Most effective when a player can catch the defense off guard. Flex (cut) - The flex is a cross screen immediately followed by a down screen. This is a very common and effective action at all levels of basketball. Flex (offense) - The flex offense is a continuity offense requiring great spacing and smart players.
Here are the court lines & markings found on a typical basketball court: Sidelines. The ...
Court: The floor upon which the game of basketball is played. Crossover Dribble: A front-of-the-body dribble from one hand to the other. Cross Screen: A lateral advance to set up a screen. Crossover Step: A jab step, then a step in the opposite direction.
In U.S. college basketball, a game played by a particular team on an opponent's home court, or sometimes a larger venue in that opponent's home area in which the opponent controls ticket sales.
Basketball TerminologyZ. Zone offense - An offense designed to run against a zone defense. The offensive set depends on the what type of zone the defense is playing, like a 2-3, 1-3-1, etc. Zone offenses depend on players cutting into gaps and swinging the ball across court to force the defense to move. Home.
Backboard: The rectangular piece of wood or fiberglass the rim is attached to. Backdoor: An offensive action in which a player without the ball cuts behind a defender and toward the basket. Bank Shot: When a player shoots the ball and it bounces off the backboard and into the hoop.
Your " fore-court " is the half-court with your basket, and the " back-court " is the half-court with the opponent's basket. Once a team gets possession of the ball, it has 10 seconds to get the ball across the half-court line into its fore-court.
Timeout: A break in a basketball game. Top of the key: The area at the top of the lane, just beyond the free-throw line. Triple-double: When a player surpasses double digits in three statistical categories. Weakside: In the half-court, the side of the court opposite the ball.