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NIRSA Basketball Officials' Training DVD

NIRSA Basketball Officials' Training DVD

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    Whether you’re a coach, instructor, official, or player of the sport, the NIRSA Basketball Officials' Training DVD is the essential DVD of current rules and mechanics for the sport for recreational basketball.

    Developed by the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) and the NIRSA Basketball Committee, a group of dedicated professionals and students, the DVD’s menu-driven format makes it quick and easy to access the specific content needed. The video includes both live-action video and animation that concisely explain the rules and mechanics of the game.

    The NIRSA Basketball Officials' Training DVD is a resource for any setting—campus recreation, a community parks and recreation department, or any kind of recreational sport program.

    Runtime: 53 minutes.

    Table of Contents

    Rules
    Block/Charge
    Traveling

    Two/Three Person Systems
    Mechanics and Signals
    The Whistle
    Mechanics
    Pre-game conference
    Captain’s Meeting
    Two-Person System
    Positioning
    Court Coverage/Responsibilities
    Switches and Slides
    Three-Person System
    Terminology
    Positioning
    Court Coverage/Responsibilities
    Rotations
    Switches and Slides

    Field Clinic Stations
    Free Throws
    Foul Reporting
    Jump Ball
    Throw-Ins

    Conflict Resolution

    Game Management
    Action Outside the Lines
    Flow of the Game
    Crew as a Whole

    About the Author

    The National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) is the leading resource for professional and student development, education, and research in collegiate recreational sports. Headquartered in Corvallis, Oregon, NIRSA was established in 1950 at a meeting of 22 African American men and women from 11 Historically Black Colleges and Universities at Dillard University. NIRSA now has nearly 4,000 highly trained professional, student, and associate members throughout the United States, Canada, and other countries. NIRSA members serve an estimated 5.5 million students who regularly participate in campus recreational sport programs. NIRSA's mission is to provide for the education and development of its members and to foster effective recreational programs, facilities, and services for diverse populations. The association's commitment to excellence is shown in its use of resources that promote ethical and healthy lifestyle choices.