Slide3Basketball , in teams of five players played by hand and the ball, the height of the circle is called 3.05 meters by trying to win by passing the ball through the circle. It is a type of sport that is popular all over the world. It was first played by James Naismith in 1891. James Naismith's basketball is thought to be inspired by the Mayas tribe's tlahiotenie game. A I R Basketball
Slide4Basketball was held in 1891 by James Naismith, a physical education teacher at the Springfield Young Men's Association (YMCA) School of Education in Massachusetts, USA.Developed in order to train athletes and baseball players in winter, the aim of the game was to introduce the ball into wooden baskets. In the form of the first play, it was played on three circuits of 20 minutes between two teams of 7 people. The main goal of the game is to create baskets, Dr. This game by Naismith "basketball", meaning " basketball " is named.
Slide5Basketball Basketball, which is important in terms of physical and spiritual development of children, is also effective in individual and social development as it is a team game. Shortly after it took place, basketball exceeded the YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association) and spread to all schools, universities and even to the gymnasiums in the districts. Young people in this sport, and the excitement of the excitement of the clubs to open the branches of basketball and forced to establish teams, so that basketball, America's most popular national game has become.
Slide7Basketball History Encounters started to be made in the Far East since 1913. Thus, in a few years, this game has spread rapidly to all the countries of the world, especially Canada, France, England, Australia, China and India, and the inter- university encounters in the large sports fields especially in big cities have made significant contributions to the spread of basketball as the sport of sport.The International Amateur Basketball Federation was created in cooperation with Swiss, Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Argentine, Romanian and Czechoslovakian basketball federations in Geneva, Switzerland on June 20, 1932, in order to manage international encounters. Every four years, the FIBA meets in the city where the Olympic Games are held and makes the necessary rules changes to make basketball more attractive.
Slide8The European Basketball Championship started in 1935 and is held every 2 years. As an amateur sport, basketball was first included in the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin. The Men's World Championship, which started in 1951, was followed in 1953 by the Women's World Championships. The European League started in 1995-96 season. A I R Basketball History
Slide91 Area Basketball is mostly played in the indoor hall. The rectangular base of the basketball is made of hard wood. Although the size of the area varies, it is 28 mx 15 m according to FIBA standards. the play field is divided two by Centerline. In the middle of this line, a circle is called a circle. A basket is located on the short side lines of the basketball field. The ladle is 1.2 meters from the edge line and has a size of 1.8 mx 1,2 m and is mostly used for glass white plastic in the panels. The basket consists of an iron hoop with a diameter of 45 cm and a white net with an open bottom. The basketball is played by hand and the ball is thrown from the top to the circle and passes through the net. The circumference of the basketball ball is approximately 75-78 cm,
Slide102 Rules ●Basketball events are managed by three referees. Visiting team has the right to choose the field. Field change is made after the 2nd circuit. The game starts with an air throw between the players of each team on the midfield line. Air throw players, the ball with the only goal of the goal is to bring to the teammates. ●The game consists of four periods of 10 minutes each. Overtime is played in case of a draw. Each team has two breaks in the first three periods and in the extension period for 1 minute and four periods. Between the second and the third period is given between 15 minutes. There are 2 minutes break between other periods.
Slide11Rules ●The attacking team must leave its own pitch within 8 seconds, complete the offense within 24 seconds, otherwise the right to use the ball goes to the opposing team. ●The player has the right to roll, dribble, smash and throw. If a player stops the ball while holding the ball, he does not have the chance to dribble again; the ball is in the direction and the person has to throw or pass. ●Each team consists of 5 people and the teams are entitled to an unlimited substitution.If the fouls are not completed, each player may be back in the game. One of the five players in a team is in the middle, two in the defense and two in the attack. 3
Slide12Rules ●Unless stopped by the referee, the game will continue if the ball returns from the basket or the hoop. In addition, the game continues, even if the player moves the ball inside, even if the ball goes outside the field line without touching the outside of the game lines, unless the player touches the outside of the lines defining the pitch. ●After each shot or after the referee's whistle, the game and play time will stop. The number of the team that eats behind the pot behind the back of the game with both the time and the game starts again. According to other situations in the game, the referee's place, the ball is put into play. 4
Slide135 ●Each successful shot made through the three-point line is counted as two numbers, each successful shot from the three-point line is counted as three. Successful free throws due to fouls or rule violations are considered as a number. ●Players are penalized in two cases: 1.Individual rules violations, 2.Foul cases. Rule violation or error (incorrect walking, ball outside the line, the attacker stands for more than three seconds in the section of the bottom of the pot, etc.) gives the right to use the ball against the team.Individual fouls (pushing, pulling, hitting, holding, etc.) made the player get a foul penalty and the opponent takes the ball into the game or wins a free throw. Rules
Slide14●The number of free throws varies according to the time, place and type of foul play. If there is a foul in the two-point field and the shot has not been scored, the team that makes the shot is given two free throws. If there is no foul in the three-shot field and the shot has not been scored, the team that makes the shot is given three free throws. If the shot has been scored, a free throw is granted. If a team has crossed the ya team foul fa limit on a circuit and fouls outside the shooting area, the foul player is given two free throws. In technical fouls (delaying the game, off-gentle conduct, objection to the referee, etc.), two free throws are granted. If the foul took place with a harsh intervention, the referee may give the player a penalty for throwing away the game. Rules 6
Slide15Field measurements The dimensions of the area vary, but the ideal dimensions are 28 mx 15 m. the play field is divided two by Centerline. In the middle of this line, a circle is called a circle. A basket is located on the short side lines of the basketball field. The ladle is 1.2 meters from the edge line and is a sheet metal with a size of 1,8 mx 1,2 m . There is a basket on the pot, 3.05 meters above the ground. The basket consists of an iron hoop with a diameter of 45 cm and a white net with an open bottom. The basketball is played by hand and the ball is thrown from the top to the circle and passes through the net. The circumference of the ball is approximately 75-78 cm and its weight is 600-650 grams.
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