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Introduction to Basketball Juan Nieves Rowan University Glassboro NJ What do you know about basketball? What are the different ways that you can pass a basketball? How many players can be on the court at one time for one team? Can basketball be played year round? History of basketball

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Introduction to Basketball

Juan Nieves

Rowan University

Glassboro NJ


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What do you know about basketball?

  • What are the different ways that you can pass a basketball?

  • How many players can be on the court at one time for one team?

  • Can basketball be played year round?


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History of basketball

  • Dr. James Naismith is known world-wide as the inventor of basketball.

  • Basketball was founded in Springfield, Massachusetts, USA in 1891.

  • He devised a set of thirteen rules of basketball.


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Learn the lingo

Key Terms

  • Dribbling – Bouncing the ball with one hand using your fingertips instead of your palm so that it rebounds back to yourself. (the only way to move with the ball)

  • Passing - Moving the ball by throwing, bouncing, handing, or rolling it to another player.

  • Shooting- Throwing the ball to make a basket.

  • Rebounding- The recovering of a shot that bounces off the backboard or the rim.


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What Did he Say again?

More Terms

  • Air ball - a shot that completely misses the rim and the backboard.

  • Assist- a pass to a teammate who then scores a field goal

  • Defense- the team without the ball trying to stop the other team with the ball from scoring they are called offense.

  • Fast break -dribbling or passing the ball towards your basket before the defense can set up.

  • Turn over - any loss of the ball without a shot being taken.


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Basketball Skills

  • Dribbling

  • One hand

  • Crossover

  • Passing

  • Chest

  • Bounce

  • Overhead

  • Lob


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Basketball Skills

  • Shooting skills

  • Lay up

  • Jump shot

  • Foul shot

  • 3-point shot

3 points for ME

I made a Foul Shot!


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Scoring

  • 2 point field goal - a shot made from anywhere during play inside the 3pt arc.

  • 3 point field goal - a shot made from any where outside the 3pt arc.

  • Free throw - 1 point is awarded to an unguarded shot taken from behind the free throw line while the clock is stopped.


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Activity's we will play

  • Dribbling relays

  • Passing relays

    • Bounce pass

    • Chest

  • Shooting games

    • Horse

    • Around the World

    • Beat The clock

    • Foul shots

    • 3-pt shots

    • 2 on 2 & 4 on 4 Pick up Games


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Matching

What Kind Of Pass is Being shown in the animation below?

(a) Chest pass (b) Bounce pass (c) Baseball pass (d) over head pass


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Matching

(a) Chest pass (b) Bounce pass (c) Baseball pass (d) Over head pass

What Kind of pass is in the animation shown below?


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Rules of Basketball

  • Traveling- moving illegally with the ball.

  • Three seconds - An offensive player remains in the key. (Free throw lane is the area under the basket) for more than 3 seconds.

  • Double Dribble- A player dribbles the ball with both hands at the same time or they stop and then start dribbling again.


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Assessment

  • What are the three skills that we went over in this lesson?

  • How many different ways can you shoot a basketball?

  • Name one professional basketball team? Also, Name one player that is on the roster?


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