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• "El Sistema" del Colegio Grinnel, EU: Los Principios Básicos 
• "The System" of the Grinnel College, USA: Basic Principles


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Cuáles son y en qué se basan los principios básicos de: "El Sistema" del Colegio
Grinnel de los EE.UU ? Tiene algún fundamento teórico basado el "Sistema eBA de Análisis de las Estadísticas del Baloncesto" ?


Starting the Break in the Grinnell Basketball System! with David Arseneault Jr.


Which are the basic principles of "The System" of the Grinnel College from the USA, and which is this system's basis ? This system has any theoretical foundation based in the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System" ?

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• The Crab Move: a post player move
• Movimiento del Cangrejo: los jugadores poste


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Crab Move: the post players side'way movement, rather than towards front or backwards - with or without the ball -. Also called and known as "crab walk"

See references and comments of this concept at our eBA Basketball Encyclopedia.

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Zach Randolph Post Crab Dribble Middle-Turn Hook Shot 1 & 2 by Dre Baldwin
Dre Baldwin talks about Zach Randolph Post Crab Dribble Middle-Turn Hook Shot 1 & 2! Continue reading!


Movimiento de Cangrejo: el movimiento clásico de los jugadores poste en dirección lateral, más que frontal o hacia atrás  - con o sin el balón. También conocido como "Caminata del Cangrejo".

Ver referencias y comentarios de este concepto en la Enciclopedia eBA del Baloncesto.


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• Definition of a Crab Move
• Definición del Movimiento "crab"


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Can anyone give me a definition of a crab move for post players?


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Bill Cartwright, Phoenix Suns Assistant Coach, is a 5x NBA Championships (3x as a player, 2x as an assistant coach). Learn the key concepts that every post player needs to know in order to win the battle inside:
How to get open, where to attack once you have the ball, how to make yourself faster, stronger and harder to guard, how to hold off your defender by moving your legs, and how to receive the ball in a position that will maximize your offensive options.
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Puede alguien darme una definición del movimiento "crab" (lateral) para jugadores poste ?

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• Pick Up Basketball, trying to understand
• Qué es Pick Up Basketball ?


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No technical explanation founded to those numbers; or why not 9 or 13.
Only an historical pattern of habits.

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No existe una fundamentada explicación técnica de esos números, o de porque 9 o 13.
Solamente una sucesión histórica de hábitos.


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• Pick Up Basketball, trying to understand
• Qué es Pick Up Basketball ?


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Pick up games normally goes to 11, 15 or 21. The first team to score 11, 15, or 21 baskets wins. Each basket is worth one point. With a lot of time to go, 21 is a good run, on the contrary or if other players are waiting to play, 15 or 11 is better. But, sometimes games only go to 7.
Somebody knows why these numbers ? Why not 9 ? 13 ?


Pickup Basketball Stereotypes! from 'Dude Perfect'
In sports, a pick-up game (also known as a scratch game) is a game that has been spontaneously started by a group of players. Players are generally invited to show up beforehand, but unlike exhibition games there is no sense of obligation or commitment to play.

Pick-up games usually lack officials and referees, which makes them more disorganized and less structured than regular games, but the total number of players in such games globally is likely to be greater than the number playing in formal competitions and leagues.

Without formal rules and regulations, pick-up games are often played with a less rigid set of rules. Continue watching!


Los partidos "pick up" son a 11,15  o 21. El primer equipo que convierte 11, 15 o 21 puntos ganará. Cada canasta tiene el valor de un punto. disponiendo de mucho tiempo 21 es un buen partido, de lo contrario o si hay jugadores aguardando para jugar, 15 o 11 son mejor. Pero, a veces los partidos se juegan solo a 7 puntos.
Alguien conoce el por qué de esos números ? Por qué no 9 ? 13 ?


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