miércoles, 28 de mayo de 2008

BASKETBALL VS FOOTBALL SOCCER (Comparative)

Do you prefer playing with feet or hands? Football soccer and basketball games are very interesting, good for the body, and health, but they are also so different. I am going to show you some differences between soccer and basketball games.

The first difference is related to the parts of the body that are involved in the game. In basketball you can touch the ball with the hands. Players need to bounce and pass the ball away from them. On the contrary, in soccer, only the goal keeper can touch the ball with the hands, in the majority of the games, the players play with the hands inside of the court, it is fault.

Other difference is the number of players that play in each game. The basketball game only has 5 players that include pillars, wings, and frontiers. In that, the players can change the position and everybody can score points. On the other hand, a soccer game has 11 players that include one goalkeeper, defenses, midfielders, and strikers. Each one has a position in the court and is difficult that the goalkeeper or defenses score points.

Finally, the form of scoring points is different too. Basketball’s players can have three different forms to score points called baskets. The firs and more common is when a player throws inside of the small area, it counts two points. The second form is when the players throw outside of the small area, and they can get three points the other is when they can have a free throw, and it counts only one point. Unlike basketball, in a soccer game, all the throws have the same point, but it only counts one point and this is called goal.

6 comentarios:

Pierce dijo...

I think there is no point of comparative, both are totally different sports, one is played with the foot, and the other with the hands, both are amazing sports, my prefer one is soccer.


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Soccer and Basketball are team sports that don't involve roughhousing unlike hockey and gridiron football. There, another similarity.


An oddity is that soccer is scorned in North-America for its less-hostile, almost meek nature compared to their gridiron counterpart yet basketball escapes from criticism despite most fights in basketball games barely involve anything more painful than a shove, as well as the game being constantly interrupted by a foul because a defender touched another player who did not have possession of the ball, whilst in soccer play continues depending on the severity of the foul.

But that's just my take on it. Both sports, while different in rules and fields of gameplay, are similar in their shared focus on passing the ball to teammates as opposed to gridiron football which is solely dependent on the quarterback and receiver.

prachi bohra dijo...

Differentiating both the sports on the following basis:

Field size- Small in case for basketball hence the ball needs to be passed quickly. Also, the time to communicate with other players is less that's why basketball asks for more coordination between players than football as the ball cannot be held with one player for too long.

Shooting - Doesn't happen when one is good in running; tactics and techniques are to be used. It's more of a mind game when man-to-man is played (which is of course the essential). In football, you win if you run good and strike well.
A single player can score high and win the match, take Messi for example; but in basketball, all players need to be very good equally since "passing" the ball is an important aspect.

Roles- change. You are both in offense and defense, which is decided by a split second of which team has taken the ball. You are the controller and in a split second, you also are the shooter. In a split second , you are now the defender. Football has more of specific roles: midfielders, goal keeper, striker and defenders.

Formation- NECESSARY. In fact, essential of all.
Coordination goes hand in hand with this. A winning team isn't the one which is good in running or striking, it's the one which has the best man to man formation no matter who is running, defending, controlling, or shooting.

Time- very quick. Quicker than football because again small court, 10 players. The game doesn't stop at all, there's no time to breathe whether you have the ball or not, it's continuous and very fast-paced, everyone has to run.
Football, well you get enough time to adjust or communicate or run or see if you don't have to run anymore because it's not your area since you are the midfielder.

Football - 7140 sq meters and 22 players =
324.55sq meter per player

Basketball - 436.644 sq meters and 10 players =
43.66sq meter per player

Difference: 280.99sq meter enough for 6.44 more basketball players

Game- more of a who knows how to pass
Football is more of who knows how to strike

Conclusion-
I think that basketball has technique.
It has no pattern but only a rough idea of how the ball needs to be "handled" rather than to just "put it" in the basket.
Taking laps, dribbling while running, tapping, assisting, controlling, passing, shooting; all happen along with the other 9 players present in the court.
Imagine the hustle of "keeping" the ball with one self while combining all these actions altogether.

Not only does one need individual tactics but also a group combination with a perfect learnt formation for the ball to "move on" from one player to another _as keeping the ball with oneself for a longer duration is *tough.*_
In a split second, the ball is snatched/stolen/passed/thrown/shot confusing the player of taking a _perfect_ note for whether they have to play in the offense or the defense!