In basketball games, defending balls is very important. This article teaches you how to defend the ball. Once your team shoots, come back and defend Your team may have a specific transition defense, but overall, the first player should be in the basket to prevent easy layups. The second players should put pressure on the players who hold the ball, and the remaining 3 players should cover the offensive players. Communication is key during a transition! If you are covering the basket, ball or open player, please tell your teammates. Your role on the offensive side may be to go to the basket so that you can get a rebound after shooting. In this case, if you don't get a rebound and the other teams have the ball, then you'll just be sprinting defensively. Put pressure on the players immediately If you see no player around the ball, run to them immediately and pressurize. The greatest threat to defense is an attacker with an open pass or dribbling lane. The best way to stop this is to put pressure on him as soon as possible. Work in the team's game plan. If your coach assigns you to players, please insist on using them as much as possible. However, if players are not under any pressure, you need to attack them as soon as possible. Adjust the angle of the body to force them toward the sideline Slide the feet closest to the sideline to a few inches behind the other. The toe of your hind foot should be aligned with the…

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In basketball, it is important to practice good defensive stance. This article shows you how to practice defensive stance. Make your feet a little wider than shoulder width apart Move your feet forward and place them a little wider than your knees. This should be comfortable shoulder width apart. This stance can lower your center of gravity and give you a strong foundation. Put your weight on your paw and bend your knees Transfer your weight to your feet and lift your heel slightly off the ground. Bend your knees and lower your body to a strong squat position. A good rule of thumb is, if you think you are low enough, try to reduce it. Focus on keeping the weight of your feet, but not on your toes, which will make you lose balance. To test how low your posture is, please extend it down with one hand. You should be able to touch the ground with your fingers. You can still move easily; if you can't, please relax a little. Keeping your weight low and centered around your feet will help you stop quickly, accelerate faster, and respond better to the ball. Keep your back flat, but not straight Your back should be straight from the shoulders to the hips and slightly arched, but not completely straight. To help you understand your posture, hold your hands to the ground while you are chest lifting. Your upper body will lean a little forward, but keep your body in balance. It may seem uncomfortable at first, but it will feel…

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