Coaches, this quiz will help you test your knowledge of Special Olympics Basketball.
1) The Basketball Skills Assessment Card is a useful tool for coaches because:
2) What Special Olympics basketball competition opportunity is most appropriate for an athlete who has slow reactions, is unable to dribble the ball for more than 10 meters, does not move to catch a slow moving ball, and does not actively participate in basketball practices?
3) Stationary dribbling activities are recommended for athletes who:
4) A target pass activity is recommended for athletes who:
5) Two key phrases to emphasize when teaching the two-handed bounce pass are:
6) The repetitive jumping activity can be helpful for an athlete who:
7) During a frontcourt throw-in, the ball can be thrown __________.
8) Unless it is deemed the player has gained an advantage, players are allowed to take _____ steps beyond what is ruled by FIBA as traveling.
9) Free throw shooters have _____ seconds to release the ball.
10) Special Olympics basketball referees enforce a rule that allows only five seconds of closely guarded play in front court.
11) Special Olympics basketball competitions begin with a:
12) A Unified Sports basketball roster consists of: