If you were a team owner what players would you want at all key positions?
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There aren't really positions in tennis. If you are playing singles, then there isn't any. just you. i suppose if you are playing doubles you have the server who is on the base line and then the person who is either at the "hot seat" (the line that is at the end of the serving box) or at the net. So i guess that's it Well actually there are positions on a tennis team, the…
When you score in Netball, the players go back to their starting positions - the centre player of the team that just scored the goal would stand aside, and the opposing team centre player would take the ball and stand in the circle in the centre 3rd. All other players would resume their starting positions - i.e. GK and GS of both teams on their side of the court, in the semicircle, WA and WD…
In a regular game you must have 5 players on a team! the positions are 1 is point guard, 2 is a strong forward, 3 is another strong forward and may throw in the basketball. 4 is a center and 5 is a strong post player! 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. Welcome!
The purpose in having soccer positions is so that everyone on the team is organized and so that the team has the best players in their appropriate position in order to succeed. You wouldn't have a striker play goalie and you wouldn't have a defender play striker. Different people are good at different positions and although many soccer players are well rounded, a player is usually better at a specific position than all of them.
The positions in basketball are: point guard, shooting guard, small/power forward, forward, and centre. The centre and the forward are generally the tallest players on the court, and often get most of the rebounds. However, due to the dynamics of any given team, all positions have the potential to take that statistic.
Assuming players only shake hands with members of the other team and not their own team mates, there would be 11 players on one team, each of whom would shake the hands of 11 players on the other team. That makes 11*11 = 121 handshakes in all. If the players shook hands with everyone else, irrespective of which team they were on, there would be 22*21/2 = 231 handshakes.