Basketball Articles


  • Reflex Speed For Tennis, Martial Arts, & Basketball
    by Mark Sias
    Whatever your sport, improved reaction time & response time a.k.a. reflex speed will be vital. Even the slightest improvements in this skill can have astonishing results on your game.

  • Basketball – Off Season Training
    by Kristoph Thompson
    An average play in Basketball will last between 15 and 30 seconds, while the average rest interval will be anywhere between 15 and 45 seconds. These conditions should be replicated in a variety of ways as part of an effective basketball conditioning program.

  • 10 Tips To Becoming A Better Basketball Player
    by Mike Jensen
    Here's 10 tips to improve your game - from attitude to conditioning and more.

  • Women's Basketball History
    By Peter Portero
    The Women’s National Basketball Association, created in 1996, is the first women’s league to be fully endorsed by the NBA, their male counterpart.

  • Basketball Sizes
    By Eddie Tobey
    The NBA has specified basketball sizes. These help you choose the right ball for yourself or your children, and it is recommended that they be followed strictly to avoid injury during play.

  • How to Dunk a Basketball
    by Zachary Thompson
    The best thing to do to become a better dunker is to work your legs. This helps more then just dunking. Running hills and jumping rope helps a lot. There are several different things you can do.

  • Power Dribbling Drills 
    by Ben Schupak
    Most children first learn to crawl, then walk, and finally to run. Basketball requires players to not only effectively move their feet, but also to manoeuvre a basketball. Basketball players first learn to dribble the basketball with one hand, then to alternate hands.

  • Wheelchair Basketball Training Tips: Weave Passing And Transition
    by Pål Degerstrøm
    The drill uses a 'multi-man' passing drill up the court, and a transition fast-break drill down the court. It can be played by 3-11 players.

  • Basketball Defence Tips
    by David Huizar
    What stands out most in the minds of basketball fans around the world is the flashy T-Mac drive, spin and dunk or the fierce dunk over three defenders by Shaq, but it has been said that defence wins games. The Detroit Pistons of recent times were a prime example of that.

Home | About Us | Contact Us | Site Map

top arrow
This website is © 2004-2022. All Rights Reserved.
The information included on this web service may include inaccuracies or typographical errors. I and any third party suppliers provide all content in this service "AS IS", and without any warranty of any kind.