Start - Develop - Finish; Basketball Plays Phases

Basketball Plays Phases: Start - Develop - Finish
These are the three phases of most basketball  (external link) plays. In order to officiate plays accurately it is critical to see the play from beginning to end.

When a player drives to the basket the concept is to allow the play to start, develop then finish.

If a whistle is warranted, it should be inrhythm with the play allowing the player to finish rather than coming early and wiping of shots or baskets.


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