Introduction to learning basic movements of playing basketball
basketball is a very interesting sport. But it's not easy to learn. Let's teach you some basic moves of playing basketball.
dribbling: dribbling is the basis of basketball. When dribbling, you should keep your feet open before and after, slightly bend your knees, tilt your upper body forward slightly, lift your head and look straight at your eyes. The non dribbling arm is bent and lifted flat to protect the ball. The range of footwork and the flexion of lower limb joints vary with the speed and height of dribbling.
passing: passing is the core of team operations. When holding the ball, the two hands and five fingers are naturally separated, and the thumb forms an eight character shape. Hold the ball behind the side above the finger root, the palm is empty, the elbows are naturally bent on the side of the body, place the ball in front of the chest, press the thumb downward, and bounce the ball with the index finger and middle finger.
shooting: shooting is an important means of basketball scoring. When shooting, whether with one hand or both hands, when holding the ball, the five fingers should naturally open and the palm should be empty. Touch the ball with the finger root and above the finger root to increase the contact area to the ball, so as to maintain the stability of the ball and control the direction of the ball.
defense: defense is to prevent the opponent from scoring. The feet are slightly wider than the shoulder, the body's center of gravity is lower, the two retreats are slightly bent, and the hands are extended. As the center of gravity is low, the body will tilt forward slightly. This defensive action advantage can comprehensively defend the opponent's attack direction and interfere with the opponent's attack.
passing: passing is the action of quickly getting rid of the opposing defender and reaching under the basket, holding the ball with both hands, taking a step to the upper right (or upper left) with the right foot (or left foot), and swinging the ball in the same direction with both hands. The action should be consistent. When you quickly step out of one foot, if the other party doesn't move, you quickly dribble in that direction.
rebounding: when shooting, a goal is scored by hitting the backboard with the ball. Usually, the angle of rebounding is small, so it is called the scrubbing basket of Duncan's early years. He catches the ball with his left waist and back and moves away from the face basket; The right exploratory step points in the middle and moves the opponent's center of gravity to the left. At this time, you can find a board wipe shot. You can walk from the opponent's right shoulder and avoid the opponent's right side.