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Structures & Strategies Slide 2 Identification of Strengths and Weaknesses Roles and Relationships The success of any strategy will depend on effective performance of individuals. Its essential each player has a clear picture of their performance in a number of key areas. For example, you should possess many of the role related technical skills necessary to play a particular position effectively. Slide 3 You should also possess the appropriate physical and mental skills for meeting the specific positional responsibilities. Additionally, you must demonstrate good teamwork and recognise how your role relates to your team mates. Each player has a specific role to perform with different responsibilities when in offence and defence. Roles & Relationships Slide 4 They have to work co-operatively with each other to ensure that their strategy is effective. For example, the player bringing the ball up the middle on a fast break, must move the ball quickly and safely up the court, communicate with team mates, play the correct pass at correct time and then support the attack. Slide 5 Question Discuss what you feel to be your personal strengths and weaknesses when performing the fast break as a guard or a centre in relation to roles and relationships. (4) Write 50 100 words Slide 6 Positions Guards Centre Forwards Slide 7 Guards Usually smallest in team Quickest players in team Excellent ball handling skills Have good long range shooting ability Have vision and creativity to play the most suitable pass at the correct time Control tempo of the game and set up the majority of offences Slide 8 Forwards Taller players in team Have high upper body strength Excellent rebounding skills Have good close range shooting ability High C.V. Endurance to go from basket to basket (defence to offence) Slide 9 Centre Tallest player in team Excellent defensive/ blocking skills Excellent rebounding skills Have good close range shooting ability High C.V. Endurance to go from basket to basket (defence to offence) Slide 10 Question What position do you feel would best suit you, and why? Give examples of the strengths you could bring to your team when playing in that role. (4) Write 50 100 words Slide 11 Tactics As part of your game plan, you will include the use of tactics. 'Tactics' are quite simply the variations of play used within a strategy. The overall aim of a tactic is to play to your individual strengths whilst attempting to exploit your opponents weaknesses. Slide 12 Tactics Tactics offer variation in play and are often well rehearsed during practice sessions. This is important for a number of reasons: it consolidates the role that each player has to perform it ensures an almost 'automatic' performance it enables variations within the same tactic to be used should a change or adaptation be required. Slide 13 Homework 05/09/11 Make sure you are familiar with Workbook p2-13. Choose an attacking strategy you have started to develop in Basketball. Describe that attacking strategy (4).