Basketball can be an intimidating sport, especially when you are just starting out

Basketball can be an intimidating sport, especially when you are just starting out. From the rules to the equipment and from the court layout to the jargon that accompanies it, there’s a lot to learn. At 7M, we try to make it as easy as possible for people to play and enjoy basketball at any level, even if you haven’t picked up a ball in years or are brand new to the game! This beginner’s guide covers everything you need to know about basketball and why playing matters!
What is 7m?
7m is the standard distance from the basket to the free throw line in basketball. This distance is also known as the key or lane. The 7m line is also used as a baseline for other measurements on the court, such as the 3-point line. In order to shoot a free throw, a player must be behind the 7m line.
Get Your Equipment
To play basketball, you will need a few things. First, you will need a basketball. You can find these for purchase at most sporting goods stores, or online. Second, you will need a pair of basketball shoes. These shoes should provide good ankle support and have a non-slip sole. Third, you will need a water bottle to stay hydrated during your game. Fourth, you may want to invest in a basketball hoop. This way, you can practice your shooting at home. Fifth, if you plan on playing in an organized league, you will need to purchase a uniform. Sixth, a good coach can teach you the proper techniques and help improve your game. Finally, finding some friends to play with can make the game more enjoyable.
Learning the Basics
Basketball is a sport that anyone can enjoy. It is a great way to get some exercise, have fun, and even make new friends. But before you can start playing, you need to learn the basics. Here is a beginner’s guide to basketball that will help you get started.
Start Getting Competitive
Competitive basketball requires more than just shooting hoops in your driveway. If you want to take your game to the next level, you need to start practicing against tougher competition. You can find competitive games at local parks or recreation centers. There are also organized leagues that you can join. The key is to find a game that challenges you and makes you better.
Get in Shape
You can’t play basketball if you’re not in shape. Running, jumping, and shooting all require a certain level of fitness. So before you even think about playing, you need to get in shape. Here are a few ways to do that
Learn from the Pros
Whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been playing for years, there’s always something new to learn about basketball. And what better way to improve your game than by learning from the pros?
The Best Resources for Getting Better
There are a lot of resources out there for basketball players looking to improve their game. But with so many options, it can be tough to know where to start. Here are seven of the best resources for basketball players looking to take their game to the next level. -7m drills -these drills allow you to practice the basic techniques of shooting at a different distance
-training plans -there are multiple levels for this kind of training, from beginning workouts to advanced routines that involve weightlifting
-NBA skills coaches -several NBA teams have started hiring coaches just for skill development; this includes shooters like Steph Curry and Chris Paul
-jump shots video tutorials -this video series offers in-depth analysis on what makes some jump shots more effective than others -video breakdowns on how professionals dribble through traffic in half-court sets -much like drills, these breakdowns offer a detailed examination of one facet of the game (in this case dribbling)