Basketball began with its invention in 1891 in Springfield, Massachusetts

Basketball is a sport played by two teams of five players on a rectangular court.

Each player has to try to score by shooting a ball through a hoop elevated 10 feet above the ground. 

You have to dribble the ball.

The points in basketball are two or three points or free throws (one point). 

There is ten players all in one game. 

The length of a basketball game is 4 quarters of 12 minutes each, for a total of 48 minutes. They get 15-minutes halftime.

A basket scored can count as one,two,three points, depending on you shooting location. A free throw remains the only way to score outside of the game.   

 A regulation college court is 94 feet long and 50 feet wide, while high school courts are supposed to be 84 by 50 feet. The free-throw line (2 inches wide) is 15 feet from net.

The game can appearing boring. But basketball is a very strategic game.  Coaches on the sideline are constantly studying the game, making sure they have the right players in the game, making adjustments, and trying to outsmart the other team.

In  basketball , a foul is an inflation of the rules more serious than a violation.

the basketball players equipment needed is players should wear comfortable sneakers,

you also need athletic socks, they also need athletic shorts, to where

they need an athletic shirt/jersey, you have

to where elbow pads,

have to where goggles, you need mouth piece, you also need a basketball. 

the american basketball association  and national basketball association.

In 1891, James Naismith, a professor at Springfield College in Massachusetts, created basketball. The concept guiding Naismith’s new sport was to control a ball, working it around the court and afterward passing it to some available teammate and he would try to throw the ball and get it straight into the basket.


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