● Card position: The attacker uses footwork and physical contact to block the defender behind him. This footwork is called card position (mostly used to rush for rebounds).
●Leading the ball: move in the direction of the pass and catch the ball.
● Dislocation defense: the defender and the offensive player have different court positions. (Position refers to defender and forward)
●First pass: the first pass of the ball-catcher from defensive to offensive.
●Blocks: When the offensive shoots the ball, the defender interferes with the ascent of the ball when the ball rises.
● Replenishment: When one defender loses the correct defensive position, the other defender makes up the correct defensive position in time.
●Assistant defense: assist the companion to defend.
●Pressing defense: Get close to the offensive person and constantly use offensive defensive actions to threaten the safety of the opponent's ball or prevent the opponent from receiving the ball.
● Diagonal penetration: run diagonally from the sideline to the basket or toward the middle of the court.
●Time difference: When shooting, in order to avoid the blocking of the opponent's defense, use the air stay to change the shooting time.
● Reception: Offensive players without the ball, take the initiative to catch the ball.
●Position: The formation of the offensive and defensive sides when switching between offense and defense.
●Responding: The offensive team uses the tactical cooperation of the middle players to organize the reception and transfer of the ball in the front court or the whole court, resulting in offensive opportunities such as open cuts, bypass cuts and screens.
● Sliding bottom: Stand near the sideline when attacking, and run along the bottom line to the other side near the sideline
●Man-to-man: a player to a player
●And One: An additional penalty kick, that is, when an offensive player with the ball is fouled by a defender while making a shooting action and the ball is scored, the goal is recorded as valid and an additional penalty kick is added.
●Chemical reaction: Used to describe the overall state of a team, including, player state, team cooperation state, and coach's tactical arrangements, etc.
●Buzzer: usually refers to scoring at the last moment in a time-limited game. As long as the shot is made before the whistle blows and the ball is thrown in, it counts as a score. No matter how long the ball stays in the air. If the ball is shot after blowing the whistle, it will not score.
●Answer ball: In a basketball game, after one player hits a ball, the other player immediately responds with a ball in the same way.
●AIR BALL: Air ball, which means that the basketball shot failed to touch the basket, backboard, and net, also known as "three non-stick".
●Crossover: The meaning of dribbling down, crossing over people, and changing directions by a large margin. In the NBA, it refers to extraordinary skills including dribbling down, changing directions, and arranging flowers.
●Pick and roll (pick and roll): a general term for multiple screen coordination, that is, a coordination method for players to create catch and shoot or second offense opportunities in the process of mutual screening.
●Dry catch: Dump the ball directly in the air (layup).
●Magic pass: When a teammate is unguarded, pass the ball to him, assist and score.