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Basketball Test

Name ______________________ Date _______________________ Class Period _______________________

Short answer: 1. 2. 3. Name at least three types of the main passes used in basketball. The name of the two different fouls called in basketball are _____________ and ________________ fouls. A successful basket shot behind the three-point field goal line counts as ____________ points. If the shooter releases the shot while his or her foot is on the line, the shot counts as ____________ point(s). 4. ____________ is when one foot is kept at its point of contact with the floor and the other foot can step in any direction. 5. Name the extra period of playing time when the score is tied at the end of the regulation game.

Multiple choice 6. If a player is in the act of shooting a shot and is fouled, how many free throws is that player awarded? a. One b. Two c. None 7. If a player is in the act of shooting a shot and is fouled, how many free throws is that player awarded? a. One b. Two c. None 8. One of the highest percentage shots in basketball, due to its closeness of range is the ..... a. Jump shot b. Lay up c. Three point shot 9. The type of defense used by a basketball team, when each player is assigned to guard one offensive player is...... a. Player to player b. Zone c. 1- 3- 1 defense 10. A quick offensive move by a player trying to get free for a pass. a. Dribble b. Outlet passes c. Cut 11. The length of a game for a high school basketball game is ..... a. 20 minute halves b. 14 minute periods c. 8 minute periods

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Basketball Test

Name ______________________ Date _______________________ Class Period _______________________

Matching Direction: Match the correct answer to each question by writing the correct letter beside sentence. 12. Throw-in 13. Illegal screen 14. Switching 15. Give and Go 16. Posting up a. b. c. d. e. f. _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ 17. Fast break 18. Traveling 19. Drive 20. Cut 21. Charging _____ _____ _____ _____ _____

a quick offense moved by a player trying to get free for a pass a quick offense moved by a player trying to get free for a pass a method of putting the ball in play from out of bounds running into or pushing a stationary defender when setting a screen you are still moving when the defender makes contact taking more than one step before the start of a dribble, or taking two or more steps before releasing a pass or shot

g. h. i. j.

a player cutting to the three-second lane area, pausing, and anticipating a pass an aggressive move toward the basket by a player with the ball a reversal of defensive guarding assignment a maneuver in which the offensive player makes a pass to a teammate, and then immediately cuts in toward the basket for a return pass

k.

moving the ball quickly down court in order to score before the defense can set up

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