Basketball Vocabulary Word List (317) A) Ability, Accusation, Active, Advantage, Aggressive, Alternate, Announcement, Assist, Assistance, Athlete, Athletics, Attempt, Attendance, Attraction, Averages. B) Balance, Ball, Basketball, Battle, Benefit, Berth, Best, Body, Bones, Bounce, Breath, Breathe, Buzzer. C)
K.O. (Knockout) Kata Ha Jime. Keep The Hitter Honest. Keeper. Keepie-Uppie. Kegler. Key. Kick And Rush. Kick It Out.
The word jump shot did not originate in basketball, as it was also term for a type of shot in billiards since the middle of the 19th century. However, given the disparity between the level of popularity enjoyed by billiards and basketball, it is not surprising that the term should have come to be more identified with the latter than the former.
Glossary of basketball terms. 1. The half of the court a particular team is defending. Contrast frontcourt. 2. A team's guards. 1. Touching the ball in the backcourt after it has entered the frontcourt and was not last touched by the other team. 2. Failure to bring the ball from the backcourt into ...
-- K --Key - The rectangular area under the basket and the free-throw circle. Originally referred to as the 'key' because the lane lines were closer together than the width of the free-throw circle which gave off the appearance of a key hole.-- L --L-Cut - A cut made in the shape of an 'L'. Usually from the low block up the lane line to the elbow and then cutting out to the wing.
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K. Key Kick It Out. L. Lane Lane Violation Lay-In Layup Lock Him Up Loose Ball Loose Ball Foul Low Percentage Shot Low Post. M. Magic Number Man-To-Man Defense Match-Up Zone Defense Mid-Level Exception Mid-Range Jump Shot Motion Offense Moving Violation. N. Nellie Ball Nothing But Net. O. Offensive Foul Offensive Rebound Offensive Rebounds Per Game On The Bench One-And-Done
K. Key: The painted area that makes up the free throw lane. Also referred to as the paint. L. Lay-Up: A shot taken close to the hoop, usually when a player is moving toward the basket. M. Man-to-Man: A defensive strategy in which each player on the defensive team guards one person on the opposing team. 1; 2; 1; of; 2; NEXT Related Items
Curl Cut: Used when the defender is behind the cutter, an offensive player cuts off a screen and heads toward the basket. Cut: A quick advance by the offense toward a position to shoot or receive the ball. Cylinder: The closely guarded circular area above the basket. Dead Ball: A ball that is not "alive" or in play.
Any one individually is important. But all of them together are unbeatable.”. “You develop a team to achieve what one person cannot accomplish alone. All of us alone are weaker, by far, than if all of us are together.”. “Confidence shared is better than confidence only in yourself.”.