How to Play Basketball For Beginners

Created in 1891 by James Naismith, the basketball was intended to create busy students around the winter. The first game consists of throwing the ball into the fishing net which is then linked to the balustrade: if the shot is successful, then the ball is picked up with a long stick. Since then, water has been flowing under the bridge and sport has grown, offering men like Jordan, Shaq, Kobe or LeBron an almost endless celebrity. Basketball has become among the highly entertaining, motivating, and unique sports in the world and that’s why you can learn the basic rules and abilities to play it yourself.

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You will need a ball and a basket to play: the ball must be of a size fit to the net to the point that it can cross without being closed and the basket should be installed at a reasonable elevation without being able to reach. Legitimate materials required by the basketball provisions are listed below, but at first the sport followed the philosophy of “Do what we have”. After all, the first basket is a simple fish basket attached to the fence. If we can not get a proper basket of names, then use empty boxes, football or anything else that can do the trick. [1]
There are four sizes available for balloons: for teenagers, for turns and for adult males or females. Made of rubber and synthetic leather, they can be found throughout the specialty stores of sports equipment: it’s up to us to catch a ball that you can hold without straining your wrists. You can also borrow from the majority of fitness centers, youth centers, or where you exercise.
The rule is the basket is 45.7 cm in diameter and affixed to Plexiglas so that the balloon can bounce back. Although an official basketball court requires a basket at each end of the field, which is often 94 feet in size, you can be satisfied solely with a basket on half of the field to play alone or with friends with informal techniques.

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Form two teams. In the official game, there are two teams five players. If we often chase a team of three people in half the pits, no matter how few people we have with you around you can have the same number of players per team. The rules for redundant team play belong to the last element.

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Mark by passing the ball through the basket. An attacking player can score between one and three points with one ball, depending on where he is firing. [2]
There is a “three-point line” that extends half the circle for 6.1 m from the goal: if a player is unique beyond that line, then his goal is worth an extra point. On the other hand, once inside half of this circle, the goal is worth two points.
The free kick is worth a point and should be pulled from the line for a free kick, which is 4.6 m from the goal. Players are allowed between one to three free kicks in the event of a foul on the shooting attempt or if the opposing team has collected too few infringements on their side.

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Go forward with the ball with dribbling or passing. Once the ball is in the hand, we have a number of options: keep silent and spin on one foot, or forward with the ball by dribbling, in other words by reflecting it without stopping on the ground. If we are stationary, between your legs must remain silent while the different can rotate and wake up, the time to shoot or move to another player: who says, when your feet will touch the ground, you must have to get rid of the ball.
When we start dribbling, you do not stop doing it unless you have to move to another player, shoot or stop taking time to rotate. You must know that if you continue your civilization by dribbling when you have just stopped doing it, it is felt as a mistake called a “double dribel.” Also avoid creating “more or less dribbling”, ie scooping the ball by passing our hands down, and then dribbling by turning the ball to the ground. You can learn to dribble correctly in the next element.
If you want to shoot, we can scoop the ball and pick two stages without dribbling before firing or forwarding to another player. If you do more than two steps, it will be a mistake, like stopping after dribble can not be followed by these two stages without being sanctioned.

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1Take a good posture. If we have the ball in your hand when attacking, try to pick up not much lower position to guard and control your opponent’s ball when dribbling. The ideal position is to sit in a slightly curved position, knees bent and shoulders tucked, a good position at the tip of the toe.
Try your lesson, jump the ball with each hand, juggle between your right and left hands to cultivate yourself with the movement and response of your limbs, to crouch and show our hips to the basket.

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Bounce the ball with your fingertips. For more control of our ball safely, it is urgent to learn to dribble with your fingertips and not with your palms. Beginning basketball players often make the mistake of controlling the ball with the palm of the hand instead of pushing it with your fingertips. With not much practice, you’ll soon be able to measure and adjust your strength around dribbling.
Start by bouncing the ball straight up, then bend the wrist while guarding our elbows perpendicular to our hips by moving them as little as possible. Dribbling is actually a wrist affair.
Make sure that the ball is floating well or may not bounce properly: it should not hesitate to inflate slightly if necessary.

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Keep the ball in the middle of your body. Indeed, it is rather difficult for a beginner to control the ball well and some major obstacles do so without gouging out his view. With low dribbling, we will be guarding a relatively comfortable control. On the other hand, if the ball bounces too high, it will be easier to reach your opponent: try to stay tall and not taller.

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Keep your head high: this is an urgent point that requires all coaches. It is important to guard our heads and watch around, instead of monitoring the ball. A good player can watch their teammates, their opponents and place the basket at the same time. If you can dribble without watching the ball then your skills will be improved: it will be easier for you to know where to turn and who should pass the ball if you do not guard our eyes fixed on him.
Keep a low position to avoid losing control of the ball: our opponents will not only have more trouble stealing your ball, but you will also avoid losing your dribel.

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Once ready, start moving: basketball should not be a sport that does not move so try to master dribbling while moving. Start by going at an easy pace, then after mastering, moving to a faster speed, running for example and working on even a few short sprints. The important thing should not be fast, but to control your ball.
Install cones or chairs on the field and practice dribbling near them at 8: try to go as fast as we can, but keep control of the ball. Keep your position low, keep your head up and concentrating to control your dribbling motion.

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Practice guiding with both hands. In the beginning, it will be not uncommon to be easier to dribble with one hand, especially with the hand you use to write. Unless you are solely on one side of the field, which will make us a perfectly predictable player, you must improve your skills with the ball.
Learn the basics with your influential hands, but try to practice at least during each session with your weak hands. Do the same lesson, through the chairs while walking and dribbling, then speeding up the pace. Good players know the technique of using both hands.

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Practice doing many different kinds of bait. Do not believe what we are told: good bait is not rare times better than mediocre shots. Knowing the technique of making beautiful accurate passes is an urgent thing in basketball: You must know the technique of making a direct pass to our team mate rather than forcing him to run towards the ball we throw.
Operate at your chest level: take the ball with both hands on each side, as if to air. Hold at chest level, then push both hands out to send the ball to your team without the ball touching the ground. Our wrists should not touch us and should be away from you as if you were swimming.
Do a rebound pass: hold the ball with the same technique, that is, as if you were about to wipe the entire air in the room. Then throw the ball to the bounce of one of you and your teammate. Practice bounces only once and pushes yourself to your partner’s chest, one with one hand and then¬†with both

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1Being in front of the basket each time we shoot: indeed, urgent to be ahead, in other words by pointing both feet towards the basket and aligning our hips to be parallel to the goal. Your photos will be much more accurate if you adopt this position and you must follow the basic techniques to create our perfect shot.
When shooting, stop our sleigh and grab the ball with both hands before placing ourselves in front of the basket. Take a step further with one last dribble and aim our hips toward the basket in a fluid motion.

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Tap a ball in your influential hand, which you use to take notes and feel comfortable. Your elbows should be close to the hips to escort the ball comparable to the basket. Bring it closer to our chin and bend our knees in a curled position.
This is your influential hand that will take all its strength to shoot, but there is nothing to keep you from keeping the equilibrium of the ball with our other hand: gently touch the side to balance it, to understand that strength must come from your dominant hand.
To teach our hands in shooting, lie on the ground and hold the ball in the sky with your hands. Throw the ball into the air with our fingertips before rolling it into your hand to catch it.

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Position the ball in the upper element of your hand for a good shooting position: move your elbows upward, turn your wrists forward as if to reach a high-end cookie jar. Point our arms towards the basket and send the ball before our arms are really stretched, and turn back when you release it. Follow not much with your hand as you toss it, as if slipping into a cookie jar.

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By pushing your legs, jumping into the air: by hugging yourself and pushing your legs when shooting, we will gain strength. When your arms are very tense, skip a lot and stretch your legs: our jump will increase the power on the shot.
Do not jump forward, but up: this will be a beginner’s mistake. Above all, your destination is to add yourself and show the ball to the final destination and not to throw it away.
Generally, we do not create free throws by jumping and we do not have to jump to shoot. That said, it’s harder to use his arms to score, so the majority of shots are done by jumping.

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Aiming at imaginary destinations on the threshold of the ring: our first shot may be about the metal ring or the back panel: that’s fine. Instead, scoring goals in baskets is placed as high as is not so clear as this and requires minimal training. And then, it’s hard to know where to aim precisely: should you touch the red box on the panel or the top element of the circle? For some beginners, it would be easier to want a balanced piece on the basket’s threshold and viewfinder.
Most beginners are too high and this lesson will force them to lower their view to the basket itself by forcing them to concentrate on the ledge. If your shooting is too weak, change the lesson by wanting the room behind the basket, where it joins the panel: this will allow us to adjust your shot.

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Practice shooting on both sides of the basket: this is a very urgent basketball practice that is urgent to learn. The best player must master the shot in the race so as not to miss a chance, especially to find two points.
Starting from the corner of the free throw line on the side of your influential hand. Dribble to the basket and throw the ball as soon as you get to the second row: at this point, repeat the lesson above with each stage and jump when your foot is very close to the basket (if we are not left-handed, take a support on your left foot). Pental the ball on the back panel, if possible in the upper corner, to the extent of getting into the basket.
Some beginners can help themselves by wanting a link connecting their influential hands to their influential knees, to see which legs should be skipped: influential hands from this fact will produce a knee connected to it and will lead to legs that are different from support.
When we are in a low position, practice practicing shooting on the other side with our other hand. You’ll feel uncomfortable at first, but being able to shoot both sides when running will give you a chance to be a good player.

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Practicing often takes pictures and in each section of the field: this is a great way to practice while having fun. Shooting is one of the best when it’s in basketball, so it’s urgent to practice. Practice at everywhere: on the field, with a lock, by adopting an opposite angle … Dribble while teaching your shot, to the point of killing two birds with one stone. Train as often as possible, whether we are tired or not. Practice free throws: each good basketball player should be able to work on an almost automatic free throw. Practice tirelessly until the lessons are under control and our bodies respond instinctively. Do not waste your time practicing shooting three amazing points from the midfield or the NBA. Master the basic lessons and practice managing 10 opponents in front of the basket before we try to work wonders.