What are various fines in college basketball?
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Typically, there are five (5) main positions: two guards, two forwards, and a center. By rule, there is nothing that any one of these positions can do that the others cannot. But they all have traditional "roles" which they usually adhere to. They are listed below. However, note that many basketb…all coaches tend to simplify their offense by starting five players who are either wings or posts. Posts play around the basket, and usually get the ball when they're already in a position to score. Wings are ball-handlers with a better outside shooting ability, usually, or at least have the skill to take their defender off the dribble and get to the basket for a closer shot. Point Guard . Generally the shortest and fastest players in the team. They are often the best at dribbling and therefore they are often called upon to bring the ball up the court on offense while the rest of the players get into their positions. They are often the leader on the floor, calling out plays, and controlling the tempo of the game. They have the ball in their hands the most out of any position. . Point Guards are usually the shortest players. They have excellent dribbling and usually play point and on the wings. Should be a good passer and a very good dribbler. Able to use both hands evenly. Cannot be selfish. Sets up the offense. . They aren't always the smallest- Note, Michael Jordan was a guard and he was 6 feet 6 inches tall and he played the point guard position sometimes . Point guards are usually the ones that handle the ball. They bring it up and down the court and call the plays. They are essentially the quarterback of basketball. . There are two distinctly different point guards: those who are score-first, pass-second and those who are pass-first and score-second. Allen Iverson is the score-first point guard, while Steve Nash is the pass-first point guard. . Examples of a point guard: Allen Iverson, Steve Nash, Chris Paul, Mike Bibby Shooting Guard . Usually taller than the point guard. Often these players are the best shooters from longer distances. They are also expected to be very fast and need to be able to dribble well. . The back-up ball handler, usually better shooters (hence the name). . The job of the shooting guard is to get open and find a shot or find another open player to keep the ball moving. . Usually one of three types of shooting guards: The cutter and slasher, who gets dunks and layups for most of the points; The scorer, who can score in so many ways, often takes tough and contested shots; and the shooter, who love to hit jump shots. Examples of each: Kobe is a scorer, Ronnie Brewer is a slasher, and J.J. Redick is the shooter. . Example of a shooting guard: Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan, Tracy McGrady, J.J. Redick Small Forward . Vary in mold. Taller than shooting guards but not as big as power forwards, these players are often very versatile, and can either shoot well from long range or get near the basket and get rebounds, etc. . Forwards are some of smallest players on the team. Usually plays around the wing or corner and usually drives along the baseline. Should be a solid rebounder. A good runner. A hard driver and a good passer. . Very much like shooting guard, usually starts lower on court. . Example of a small forward: LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, Larry Bird Power Forward . The next biggest player. They traditionally do not stray out and shoot long shots but play near the painted area and by the basket, trying for short-range shots and layups. Good power forwards are also very good at rebounding. Recently in the NBA many power forwards have emerged and can shoot three pointers very well. . Forwards fight under the net to get open for an easy lay up. They are post players and are usually taller than the guards. . Usually larger players (hence the name); starts low with small forward. . Example of a power forward: Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett Center (Centre) . Usually the tallest and slowest players on the team. Their primary jobs are to get rebounds and score points when close the basket. They are rarely expected to dribble the ball much nor shoot from more than 15 feet away. Some centers are very dominant at scoring from in close while many others only score a handful of points per game. The best players at blocking shots on defense are often centers. . The center stays around the paint, which is the colored part of the floor around the basket. Should be a solid rebounder and a good inside shooter. . The center has to be able to move around and help move the ball and occasionally shoot. For the most part they are very helpful on defense. . The center is the biggest or strongest player, and is usually interchangeable with power forward. . Example of a center: Shaquille O'Neal. . Player positions can also be referred to by numbers: the point guard(pg) is the 1, the shooting guard(sg) is the 2 guard, the small forward(sf) is the 3, the power forward(pf)is the 4 and the center(c) is the 5. (MORE)
Answer . \nFirst of all, you need a basketball of course. You need one with good air pressure, but one that is not too compressed.\n. \nYou need to decide what kind of goal system you are looking for, e.i. moving, permanant, ect. \n. \nThen you must have a good floor. You can use any type of p…avement, but the healthiest for running and stopping abruptly is a slick polished wood. It is the easiest on the knees. \n. \nNext you need a backboard. Something the basketball will bounce off of to make it into the goal, plastic works best.\n. \nYou need a metal rim, metal so that if someone intends to swing from it, they will not break it off, immediately anyway.\n. \nYou need a net, the material used for the net is usually not that important, you just dont want your basketball to get stuck.\n. \nLast, you need a scorebaord. Something to keep track of score on. Something related to a football scoreboard.. (MORE)
Ratings Percentage Index The Rating Percentage Index (RPI) has been used by the NCAA since 1981 to supplement the selection of at-large teams and the seeding of all teams for the NCAA basketball tournament. Ratings percentage index
As of the end of the 10-11 Season Kentucky . 1. Kentucky. 2052. 2. Kansas. 2038. 3. North Carolina. 2033. 4. Duke. 1944. 5. Syracuse. 1810. 6. Temple. 1766. 7. St. John's. 1724. 8. UCLA. 1709. 9. Notre Dame. 1701. 10. Pennsylvania. 1677.
January 18, 1896 between the University of Iowa and the University of Chicago. Chicago won 15-12.
The most unbelievable comeback I ever saw was the North Carolina vs. Duke game, March 2, 1974. Carolina was down by 8 points with just 17 seconds to go in the game and came back to win. And by the way, this was before there was a 3 point shot or shot clock in college. Another incredible comeback wa…s the little-known Barton College vs. Winona State game on March 24, 2007. That Carolina-Duke game was awesome, but Barton-Winona's was compelling on myriad levels: Barton was playing in its first national championship ever against the defending national champion, Winona, which had eliminated Barton in the Elite Eight the year before. On top of that, Barton's Anthony "Ant" Atkinson had, after being kicked off the Campbell University basketball team in 2006 for academic issues, returned to his hometown of Wilson, NC, enrolled at Barton and said he was going to win a national championship for his hometown team. Barton trailed 74-67 with 45 seconds left. Atkinson then scored 10 points in the final 39 seconds, including the game-winning layup with one-tenth of a second left on the clock. The comeback was nominated for an ESPY in the "Best Finish" category and named the "second best storybook ending of the past 25 years" by NCAA Champion magazine. Today Atkinson is a fan favorite with the Harlem Globetrotters. (MORE)
Answer: Kentucky, North Carolina and Kansas . 1) Kentucky - 2023 wins 2) UNC - 2004 3) Kansas -2003 4) Duke -1912 5) Syracuse -1783 6) Temple - 1740 The schools with the most NCAA championships, as of the end of the 2009-10 season, are as follows: 1) UCLA - 11 2) Kentucky - 7 3…) North Carolina - 5 3) Indiana - 5 4) Duke -4 5) Kansas - 3 (MORE)
7th wrong. Maybe in football. Tennessee has won 1428 games in hoops, not nearly good for no 7 all time. bi
The first women's basketball game was played in 1892 at SmithCollege. It wasn't quite organized, however, as they were playingagainst YMCA teams.
When Lew Alcindor came into the NCAA he was able to absolutely dominate games with the dunk. The NCAA decided to ban the slam dunk in an effort to neutralize the effectiveness of Alcindor. The rule was not set in place to prohibit Alcindor singularly, but rather to level the playing field so that te…ams that had a big man that could dun couldn't dominate their smaller stature opponents. Once there were more athletes who could dunk coming into the NCAA the rule was lifted, as it no longer served the purpose of leveling the playing field. (MORE)
If you are accepted to college and meet the entrance requirements for the general student population, there is no reason you can't play.
Kentucky has the most wins in college basketball. because last year Kentucky was the first team to wins over 2000 basketball games in college basketball and are still adding on more wins as the years go on. not Louisville, not UNC, not even Duke.
by wins and losses, and the games they have had, that is why North Carolina is higher ranked than Memphis, cause they have a lot more harder games to play
In actuality, the longest running rivalry in College Basketballdates back more than 100 years and is between two New York CitySchools. The reason it is little known is because neither schoolcompetes in what might be referred to as major college sports. The rivalry between Pratt Institute and Cooper… Union based inBrooklyn and Greenwich Village respectively dates to the late1800's and pre-dates the existence of basketball programs at bothMinnesota and Wisconsin. (MORE)
3 point line in Men's college basketball is arc radius 20 feet 9 inches (6.32 m), no less than 4 feet 3 inches (1.30 m) from each sideline
If you don't count the playoffs, it usually last about 14 months. Then every four years there is a championship series that last 1 year and a half.
A college basketball court is usually 84 feet long. This is alsothe usual length of a high school court as well. A pro court is 94feet in length.
History will confirm that Kentucky, UCLA, North Carolina, Duke, Indiana, & Kansas traditionally have great teams. Between them they have won 32 national championships. But in any given year there may be another great team. The best this year may be an also ran next year.
29 for men's and 28.5 for women's. It's the same at all levels, not just college .
It depends on the city, state and county. Speeding fines are determined by how many mph the driver went over the posted speed limit.
Louisville, Duke, U. of North Carolina, U. of Michigan are some big basketball program colleges. but to be in the NBA you dont HAVE to do college.
Typically in younger kids games the positions are Point Guard, Wing, Wing, Post, Post. But with NBA and leagues like that, they are, Point Guard, Shooting Guard, Power Forward, Small Forward, and Center
An assist is the act of passing the ball to a player who then completes a basket.
Geneva College in Beaver Falls, PA (Suburban Pittsburgh) was the first college basketball program. April 8, 1893 they played their first game with New Brighton, YMCA. The program was founded by a James Naismith protoge named Charles O. Bemies. (http://www.basketball.org/first-college-basketball-game…/) Geneva College - 1893-94 (Played until 1943) Iowa 1893-94 ---------------------------- Hiram - 1894-95 (Played until 1904) Drexel - 1894-5 (Did not play Div 1 equiv. between 1901 and 1972) --------------------------------- Temple - 1895-1896 Bucknell - 1895-1896 Yale - 1895-1896 Minnesota - 1895-1896 Washington - 1895-1896 (not again until 1888-89) ----------------------------- Notre Dame 1896-1897 Nebraska 1896-1897 Purdue 1896-1897 Penn State 1896-1897 Butler 1896-1897 Pennsylvania - 1896-1897 ------------------------------ North Dakota State - 1897-98 (Did not play Div 1 equiv. between 1927 and 2007) ------------------------------- Kansas - 1898-99 Ohio State - 1898-99 Illinois State - 1898-99 Wisconsin - 1898-99 Michigan State - 1898-99 Syracuse - 1898-99 Cornell - 1898-99 ------------------------------ Indiana State - 1899-00 Dartmouth - 1899-00 New Mexico - 1899-00 ------------------------------- Princeton - 1900-01 Brown - 1900-01 Harvard - 1900-01 Columbia - 1900-01 Lafayette - 1900-01 Vanderbilt - 1900-01 Indiana - 1900-01 Holy Cross - 1900-01 ------------------------------ Washington State - 1901-02 Oregon State - 1901-02 Connecticut - 1901-02 Cincinnati - 1901-02 ------------------------------ Colgate - 1902-03 Oregon - 1902-03 Colorado - 1902-03 ------------------------------- Kentucky - 1903-04 Seton Hall - 1903-04 (but not again until 1908-09) ------------------------------ Northwestern - 1904-05 Arizona - 1904-05 West Virginia - 1904-05 ------------------------------ Kansas State - 1905-06 Pittsburgh - 1905-06 Illinois - 1905-06 Auburn - 1905-06 Duke - 1905-06 Georgia - 1905-06 Wake Forest - 1905-06 Virginia - 1905-06 ------------------------------ Texas - 1906-07 USC - 1906-07 Missouri - 1906-07 Rutgers - 1906-07 Wichita St. - 1906-07 ---------------------------- California - 1907-08 St. John's - 1907-08 Georgetown - 1907-08 ---------------------------- Oklahoma - 1908-09 Oklahoma State - 1908-09 Iowa State - 1908-09 ---------------------------- North Carolina - 1910-1911 ---------------------------- Louisville - 1911-12 --------------------------- North Carolina State - 1912-13 --------------------------- Stanford - 1913-14 ---------------------------- Michigan - 1917-1918 ---------------------------- UCLA - 1919-20 ----------------------------- Florida - 1920-21 ---------------------------- Arkansas - 1923-24 -first public basketball game was played on March 11, 1892 at the Springfield YMCA Training School between students and faculty, students won 5-1. -first basketball game reported between two colleges was played on February 9th, 1895, when the Minnesota State School of Agriculture (which is now the University of Minnesota, St. Paul campus) beat the Hamline College Porkers by a score of 9 to 3 -first recognized intercollegiate game with five players on each team,on January 16th, 1896, University of Chicago defeated University of Iowa 15 to 12 -first official intercollegiate game, on December 10th, 1896, Wesleyan University defeated Yale, 4-3 (MORE)
The limit of fouls is 4. If you get a 5th foul you will get fouledout and cannot play.
29.5 for men's and 28.5 for women's. It's the same at all levels, not just college .
UConn Huskies!!. You can't definitavley say who's the best, but in the past, University of Connecticut, University of Tennesee, LSU, and Standford, and Duke ( and some others) have all been powerhouses.
Based on championships they have won the top 6 with wins in parentheses are: . Tennessee (8) . Connecticut (7) . Louisiana Tech. (2) . Stanford (2) . USC (2) . Baylor (2)
On February 9, 1895 The first intercollegiate 5-on-5 game was played at Hamline University between Hamline and the School of Agriculture which was affiliated with University of Minnesota. The School of Agriculture won in a 9-3 game.
Ratings Percentage Index (RPI) It ranks teams on wins and losses and strength of schedule.
There are many college basketball polls. The main ones are. AP USA Today RPI Coaches Poll
A College basketball recruiting coach is a designated coach in charge of bringing b-ball players into the college or university programs...He/She will attend high school games throughout the year trying to engage and talk to young athletes about their programs. Usually the college basketball recruit…ing coaches are all members of the college or university basketball staff. (MORE)
It depends on what you mean by "prestigious." If you want to talk only national titles then UCLA would have to be #1. Or most wins then Kentucky would be #1. If you're talking about history, tradition, and consistent success for over a century then Kansas would be #1. Considering all of the abov…e, here is a rough and very debatable list of the most prestigious college basketball programs: 1. Kentucky (7 titles, winningest program, Adolph Rupp) 2. Kansas (3 titles, James Naismith, Phog Allen, Wilt Chamberlain) 3. North Carolina (5 titles, Michael Jordan, Dean Smith) 4. UCLA (11 titles, John Wooden) 5. Indiana (5 titles, Bob Knight, Isaiah Thomas) 6. Duke (3 titles, Coach K) (MORE)
If you're not recruited and offered a scholarship, get ahold of the coaching staff at your school and talk about trying out as a walk-on. You'll have the opportunity to make the team if they think you're good enough, but you most likely won't get a scholarship the first year, if at all.
The duties of a college basketball manager will vary from team to team. Some of the duties could include: handling/ordering equipment and gear, filming practice and games, rebounding and helping with drills in practice, scout team for practice, handling water/towels on bench during practice and/or …games, video editing, recruiting mail-out programs, working summer camps, among other things (MORE)
College players are not suppose to receive revenue for playing ball. However perhaps some are secretly being payed "under the table" illegally by boosters. If they are caught they will be kicked out.
no, I have been doing research and it looks like there will not be any college basketball games coming out for the psp. I really wanted ncaa basketball also.
no not that i no of i have been wondering the same thing for a long time if u find one tell me
In college basketball, SOS means 'Strength of Schedule.' This basically means that, using formulas that the NCAA uses (national ranking, RPI, where they played etc.), how good were the opponents that a team played during the season.
Yes, you can get a college scholarship for college basketball. You will need to be quite good and recognized in your school and district to attract schools to offer you a scholarship. It also helps if you school's team is good so they will gain more attention. http://www.oppapers.com/search_results….php?action=search&query=college+basketball (MORE)
It depends. Currently? UCONN won the most recent championship. Kentucky is has had the best recruiting classes the past few years. Ohio State had the best record this year. Historically? UCLA has the most championships. Kentucky has the most wins. Kansas is the only school to be coached by the inv…entor of the game. Duke has the coach with the most wins. Generally, there is a club of "blue blood" schools that are deemed the best. This list includes Kentucky, Kansas, North Carolina, UCLA, Indiana, and Duke. There is some discussion recently as to whether other schools such as Syracuse or UCONN should be added to the list. There is no consensus though. (MORE)
It depends if you are looking for the education, or playing/coaching. It varies from everyone's perspective.
Yes, basketball is played in college. This is called college basketball. There are multiple conferences in which the teams play in (i.e. ACC, Pac-10, Big 12, etc.). At the end of the season, the top ranked teams go head-to-head in a giant playoff system called "March Madness."
1.University of Illinois 2.University of Wisconsin-Whitewater 3.University of Texas at Arlington 4.University of Alabama 5.Edinboro University of Pennsylvania 6.University of Missouri 7.Southwest Minnesota State University
You will get an answered based on the fans support. The best this year may be an also ran next year. But there are perennial powers that are great year after year. UK, Duke, NC, Kansas, UCLA, Syracuse, just to name a few.
There are two 20 minute halves in college basketball. If the game ends in a tie, there is an extra 5 minute overtime. They will continue the 5 minute overtimes until someone is leading when the final buzzer sounds.
dunking is the beauty of basketball.... y should it be illegal ?? No,it is not illegal nd im a point gaurd nd sometimes center ...... (swingman) .
Danny Manning, the head coach at Tulsa University, and WayneTinkle, the head coach at Oregon State University, are both listedat 6-foot-10.
Central Michigan University . University of Michigan . Michigan State University . Grand Valley State University . Marquette University . Western Michigan University . Eastern Michigan University . Ohio State University . Harvard University . Yale University . University of Miami . Florid…a State University . Ball State University . Southern Illinois University . Oklahoma State University . Texas A&M . University of Tennessee . University of Colorado . USC . Brigham Young University . etc. (MORE)
Referees are allowing players to play tougher defense. Hand checking is rarely called even though it goes on all the time. Players today seem to be poor free-throw shooters and poor outside shooters. .