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Structures & Strategies. Identification of Strengths and Weaknesses. Roles and Relationships The success of any strategy will depend on effective performance of individuals. It’s essential each player has a clear picture of their performance in a number of key areas.

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Structures strategies

Structures & Strategies


Identification of strengths and weaknesses

Identification of Strengths and Weaknesses

Roles and Relationships

  • The success of any strategy will depend on effective performance of individuals. It’s essential each player has a clear picture of their performance in a number of key areas.

  • For example, you should possess many of the role related technical skills necessary to play a particular position effectively.


Roles relationships

Roles & Relationships

  • You should also possess the appropriate physical and mental skills for meeting the specific positional responsibilities.

  • Additionally, you must demonstrate good teamwork and recognise how your role relates to your team mates .

  • Each player has a specific role to perform with different responsibilities when in offence and defence.


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Roles & Relationships

  • They have to work co-operatively with each other to ensure that their strategy is effective.

  • For example, the player bringing the ball up the middle on a fast break, must move the ball quickly and safely up the court, communicate with team mates, play the correct pass at correct time and then support the attack.


Question

Question

  • Discuss what you feel to be your personal strengths and weaknesses when performing the fast break as a guard or a centre in relation to roles and relationships. (4)

  • Write 50 – 100 words


Positions

Positions

  • Guards

  • Centre

  • Forwards


Guards

Guards

  • Usually smallest in team

  • Quickest players in team

  • Excellent ball handling skills

  • Have good long range shooting ability

  • Have vision and creativity to play the most suitable pass at the correct time

  • Control tempo of the game and set up the majority of offences


Forwards

Forwards

  • Taller players in team

  • Have high upper body strength

  • Excellent rebounding skills

  • Have good close range shooting ability

  • High C.V. Endurance to go from basket to basket (defence to offence)


Centre

Centre

  • Tallest player in team

  • Excellent defensive/ blocking skills

  • Excellent rebounding skills

  • Have good close range shooting ability

  • High C.V. Endurance to go from basket to basket (defence to offence)


Question1

Question

  • What position do you feel would best suit you, and why?

    • Give examples of the strengths you could bring to your team when playing in that role. (4)

  • Write 50 – 100 words


Tactics

Tactics

  • As part of your game plan, you will include the use of tactics. 'Tactics' are quite simply the variations of play used within a strategy.

  • The overall aim of a tactic is to play to your individual strengths whilst attempting to exploit your opponents’ weaknesses.


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Tactics

  • Tactics offer variation in play and are often well rehearsed during practice sessions. This is important for a number of reasons:

    • it consolidates the role that each player has to perform

    • it ensures an almost 'automatic' performance

    • it enables variations within the same tactic to be used should a change

    • or adaptation be required.


Homework 05 09 11

Homework – 05/09/11

  • Make sure you are familiar with

    • Workbook p2-13.

  • Choose an attacking strategy you have started to develop in Basketball. Describe that attacking strategy (4).


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