Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
Equipment and Facilities of Basketball
Transcript of Equipment and Facilities of Basketball
& Equipments of Basketball by: Group 2 1. Basketballs The ball is round and the outer casing should be either leather, rubber or other suitable synthetic material. Its circumference should be between 75 and 78cm (29.5 and 30.25 in) and its weight between 600 and 650gm (20 and 22oz). 2. Backstop unit it should have either eight (8) or twelve (12) seams, not exceeding 6.35 mm in width (see below) There will be two (2) backstop units, one placed at each end of the playing court and each consisting of the following parts:
• One (1) backboard.
• One (1) basket ring with a ring mounting plate.
• One (1) basket net.
• One (1) basket support structure.
• Padding. 3. Backboard The backboards shall be made of a suitable transparent material (for Level 1 and 2, of a
tempered safety glass), made in one piece, non reflective, with flat front surface. 4. Basket ring The rings shall be made of a solid steel and shall • Have an inside diameter of a minimum of 450 mm and a maximum of 457 mm. • Have its metal a minimum of 16 mm and a maximum of 20 mm in diameter. 5. Basket net The nets shall be made of white cord and shall be:
• Suspended from the rings.
• Manufactured so that they check the ball momentarily as it passes through the basket
• No less than 400 mm and no more than 450 mm in length.
• Manufactured with12 loops to attach it to the ring.
The upper section of the net shall be semi-rigid to prevent:
• The net from rebounding up through the ring, creating possible entanglement.
• The ball from becoming trapped in the net or rebounding back out of the net 6. Score board and a game clock For Levels 1 and 2, two
(2) large scoreboards shall be:
• Placed, one at each end of
the playing court and, if so
desired, a further scoreboard
(cube)placed above the centre of the playing court.This does not exclude the need for the other two scoreboards.
• Clearly visible to everyone involved in the game, including the spectators 7. Playing Floor > The playing floor surface shall be made of:
• Permanent wooden flooring (Levels 1 and 2).
• Mobile wooden flooring (Levels 1 and 2).
• Permanent synthetic flooring (Levels 2 and 3).
• Mobile synthetic flooring (Levels 2 and 3).
> The height of the ceiling or the lowest obstruction above the playing floor shall be at least 7 m.
>The playing floor shall be a minimum length of 32,000 mm and a minimum width of 19,000 mm. (7) m. 8. Playing court The playing court shall be marked by:
• 50 mm lines, as per the Official Basketball Rules.
• A further boundary line (Diagram 12), in a sharply contrasting colour and having a minimum width of 2,000 mm.
The colour of the further boundary line must be the same as that of the centre circle and the restricted areas. 9. Lighting The playing court shall be uniformly and adequately lit. The lights shall be positioned so they do not hinder the players’ and officials’ vision. The support service areas, which must be fully accessible to persons with a disability, are the
areas in which essential operations for the competition are carried out.
The required areas are:
a) Changing rooms for teams.
b) Changing rooms for referees and table officials.
c) First aid station for players.
d) Changing room for staff.
e) Storage room and cloakroom.
f) Administrative offices.
10. Support service areas 11. Spectators areas The spectator areas shall:
• Allow the free movement of the public, including persons with a disability.
• Enable spectators to have a comfortable view of the event.