basketball while controlling the number of people in stadiums and controlling competition contact risk. While the guidelines permit limited numbers of people to be within a stadium, Basketball Australia encourages members to minimise attendance of non-participating persons where possible. These guidelines have been created based on federal advice.
On Wednesday 20 May 2020, Basketball Australia released Return to Basketball Guidelines to support state and territory member associations and the basketball community across Australia in bringing a safe return to grassroots basketball.Basketball Australia has worked closely with state and territory associations on these guidelines, which are in line with the Federal Government’s National Principles for the Resumption of Sport and the AIS Framework for Rebooting Sport in a COVID-19 ...
2. Light aerobic exercise and easy basketball skills such as free throws and shooting 3. Light training for a limited time and with no body contact, e.g. half court scrimmage for 20 to 30 minutes followed by basketball skills 4. Fill scrimmage with a medical clearance to train and play 5. Return to play
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Members of the program that qualify for the subsidy need to have been in Australia for less than three years and be aged between 10 to 25 years. Those players who are eligible for the subsidy pay $4.00 per game; players who don’t qualify for the subsidy pay the full $7.50 per game.27.
The rules and regulations of basketball are in place to protect participants and enhance their enjoyment of the game. Further Resources. FIBA Official Basketball Rules (valid from 1 October 2014) (PDF 4 MB) FIBA Official Basketball Equipment (valid from 1 October 2014) (PDF 841 KB)
Two offensive players in each group face each other, 10 to 12 feet apart. The third player is a defender, positioned between the offensive players, within 2 feet of the offensive player with the ball. One offensive player attempts to bounce or chest-pass to the partner while the defender attempts to prevent the pass.
Basketball Australia - Concussion Guideline Advances in sport and medical science have highlighted the need for a change in the way concussion is treated. Basketball Australia acknowledges that many of the instances of concussion will take place in places where a medical practitioner is not immediately available to make an assessment of an athlete who sustains a head injury.