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…and championships both through FIBA’s YouTube channel and also FIBA’s partner www.livebasketball.tv. 2 Review trends evident at the Olympics and World Championships. In addition to watching games, FIBA has a statistical analysis prepared from each tournament and also “scouting” reports on each of the teams. This information can be accessed…

…more and more countries are ratifying the UNESCO International Convention against Doping in Sport, FIBA’s cooperation with its own National Federations and the National Anti-Doping Organizations in these matters has been constantly reinforced. The Medical Corner on FIBA’s website (www.fiba.com) is a very helpful tool for communication and cooperation with…

…Further information on supplements and sports foods can be found at www.ausport/ais/nutrition/supplements or by consultation with an accredited sports nutrition expert. Additional Resources Additional facts on sports nutrition can be found at: Australian Institute of Sport, Sports Nutrition Sports Dietitians Australia “The Complete guide to food for sports performance” 3rd…

Below is an example of an “off-season” programme that could be given to junior athletes. It is a generic programme, and is not tailored to any particular athlete. This is not provided as a “definitive” programme that coaches must follow and instead is provided as an example. Coaches are…

Advanced CLOSING-OUT When players are first introduced to the skill of “closing-out”, the key principle is for them to get into a good defensive position to guard their opponent as they catch the ball. Typically, they should be within arm’s length however they must be balanced to ensure that…

What is the Athlete’s Mindset Involvement in sport is widely regarded as having many benefits, particularly for young people. In addition to health benefits that may flow from involvement in sport, junior sport participation can have many important social benefits such as developing life skills (e.g. communication, concentration, commitment)…

Initially, we teach players how to defend a drive from the wing to the baseline, and we also instruct players to force the offensive player to the baseline. However, just as common is penetration through the top of the key, either: from the wing; from the top of the…

Too often with junior teams one player steps into a post position and then stays there throughout the offence, and this is repeated time and time again. All players must be introduced to basic principles of post play and should be encouraged to look for opportunities to play in…

Based on the Scout Once a team has a good understanding of fundamental skills (both team and individual), it may be possible to alter your game plan in response to how you expect an opponent to play. Sometimes, you may have prepared more than one way of playing (e.g….

Introducing Post Players The Receivers’ Principles also provide an offensive framework with post players, whether the offence has one post player (“4 Out, 1 In”) or two post players (“3 Out, 2 In”). “4 Out, I in” Principles With dribble penetration to the top of the keyway, a low…

Dribble Hand Off Dribble hand offs are increasingly part of a team’s offensive scheme both as a pressure release (e.g. when the ball cannot be passed to the wing, the player will dribble towards the wing and “hand off”) and also as an aggressive offensive move. The dribbler moves…

There are a number of alignments that can be used in zone defence, however, it is recommended that players are initially taught a 2-1-2 or 2-3 alignment. The reasons for preferring these alignments are: 1. They are very simple and players can learn the basic movements (“zone slides”) quickly;…

Full Court Trapping The key to a successful full court “trap” is that players act decisively and aggressively. They are unlikely to make the right decision all the time, but if they communicate well and move with purpose they are likely to be successful. A full court “trap” is…

net). Have athlete stand in front of a wall and shoot to hit a particular point on the wall: To broaden stance: May need to practice stopping in a broad stance. Start with ball spin it to themselves, and step forward to catch it. Catch in the air and land…

Forward Spin from Low Post The forward spin from the low post is used where the defender is playing behind but close to the offensive player. The offensive player may fake to the middle (keeping their feet still) and then, pivoting on their baseline foot, quickly spin past the…

Increasingly teams include the 3 point shot as a specific aspect of their offensive play, including taking 3 point shots in transition. This tends to increase the tempo of the game and often requires each player in a team to be able to shoot from this range. Whilst it…

Secondary Break (Offensive Transition) The initial intent of a “fast break” is to get an open lay-up or a situation of advantage (such as 2v1 or 3v2) leading to a high percentage shot. A “secondary break” is how a team moves into half court offence if they were unable…

Cutting off Staggered Screens A “Staggered Screen” is where two offensive players set a screen for the one cutter. With a “double screen” the two players stand next to each other, with a “staggered screen” the offensive players are progressively in the path which the cutter intends to cut…

Commonly, teams are setting early on-ball screens for guards to create action from the middle of the court. Sets should not be “terminal” and need to lead to other action. Screener must have ability to roll/dive to the basket, flare and make plays off the dribble. “Middle Pick and…

Moving Help Defender In many situations basketball is not a 1v1 contest, with “help” defence designed to place added pressure on the offensive players (before they make any move) and to also provide help to a defensive team mate. Whether the defensive is double teaming, switching or rotating the…

In “motion offence”, offensive players need to “read” the defence rather than moving based upon a pre-determined set offence. Coaches should guide players in understanding the key criteria for making decisions – what makes a decision good or bad? For example, in a 2 on 1 situation the player…

Trap First Pass A trap can also be used to attempt to double team the ball in the front court – in particular to double team the first pass. x1 defends the dribbler and attempts to make them pass the ball. x2 and x3 deny players in the middle…

Team Defence Against On Ball Screens Defensive help is crucial to successfully defending screens, particularly with the advanced offensive skills that many players have. With an on-ball screen, it is important that the two defenders directly involved in the screen are coordinated as to how they will defend the…

“Push” – Defending the On Ball Screen Initially players are taught various methods to guard the on-ball screen: “Over”; “Under”; “Through”; “Switch”; “Doubles”. To this, we add “Push” (or “Ice”), which is where the defenders attempt to force the ball handler to dribble away from the screen. As the…

Creating an Advantage There are many highly skilled players who literally seem to have the ball “on a string” but who lack the ability to beat their opponent. Whether it is getting open to receive a pass, avoiding a defender’s “block out” in order to get an offensive rebound…

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