The Effect of Shooting Range on the Dynamics of Limbs Angular Velocities of the Basketball Shot

@inproceedings{Podmenik2017TheEO,
  title={The Effect of Shooting Range on the Dynamics of Limbs Angular Velocities of the Basketball Shot},
  author={Nadja Podmenik and Matej Supej and Milan {\vC}oh and Frane F Erculj},
  year={2017}
}
The aim of our research was to describe the joint angular velocities of young basketball players (U16) during their performance of jump shots and to find out what was the effect of increasing shooting range on these velocities. Our sample included 14 players that performed the function of guards. Their average age (±SD) was 15.43±0.51 years. The analysis contemplated 370 field goals, which were performed from three different distances (3.75 m, 5.25 m and 6.75 m) perpendicular to the hoop board… CONTINUE READING

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