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5 Written questions
1. when the ball handler takes too many steps without dribbling; also called walking.
2. the subsitute basketball players
3. the line 15' from the backboard and parallel to the end line from which basketball players shoot free-throws.
4. A pass high above the basketball rim that allows a player to catch and slam dunk or drop in the ball in one
motion.
5. an offensive fould which occurs when an offensive basketball player runs into a defender who has established
position

5 Matching questions
1.

Offense

2.

Zone Defense

3.

Court

4.

Chest Pass

5.
Turnover
a when the offense loses possession through its own fault by passing the basketball out of bounds or committing a

floor violation.
2. b a defense where each defender is responsible for an area of the court and must guard any player who enters that
area.
3. c the area bounded by 2 sidelines and 2 end lines containing a basket at each end in which a basketball game is
played
4. d the team with possession of the basketball
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e the basketball is passed directly from the passer's chest to the receiver's chest. This has the advantage that it takes
the least time to complete, as the passer tries to pass as directly straight as possible.

5 Multiple choice questions


1. contact between basketball players that may result in injury or provide one team with an unfair advantage;
players may not push, hold, trip, hack, elbow, restrain or charge into an opponent.
a.

Personal Foul

b.

Field Goal

c.

Foul Line

d.

End Line

2. A basketball shot that misses everything; net, backboard, and rim.


.

Dribbling
a.

Airball -

b.

Forwards

c.

Jump Ball

3. a clock that limits the time a team with the basketball has to shoot it to a given amount of time.
.

Chest Pass
a.

Fast Break

b.

Foul Line

c.

Shot Clock

4. a basketball play that begins with a defensive rebound by a player who immediately sends an outlet pass toward
midcourt to his waiting teammates; these teammates can sprint to their basket and quickly shoot before enough
opponents catch up to stop them.
.

Shot Clock

a.

Fast Break

b.

Screen

c.

Brick

5. similar to traveling when a basketball player moves with the ball without properly dribbling it
.

Carry the Ball


a.

Airball -

b.

Jump Ball

c.

Fast Break

5 True/False questions
1. Block Out or Box Out getting your body between the basketball player and the basket to get a rebound
True

False

2. End Line the boundary line behind each basket also called he baseline
True

False

3. Rebound when a basketball player grabs a ball that is coming off the rim or backboard after a shot attempt;
see offensive rebound and defensive rebound.
True

False

4. Layup a close up shot taken after dibbling to the basket


True

False

5. Jump Ball two opposing basketball players jump for a basketball an official tosses above and between them
True

False

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5 Written questions
1. when the ball handler takes too many steps without dribbling; also called walking.
INCORRECT: You gave no answer
ANSWER: Traveling
2. the subsitute basketball players
INCORRECT: You gave no answer
ANSWER: Bench
3. the line 15' from the backboard and parallel to the end line from which basketball players shoot free-throws.
INCORRECT: You gave no answer
ANSWER: Foul Line
4. A pass high above the basketball rim that allows a player to catch and slam dunk or drop in the ball in one
motion.
INCORRECT: You gave no answer
ANSWER: Ally-oop
5. an offensive fould which occurs when an offensive basketball player runs into a defender who has established
position
INCORRECT: You gave no answer
ANSWER: Charging

5 Matching questions
1. Offense
INCORRECT: No answer given
ANSWER: d the team with possession of the basketball
2. Zone Defense
INCORRECT: No answer given
ANSWER: b a defense where each defender is responsible for an area of the court and must guard any player who
enters that area.
3. Court
INCORRECT: No answer given
ANSWER: c the area bounded by 2 sidelines and 2 end lines containing a basket at each end in which a basketball
game is played
4. Chest Pass
INCORRECT: No answer given
ANSWER: e the basketball is passed directly from the passer's chest to the receiver's chest. This has the
advantage that it takes the least time to complete, as the passer tries to pass as directly straight as possible.
5. Turnover
INCORRECT: No answer given
ANSWER: a when the offense loses possession through its own fault by passing the basketball out of bounds or
committing a floor violation.
a when the offense loses possession through its own fault by passing the basketball out of bounds or committing a

floor violation.
2. b a defense where each defender is responsible for an area of the court and must guard any player who enters that
area.
3. c the area bounded by 2 sidelines and 2 end lines containing a basket at each end in which a basketball game is
4.

played
d the team with possession of the basketball

5.

e the basketball is passed directly from the passer's chest to the receiver's chest. This has the advantage that it takes
the least time to complete, as the passer tries to pass as directly straight as possible.

5 Multiple choice questions


1. contact between basketball players that may result in injury or provide one team with an unfair advantage;
players may not push, hold, trip, hack, elbow, restrain or charge into an opponent. (No Answer)
a. CORRECT: Personal Foul
b. Field Goal
c. Foul Line

d. End Line
2. A basketball shot that misses everything; net, backboard, and rim.(No Answer)
.

Dribbling
a. CORRECT: Airball b. Forwards
c. Jump Ball

3. a clock that limits the time a team with the basketball has to shoot it to a given amount of time.(No Answer)
.

Chest Pass
a. Fast Break
b. Foul Line
c. CORRECT: Shot Clock

4. a basketball play that begins with a defensive rebound by a player who immediately sends an outlet pass toward
midcourt to his waiting teammates; these teammates can sprint to their basket and quickly shoot before enough
opponents catch up to stop them.(No Answer)
.

Shot Clock
a. CORRECT: Fast Break
b. Screen
c. Brick

5. similar to traveling when a basketball player moves with the ball without properly dribbling it(No Answer)
.

CORRECT: Carry the Ball


a. Airball b. Jump Ball
c. Fast Break

5 True/False questions
1. Block Out or Box Out getting your body between the basketball player and the basket to get a rebound
This is true. You gave no answer.
2. End Line the boundary line behind each basket also called he baseline
This is true. You gave no answer.
3. Rebound when a basketball player grabs a ball that is coming off the rim or backboard after a shot attempt;
see offensive rebound and defensive rebound.
This is true. You gave no answer.
4. Layup a close up shot taken after dibbling to the basket
This is true. You gave no answer.
5. Jump Ball two opposing basketball players jump for a basketball an official tosses above and between them
This is true. You gave no answer.

Airball A basketball shot that misses everything; net, backboard, and rim.

Ally-oop
A pass high above the basketball rim that allows a player to catch and slam dunk or drop in the ball in one
motion.

Assist
A pass to another basketball player that leads directly to a made basket

Backboard
the rectangular piece of wood or fiberglass that the rim attaches to. *(backboard-rim)*

Bench
the subsitute basketball players

Block Out or Box Out


getting your body between the basketball player and the basket to get a rebound

Blocked Shot
when a defensive basketball player makes contact with the basketball while another player is shotting the
ball

Bounce Pass
in this pass the basketball bounces about two-thirds of the way fom the passer to the receiver

Brick
a poor shot that bounces hard off the rim or backboard

Carry the Ball


similar to traveling when a basketball player moves with the ball without properly dribbling it

Charging
an offensive fould which occurs when an offensive basketball player runs into a defender who has
established position

Chest Pass
the basketball is passed directly from the passer's chest to the receiver's chest. This has the advantage that
it takes the least time to complete, as the passer tries to pass as directly straight as possible.

Court
the area bounded by 2 sidelines and 2 end lines containing a basket at each end in which a basketball game
is played

Defense
the act of preventing the offense from scoring the basketball team without the ball

Double Team
when two basketball teammates join efforts in guarding a single opponent

Dribbling
the act of bouncing the ball continuously

Dunk
when a player close to the basket jumps and strongly throws the ball down into it

End Line
the boundary line behind each basket also called he baseline

Fast Break
a basketball play that begins with a defensive rebound by a player who immediately sends an outlet pass
toward midcourt to his waiting teammates; these teammates can sprint to their basket and quickly shoot
before enough opponents catch up to stop them.

Field Goal

when the basketball enters the basket above during play worth 2 points or 3 points if the shooter was
standing behind the 3-point line

Forwards
the two basketball player on the team are responsible for rebounding and scoring close up to the basket
they are usually taller than the guards

Foul Lane
Foul Lane - the painted area bordered by the end line and the foul line, outside which players must stand
during a free-throw; also the area an offensive basketball player cannot spend more than 3-seconds at a
time in.

Foul Line
the line 15' from the backboard and parallel to the end line from which basketball players shoot freethrows.

Guards
the two basketball players who usually handle setting up plays and passing to teammates closer to the
basket.

Jump Ball
two opposing basketball players jump for a basketball an official tosses above and between them

Layup
a close up shot taken after dibbling to the basket

Offense
the team with possession of the basketball

Personal Foul
contact between basketball players that may result in injury or provide one team with an unfair advantage;
players may not push, hold, trip, hack, elbow, restrain or charge into an opponent.

Rebound
when a basketball player grabs a ball that is coming off the rim or backboard after a shot attempt; see
offensive rebound and defensive rebound.

Screen
when the offensive basketball player stands between a teammate and a defender to give his teammate the
chance to take an open shot.

Shot Clock
a clock that limits the time a team with the basketball has to shoot it to a given amount of time.

Traveling
when the ball handler takes too many steps without dribbling; also called walking.

Turnover

when the offense loses possession through its own fault by passing the basketball out of bounds or
committing a floor violation.

Zone Defense
a defense where each defender is responsible for an area of the court and must guard any player who
enters that area.