Effect of Ball Mass on Dribble, Pass, and Pass Reception in 9–11-Year-Old Boys' Basketball

  title={Effect of Ball Mass on Dribble, Pass, and Pass Reception in 9–11-Year-Old Boys' Basketball},
  author={Jos{\'e} L. Arias and Francisco Manuel Argudo and Jos{\'e} I. Alonso},
  journal={Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport},
  pages={407 - 412}
The objective of the study was to analyze the effect of ball mass on dribble, pass, and pass reception in real game situations in 9–11-year-old boys' basketball. Participants were 54 boys identified from six federated teams. The independent variable was ball mass, and dependent variables were number of dribbles, passes, and pass receptions. Three situations were established in which the participants played four games with each of the following: (a) regulation ball (485 g, 69–71 cm), (b) ball of… 
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