Fight over the top – when screened or pinched, you must fight through it. Deny the ball – to the offensive player (s) who is one pass away. "Dead" – Dead-Dead is a verbal cue that the offense has given up its dribble. At this point everyone must deny their player the ball.
Here are 10 Keys to a Great Defensive Stance: Fronts of the Feet - A little more than half of your weight should be distributed to the fronts or balls of your feet. Heel should still be in contact with the ground. Stable Base & Feet Straight Ahead - Your feet should be pointing straight ahead.
SKILL CUES Guarding 1. The primary purpose of guarding is to keep the opponent from scoring. 2. The cardinal rule of guarding is to stay between the person being guarded and the basket. 3. The proper defensive stance is a forward back-stride position (dominant foot forward and non-dominant foot back), while bending forward at the
The on-ball defender may also shout one of these help phrases to indicate that they need help. Calling help earlier is meant to cause the response of the off-the-ball defenders (those not guarding the ball directly) to be fast in response. “Split line” – Another common cue is the phrase “split line.”.
6-8. Feet in athletic position (shoulder width apart) Arms spread out wide and hands up with palms facing the offensive player (make your self BIG) Keep your back straight. Knees bent. Use the locomotor skill of 'sliding' to move around. Submitted by Dusty Beck who teaches at Beebe Middle School in Beebe, AR.
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Your hips should be low while your chest is up with your eyes forward on the offensive player. Your weight should also be on the balls of your feet, not your heels. Extend one hand to discourage the ball handler from performing a crossover. If the ball is on the player’s right side, use your right hand.
Here are 5 of the most common phrases players should communicate on basketball defense: 1. “Ball, ball ball” – Used by the defender guarding the basketball. 2. “Deny, deny, deny” – Use by the defender one-pass away denying their opponent. 3.
The 4 Basketball Stations ( available here and included in pack at the bottom of this post): Dribbling – Fingerpads, eyes up, waist level. Passing – Step and Push. Shooting – BEEF (Balance, Eyes, Elbow, Followthrough) Student Choice of Dribble, Pass or Shoot (Also where I pull kids for the verbal quiz) Instagram. thepespecialist.