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) When teaching the two-handed bounce pass, two key phrases to emphasize are:
6) When lining up in rebounding positions during a free-throw:
7) During Special Olympics basketball competitions, athletes occupying rebound positions during a free-throw may not move from their spots until:
8) During Special Olympics basketball competitions, an athlete shooting a free-throw may not leave his or her position until:
9) During Special Olympics basketball competitions, offensive players can be in the free throw lane for ______ seconds before a lane violation is called.
10) Special Olympics basketball competitions begin with a:
11) True or false: During Special Olympics basketball competitions, players are allowed to move onto or around the circle before a jump ball is tossed in the air.
12) Which of the following is not a Special Olympics basketball competition adaptation?
13) True or false: During 3-on-3 competitions, players fouled during the act of shooting are awarded free-throws.
14) True or false: During 3-on-3 competitions, there are no jump balls at all.
15) A Unified Sports basketball roster consists of:
16) True or false: Player-coaches are allowed in Special Olympics Unified basketball competitions.