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    FEDERACIN ESPAOLA DE BALONCESTO

    Escuela Nacional de Entrenadores FEB

    Juan ngel Lozano Piedehierro

    Ingls de Baloncesto

    Glosario

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    1. POSICIONES/FUNCIONES DE LOS JUGADORES...................................3

    1.1. OTRAS POSICIONES/FUNCIONES ............................................................4

    2. LA PISTA DE BALONCESTO......................................................................5

    3. ACCIONES EN ATAQUE Y DEFENSA ......................................................9

    4. ATAQUE ......................................................................................................10

    4.1. TCNICA-TCTICA INDIVIDUAL ..........................................................10

    4.2. TCTICA COLECTIVA..............................................................................21

    5. DEFENSA.....................................................................................................30

    5.1. TCNICA-TCTICA INDIVIDUAL ..........................................................30

    5.2. TCTICA COLECTIVA..............................................................................33

    6. REGLAMENTO ...........................................................................................38

    7. VARIOS........................................................................................................44

    8. BIBLIOGRAFA: .........................................................................................46

    8.1. ATAQUE: .....................................................................................................46

    8.2. DEFENSA:....................................................................................................46

    8.3. ENTRENAMIENTO: ...................................................................................46

    8.4. PGINAS EN LA RED:...............................................................................47

    8.5. PGINAS DE LA RED RECOMENDABLES:...........................................47

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    1. POSICIONES/FUNCIONES DE LOS JUGADORES

    Center (Centre): Pvot (5).Often the tallest player on the team. Normally plays close to thebasket and is responsible for getting rebounds and blocking shots.

    Forwards: Alertos. Two players generally positioned closer to the basket than the guards. Theyoften assume a floor position along the perimeters of the free-throw lane and manoeuvre bothinside and outside.

    Guards: Base y escolta. They are the two players who typically move the ball from thebackcourt into the frontcourt. They usually handle setting up plays and passing to team-matescloser to the basket.

    Perimeter player: Jugador de permetro. The position usually played by the guards andforwards (around the three point line).

    Point Guard: Base. He is usually a leaders team on the floor who initiates the offence andcontrols the tempo of the game.

    Post Player: Poste. The position usually played by the center.

    Power Forward: Alero alto. He is usually the bigger, stronger forward who plays close to thebasket and is responsible for rebounding and inside scoring.

    Shooting Guard: Escolta. He is generally, the player who takes the majority of the shots fromthe perimeter, many of which are three-point attempts. A guard who is depended on to shootmore and handle the ball less than the point guard; often a good three-point shooter

    Small Forward: Alero bajo. Usually bigger than the guards but smaller than the powerforward; responsibilities include both inside and outside work.

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    1.1. OTRAS POSICIONES/FUNCIONES

    Ball Handler: Quien maneja el baln (base). Player controlling the ball; can also mean aplayer known for his skilful handling of the ball.

    Goaltender: Jugador ms atrasado en una situacin en la que se realiza un 2 contra 1 enuna defensa presionante.

    Outlet: Receptor del primer pase de contraataque. He is a player that sets up near thesideline for a pass from a defensive rebounder. This pass will initiate the offensive fast break.

    Pivot: Pvot. The position a player takes with their back to the basket, either at the top or on theside of the free throw lane. This is also called the post position.

    Playmaker: Base. The point guard who usually sets up plays for his team-mates.

    Shooter: Tirador. He is a player who takes a shot at the basket.

    Sixth Man: Sexto jugador. He is the first substitute to come off the bench to replace a starter.

    Starting Line-up: Quinteto inicial. These are the five players who begin a game for one team.

    Substitute: Sustituto. He is a player who comes into the game to replace a player on the court.

    Swing Man: Jugador adaptable a varias posiciones exteriores. He is a player who can playboth the guard and forward positions.

    Trailer: Carrilero. Post player or bounder who trails the fast break.

    Wing: Ala. He is a player who is running the outside lane on the fast break. Also a player whois positioned at the foul-line extended area during the half-court offence.

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    2. LA PISTA DE BALONCESTO

    Backboard: Tablero. It is the flat surface directly behind the basket. The basket is connected tothe backboard.

    Backcourt: Pista defensiva. It is that half of the basketball court that is the farthest from theoffensive basket. Also, the position played by the guards.

    Ball side: Lado del baln. The side of the court on which the ball is located (Also called thestrong side).

    Baseline: Lnea de fondo. It is also called the end line. This line extends across both ends of thecourt behind the baskets.

    Basket: Canasta. It consists of the rim and the net.

    Blocks: Marcas para delimitar la zona para los reboteadores en un tiro libre. It is the squaremarkings six feet from the baseline on each side of the lane.

    Bucket: Canasta. It is other name for the basket or a field goal.

    Center circle: Crculo central. It is the circular area at midcourt where jump balls take place.

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    Centerfield: Centro de la cancha. A rea a b o v e the c irc le o r th ree -p o in t l i n e in the m id d leo f t h e c o urt in the o ffe ns ive en d w here an o ffensive p layer is p ositio ned to rece ive an o u tle tpass in case h i s team m ates are in trouble and are having d i f f i c u l t y reversing the basketball.T his enables the offensive team to have a p layer back for defensive balance. It m ay a lsodescribe the area above the nail on the free -throw lin e used to provide w eak-side defensivehelp.

    Charity stripe: Lnea de tiro libre. It is a term used to define the free throw line.

    Court: Pista. It is the area on which a basketball game is played; bounded by 2 sidelines and 2end lines, containing a basket at each end.

    Cylinder: Cilindro imaginario que est directamente encima del aro. It is the imaginary areadirectly above the basket where goaltending or basket interference can occur.

    Defensive board: 1) Tablero de defensa. It is the backboard behind the basket a team isdefending. 2) Rebote defensivo. It is a defensive rebound.

    Division line: Lnea de medio campo. See center line.

    Eight-Second Line: Lnea de centro de campo. It is the half-court line is the ten-second line.When a team is advancing the ball up the court from their defensive end, they have ten secondsto get the ball across the half-court line.

    End Line: Lnea de fondo. It is also called the baseline. This line extends across both ends ofthe court behind the baskets

    Floor: Cancha. It is the area of the court within the end lines and sidelines.

    Forecourt: Pista de ataque. See frontcourt.

    Foul lane: Zona. The painted area 19' x 16' (12' in college) bordered by the end line and the foulline, outside which players must stand during a free-throw; also the area an offensive playercannot spend more than 3-seconds at a time in.

    Foul line: Lnea de tiro libre. It is the line 15' from the backboard and parallel to the end linefrom which players shoot free-throws.

    Free throw circle: Lnea de tiro libre. It is a 12-foot restraining circle bisected by a free throwline, which is sometimes used for jump balls.

    Free Throw Lane: Zona. The area bordered by the end line, the free throw line, and twoconnecting lines forming a twelve foot lane. This is also called "the paint".

    Free Throw Line: Lnea de tiro libre. It is the line 15 feet from the backboard and parallel tothe end line from which players shoot free-throws (also called the "foul line").

    Free-Throw Line Extended: rea a los lados del tiro libre. A parallel position extended tothe right or left of the free-throw line by a few feet.

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    Frontcourt: Pista de ataque. It is the offensive area of the basketball court from the midcourtline to the baseline. Also the positions played by the forwards and center.

    Hash mark: Marca en la banda a unos 8,53m del fondo. It is one of the four lines extending 3feet in from a sideline, 28 feet from and parallel to a baseline.

    H ash m arks at the lane: M arcas de separacin para los tiros libes en la zona.

    High Post: Poste alto.