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Total defense, partial defense and low defense 6. What are the 3 goals in fast break defense? not let them to score, guard the painting area and do not let them to keep the possession of the ball. 7. What is the difference between a ball screen and an off ball screen? The ball screen the player would block the defender passage to the other pay shoot. And the off ball screen, one player will block the defender passage but the same time turn to be open for pass 8. Name at least 3 types of screens and why we screen. Down screen, ball screen and back screen. We screen for the goal of opening a space for the offense player to shoot or does a pass 9. True or False: Your elbow should be out as far as possible when shooting. False 10. True or False: Good shooting form includes making sure your release point is below your shoulders. False 11. True or False: You know the difference between a bounce pass and a chest pass. True 12. True or False: You are allowed to pick up your dribble and dribble again as long as you take at least two steps in between dribbling, picking up your dribble, and dribbling again. False 13. True or False: Moving screens are not only legal but generally more efficient because they allow you to keep defenders off your teammate for longer periods of time. True
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14. What did you like most about this class? I liked the 21 game because it was really fun 15. What kind of offense or defense would you run if you were the coach of a basketball team? I would definitely run a man to man defense because for me is more effective and let less opening for them to shoot
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  • Fall '18
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