Multifactorial analysis of free throw shooting in eliminatory basketball games
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The aim of this research was to analyse free throw shooting in eliminatory games, considering the variables that influence their effectiveness. The sample consisted of 1576 free throws shooting (38.4 ± 12.9), corresponding to 41 eliminatory games in ACB, Euroleague, Olympic Games and NCAA championships. A reliability analysis of the observation of free throws shooting was carried out. The dependent variable was the effectiveness in free throws shooting and the independent variables were: level, player positioning, gender, period, quarter, minute of the game, effectiveness percentage, situation in the scoreboard and points of difference in the scoreboard. There was found a statistically significant relationship between the effectiveness variable with level, gender and player positioning. In the sample analysed, the players in the NCAA, women and guards have a higher success. Also, it has been detected relationships among independent variables. © 2015, Routledge. All rights reserved.
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