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JOSE MANUEL SEDEÑO NARANJO

BASKETBALL

TECHNICAL GESTURES

PASSING

The pass consists of passing the ball to a teammate using different types of passes; such as: chest pass (two hands), push pass (one hand), bounce pass, overhead pass, passing lanes, and pass fakes. This is one of the ways to get to your opponent basket.

CHEST PASS

This pass is the safest and easiest to make. To perform it, we bring the ball up to chest level with our arms as close to the body as possible, then extend the arms in a straight line and push the ball with the wrists, keeping the hands with the fingers pointing downward as well as the palms or forward and the palms facing outward. We accompany this arm movement with a step, thus obtaining more force.

OVERHEAD PASS

Placing both hands on the sides of the ball, extend your arms over your head with the ball and throw forward, with a follow through. This type of pass is typically used as an outlet pass.

BOUNCE PASS

The ball bounces on the floor, typically midway between the passer and receiving player. Used effectively when defenders have their hands in the air.

SHOOTING

Shooting is the most important skill in basketball. A large part of shooting is mental attitude. In addition to shooting skill, you must have confidence in yourself to shoot well.

A shot with one or both hands in which a player leaps into the air and shoots the ball at the basket at the moment of reaching the highest point of the leap.

JUMP SHOT

LAYUP SHOT

It is a two-point shot attempt made by leaping from below, laying the ball up near the basket, and using one hand to bounce it off the backboard and into the basket.

FADEAWAY SHOT

It is a jump shot taken while jumping backwards, away from the basket. The goal is to create space between the shooter and the defender, making the shot much harder to block.

DRIBBLING

A dribble is movement of the ball, caused by a player in control, who throws or taps the ball to the floor. The dribble ends when the dribbler touches the ball simultaneously with both hands.

CROSSOVER DRIBBLE

A crossover dribble is a basketball maneuver in which a player dribbling the ball switches the ball rapidly from one hand to the other, to make a change in direction.

It consists of moving the ball from one hand to the other hand by bouncing it behind one's back. This dribble is frequently used when a basic crossover dribble could be stolen.

BEHIND THE BACK DRIBBLE

SPIN DRIBBLE

It is a technique used to change direction and, when done correctly, protects the ball from the defender by keeping the dribbler's body between the defender and the ball. The footwork on a reverse spin dribble is simply a reverse pivot.

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