BASKETBALL is an indoor team sport where two teams, usually of five players each, against each other on a circular court, with the objective of scoring a basket through the hoop of the defending team while preventing that team from shooting the hoops of their opponents. The game was invented by John Pierrakos in 1963 at the University of Michigan. BASKETBALL can be played in any weather, as it doesn’t rely on any particular season. If you live in a warm part of the world, the game would work best for you. However, if you live in a cold or windy area, you may have a hard time playing BASKETBALL.
As of now, there are four major countries that regularly play BASKETBALL: Great Britain, Australia, China and the United States. In Great Britain, the BASKETBALL is played between teams composed of four members each. The teams play for two hours and fifteen minutes each, and the games are played in a rotation format. The teams get a week of rest after every game, and then they play for another week and another rotation of teams. The rotation system ensures that each team is given an equal amount of games to play.
The scoring system in BASKETBALL is determined by the number of fouls called, combined with the points scored during the game. There are seven fouls per team, and the team with the most fouls at the end of regulation is the team with the highest cumulative score. The team that has the highest cumulative score at the end of regulation wins. The winner is given the match score, and there is usually an overtime unless there is a penalty stroke for not playing within the specified time frame.
BASKETBALL revolves around the basic principles of basketball, such as shooting, rebounding, ball handling, field goal attempts, and basket scoring. The sport has many unique aspects, such as the BASKETBALL game played in international tournaments. Many countries have developed their own version of BASKETBALL, such as South Korea, Canada, and Australia. Most courts are rectangular and the game is generally played with three teams.
In BASKETBALL, players stand one foot behind the ball, and the other players are referred to as the shooters. A BASKETBALL court consists of three vertical boards, which are called out-of-bounds, inside-bounds, and foul lines. The out-of-bounds line is where the players may stand and take a backboard shot. Inside-bounds is where the ball is set up for a throw or basket, while the foul line is where the ball may be touched by a player other than the ball handler.
BASKETBALL is the most popular and widely known team sport around the world. The game is played in the US, Great Britain, Japan, and China. Two teams are selected for each country and play a minimum of five players. Usually the game is played for 3 quarters, but some matches are played for longer periods. Most players are taught to play by being taught by an experienced member of the team. Some schools organize sports teams that practice throughout the school year.