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SJK(C) Sungai Buloh Basketball Team 2011

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Coach: Mr. Lim Jun Huey



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Kejohanan Bola Keranjang MSSD Petaling Utama 2008
男队  –  八强
女队  –  亚军

Bagi kategori Perempuan, Lin Tze Man dan Khor Chien Yee telah dipilih sebagai Wakil Daerah menyertai Kejohanan Bola Keranjang MSSS dan berjaya mendapat Naib Johan.
Lin Tze Man dipilih sebagai Wakil Negeri Selangor dan berjaya mendapat Johan di peringkat MSSM

Kejohanan Bola Keranjang MSSD Petaling Utama 2009
男队  –  殿军
女队  –  亚军



Kejohanan Bola Keranjang MSSD Petaling Utama 2010
男队  –  季军
女队  –  季军



Kejohanan Bola Keranjang MSSD Petaling Utama 2011
男队  –  季军
女队  –  亚军


Bagi kategori Lelaki, Liew Wei Bin, Yeow Yau Hong dan Phang Theng Khang telah dipilih sebagai Wakil Daerah menyertai Kejohanan Bola Keranjang MSSS dan berjaya mendapat Johan.
Bagi kategori Perempuan, Fong Shao Yan, Cheong Li Wen telah dipilih sebagai Wakil Daerah menyertai Kejohanan Bola Keranjang MSSS dan berjaya mendapat Naib Johan

Liew Wei Bin seterusnya dipilih sebagai Wakil Negeri Selangor dan berjaya mendapat tempat Ke-3 di peringkat MSSM.


Kejohanan Bola Keranjang MSSD Petaling Utama 2012

男队  –  季军
女队  –  亚军

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Basketball Shooting Step


Shooting a basketball isn't as easy as just picking up a ball and lofting it into the air toward the hoop. A good shot has to be practiced and developed. You must always be aware of angles and distance from the hoop. The standard rule for shooting is BEEF, which stands for balance, eyes, elbow, and follow through. While helpful, this only scratches the surface of a good basketball shot. There are far more mechanics and rules involved in making the perfect shot.





Step 1

Set your lower body and face the hoop with your feet a shoulder width apart. Position yourself on the balls of your feet. Don't stand flat-footed or up on your toes. Keep your dominant foot slightly forward and your knees bent.

Step 2

Set your upper body by keeping your back straight. Keep your butt out slightly.

Step 3

Set your arms. Your shooting arm should form an L shape. Keep your elbow bent at a 90-degree angle and your arm straight up and down. Keep your wrist cocked back at a 90-degree angle, with your fingers pointing back at you. Your non-shooting arm should be raised next to the other one, with that hand assisting in the shot.

Step 4

Set your hands. The palm of your shooting hand should never touch the basketball, only the fingertips. Keep your fingers spread apart evenly and comfortably. Keep your hand under the ball. Your non-shooting hand should be on the side of the basketball, lightly guiding and supporting it.

Step 5

Execute the shot in one fluid motion. Many things will happen at once. Bend your knees and straighten them out as you release the basketball. Roll from the balls of your feet to your toes to gain momentum. Raise the ball from your chest to above your head and shoot from the center of your body. Push your arms up and toward the basket. Flick your wrist and release the ball. Follow through and keep your shooting arm pointing toward the basket.

Here is a video clip to give you a clear image.


B = Balance
E = Eyes on target
E = Elbows Up
F = Follow through

Tips and Warnings

Jump when you shoot the basketball. You automatically become taller and gain more power. This is preferable to pushing the ball hard with your arms. Always shoot high with an arc and aim at the back of the rim or the backboard. Above all, always keep your eyes fixed on the hoop and practice every day to improve your shot.


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Basketball Dribbling Drills For Kids

Playing basketball is a great way for kids to stay active. At a time when a great number of young people are sitting around the house watching TV, playing video games and not getting enough physical activity, encouraging them to play basketball is a good idea. One of the ways to make sure basketball remains an enjoyable option is to learn the game well. Dribbling is on of the most important skills in basketball and specific drills can help kids become better ball-handlers.


Ups and Downs

Start by dribbling the ball at waist height. As you maintain control of the ball, gradually make your dribble go higher and raise your dribble to chest level, shoulder level and then head level. Don't lose control. Gradually lower the dribble back to waist height, then knee height and then slightly above the ankle. Do this for five minutes with your dominant hand, then do the same thing with your opposite hand to learn how to control your dribbling.

Cone Dribble
Set up a series of five cones starting about 10 feet past mid-court. The cones should be about five feet apart. Pick up the ball at mid-court and dribble to the right of the first cone, the left of the second, the right of the third and then continue on in that manner. When you have dribbled past the fifth cone, turn around and speed-dribble back to mid-court. Do the drill three more times.

Draw the Picture
This drill will help you learn to control the basketball as you dribble it. Start by dribbling the ball at waist height. Form an "X" with your dribble. Use both hands to do this. Then draw a cross, a circle, a square and different letters of the alphabet. This is not a timed drill. Do this on your own when you have time. The key is to be precise.

Wall Dribble
Dribble the ball standing about six feet away from the wall. You should be running in place as you dribble. After the fifth dribble with your dominant hand, fire the ball off the wall, catch it and then dribble with your left hand while running in place. Fire it off the wall following the fifth dribble. Keep this up for at least four minutes.




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