バスケットボールの速攻における状況判断能力への過去の所属チームの競技レベルとポジション経験の影響 [in Japanese] Influence of the competition level of the former team a player belonged to, and his/her experience in the position on decision-making ability at fast break in basketball games [in Japanese]
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This study aimed to investigate the relationship between the decision-making ability in a fast-breakoffense and past basketball careers of university basketball players. The samples were 158 universitybasketball players (87 boys and 71 girls). The surveyed basketball career items were the past athleticlevel of his/her team and his/her position during school ages. The relationship between the basketballcareer items and the "decision-making ability scores computed from the decision-making factorsextracted by Yaita and Aoyagi (2014)" were examined using Quantification Theory Type One.As a result, in a simple play directly leading to a shot, the player with various experiences in his/her elementary school age had the tendency to have the excellent decision-making ability presently. Thisfinding led us to the indication that past high-level game experiences in elementary and/or junior highschools influenced the present decision-making ability. On the other hand, in multitask plays with manyoptions such as the transition trying to fast-break when switching from defense to offense, many careerfactors impacted the present decision-making ability in addition to age and position. However, we alsofound some plays that the past basketball career significantly influenced the present decision-makingability. This showed that even in young ages, there were the plays in which decision-making abilityshould be trained.In short, coaches for young basketball players should teach the plays related to the decision-makingability considering student's continuing developmental stages, without taking a short view.
- 九州共立大学研究紀要 = Study journal of Kyushu Kyoritsu University
九州共立大学研究紀要 = Study journal of Kyushu Kyoritsu University 7(1), 13-23, 2016