Discriminatory factors that identify successful basketball performers

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Get this from a library. Discriminatory factors that identify successful basketball performers. [Gordon Walter Inglis]. In basketball, there are several studies aiming to identify the performance indicators that better discriminate the game outcome.

Previous work has alluded to the relevance of shooting efficiency. Which Factors Make Successful Basketball Players. There are a range of physical and mental factors that contribute to successful performance in sports, as listed below. Not all of these factors are important for Basketball Players - and that is what this survey is to determine.

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The aim of the present study was to identify basketball game performance indicators which best discriminate winners and losers in regular season and playoffs. The sample used was composed by games of ACB Spanish Basketball League from the regular season (n=) and from the playoffs (n=17).Cited by: The results allowed discrimination between best and worst teams’ performances through the following game-related statistics: assists (SC=), steals (SC=), and blocks (SC=).

The function obtained correctly classified % of the cases. In conclusion, season-long performance may be supported by players’ and teams’ passing skills and defensive by:   It was concluded that a basketball skill test battery comprised of these six test items would objectively measure basketball playing ability and discriminate between successful and uns Discriminatory factors that identify successful basketball performers book Skill Tests to Identify Successful and Unsuccessful Basketball Performers Cited by: 8.

Janeira MA, Mendes L, Sampaio J. Discriminatory power of game statistics winning or losing basketball games. Paper presented at 3erWorld Congress of Notational Analysis in Sports, Antalya, Turkey.

Karapidis A, Fotinakis A, Taxildaris K, Fatouros J. Factors characterizing a successful performance in basketball. J Hum Mov Stu, ; 14(5): section to identify requisite factors including movement patterns, speeds, distances covered, work intensities, work frequencies, change of direction (COD) require- assessment commonly used in the basketball combine.

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Contents Preface 6 Introduction 7 Physical factors in basketball shooting 8 Floor 8 Court 9 Backboard support structure 11 Basket 11 Hoop 11 Hoop and floor 13 Hoop and board 13 Board.

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