Analysis of physical demands during attacking displacements finished in layup, two-point and three-point shots

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Analysis of physical demands during attacking displacements finished in layup, two-point and three-point shots

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Title: Analysis of physical demands during attacking displacements finished in layup, two-point and three-point shots
Author: Calderani Júnior, Anderson; Ribeiro, Rene Augusto; Shoiti Misuta, Milton; Mercadante, Luciano Allegretti
Abstract: El objetivo principal fue describir las variables de las demandas físicas en durante los ataques posicionados y los contraataques terminados en movimientos de tiro exitosos y no exitosos en juegos de baloncesto. Se cuantificaron los parámetros físicos (velocidad y distancia recorrida) y técnicos (los tiros). Los ataques fueron separados en ataques posicionados y contraataques. Todos los datos de velocidad y distancia recorrida del jugador ofensivo se hay sumado en cada ataque, produciendo la velocidad y la distancia recorrida del equipo. La distancia recorrida en lo ataque posicionado con las fallas de bandeja fue significativamente más baja que las exitosas. En la comparación entre los ataques posicionados y los contraataques terminados en tiros de dos puntos, ambas variables de los equipos ofensivos fueron significativamente más altas para los contraataques. También se observaron mayores medios de la distancia recorrida y la velocidad para los descansos rápidos terminados con las bandejas. Los jugadores deben recorrer distancias más largas en sus movimientos ofensivos para un mejor rendimiento en las bandejas. Dada la mayor variabilidad de la velocidad observada en situaciones de contraataques, se necesita un mejor acondicionamiento físico, dirigido específicamente a los jugadores con participaciones constantes en estas situaciones, con enfoque en la variabilidad de su intensidad.The main aim of this study was describing physical demands variables at 5-man offense and fast-breaks finished in successful and unsuccessful shooting movements in basketball games. Physical (velocity and distance covered) and technical (two-point, three-point shoot and layups) parameters were quantified. The attacks were separated in 5-man offense and fast-breaks. For identification of 5-man offense beginning, was utilized criterions based on the positional information of players on court. The fast-breaks were considered all attacks that were not identified by the 5-man offense criteria. All velocity and distance covered data from offensive player were summed up in each attack, producing team’s velocity and distance covered. Distance covered in 5-man offense with unsuccessful layups were significantly lower than the successful ones. In the comparison between 5-man offense and fast-breaks finished in two-point shots, both variables of the offensive teams were significantly higher for fast-breaks. Greater means also were observed at the distance covered and velocity for the fast-breaks finished with layups. Players need to perform higher distances in their offensive displacements for a better performance in layups actions. Given the greater variability of velocity observed in fast-break situations, a better physical conditioning, aimed specifically to player with constantly participations in these situations, with focus on the variability of its intensity is needed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10662/11150
Date: 2020


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