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7th Grade Baketball

7th Grade Girls P.E. Basketball Study Guide

Where do you keep your eyes when dribbling a basketball? You keep them up.
How high do you dribble the basketball? You dribble below your waist.
What is a double dribble? When a player ends their dribble by catching the ball in one or both hands and then dribbles it again with one hand or when a player touches it twice before the ball hits the ground.
What is a carry? When the dribbling player continues to dribble after allowing the ball to come to rest in one or both hands.
What is a travel? When a player holding the ball moves one or both of their feet illegally.
How do you do a chest pass? It is thrown by gripping the ball on the sides with the thumbs directly behind the ball, stepping towards the other player, and passing the ball towards their chest.
How do you do a bounce pass? It is made by bouncing the ball once, for best results aim to have it bounce 75% of the way across to the other player.
What is a layup? A two point shot near the basket, from a 45 degree angle, and usually off the backboard; also considered the most basic shot in basketball.
What is the first letter of beef? Balance yourself and bend your knees
What is the second letter of beef? Eyes on the basket
What is the third letter of beef? Elbow up forming the “L” shape (shoot with one hand, using the other only as a guide)
What is the last letter of beef? Follow through by your wrist and hand
What is the free throw line? The rectangle on each team’s side of the court and used to line up players during a free throw, each free throw is worth 1 point.
What is the three point line? A semicircle that surrounds the basket area on each team's side of the court; players who stand behind the line and make a basket are given three points instead of the standard two points for a regular shot.
What are the side and baselines? These lines mark the outside boundaries for out-of-bounds purposes; contacting the line with the ball or a players body part mean the ball is out of bounds, and turned over to the other team.
What is the center jump circle? Where the game action starts and has a radius of 6 feet; all players other than the two jumpers must stand outside the circle until the ball is tipped.
What is a basket? There is one on each end of the floor -- it is made up of a backboard and a ring that holds a net; the hoop is 10 feet from the floor.
What is a personal foul? A breach of the rules that concerns illegal personal contact with an opponent, once a player receives a certain number of personal fouls they are kicked out of that game.
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