Six man offense in Baskeball refers to the first player that comes off the bench as a substitute. If your six man offense is strong then that player is usually very well adapt at playing more than one specific postion. And can therefore help out his team in a variety of ways without losing to much talent when you take out one of your starters.
Offense is when a team possesses the basketball.
Offense means the team with the ball is on offense. And the team without the ball is on defense.
It is an offense in basketball that the Los Angeles Lakers run. To find out more go to http://coachingbetterbball.blogspot.com/2008/01/lakers-triangle-offense-re-visited.html
in basketball, there aren't offense players and defense player. everybody on the team knows how to play offense and defense
Hank Fengler has written: 'Winning basketball with the one-guard offense' -- subject(s): Basketball, Offense
a number of basketball plays which are presented by an animation
The point guard is responsible for running the offense.
5 people on offense and 5 people on defense.
The point guard.
James Cathcart has written: 'A multiple-continuous offense for high school basketball' -- subject(s): Basketball, Offense
Frank McGuire has written: 'Team basketball: offense and defense' -- subject(s): Basketball, Coaching, Defense, Offense 'Chelsea'
man to man offense is where you guard a specific person. this term is known in mostly all sports.
There are six players on a volleyball team and five on a basketball team so six is to volleyball as five is to basketball
The basic rules of basketball is violation, double dribble, offense, and defense. They are containing with basketball.
The sidelines in basketball mark the out of bounds mark. If you cross it and you are on offense you turn the ball over.
the answer you are looking for is called travelling
No. You can only do it on offense.
it means offense
Duane Ford has written: 'The area key offense' -- subject(s): Basketball, Offense
Shooter, passer, basketball, timeout, refs, defender, defense, offense, scorer, etc.
Bob Ociepka has written: 'Basketball playbook' -- subject(s): Basketball, Coaching, National Basketball Association, Offense
they dribble down the court and try to score