How does basketball overtime strategy differ from regulation?

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This is certainly situation based upon fouls(team and individual), pace of play, opposing schemes(offensively and defensively), etc.

Defensively, the strategy is to become more aggressive and force the opposing players into bad positions. Players are more tired in overtime so their shots are not as crisp and as clean compared to regulation so defense become a little bit 'easier'. There are a limited number of possessions in overtime, so defensively, you are trying to force a turnover or the worst possible shot, typically with a hand in the face. Little lapses in overtime turn into win or lose situations.

Offensively, teams become a lot more patient. Less shots are forced and less drives are put into double teams. This is wear a superior ball handler takes games over or a sound offensive scheme becomes more important. There are limited number of elite ball handlers at every level so the system being run is important. I always find I would rather have my players run off...

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3 on 3 is still fairly new to the NHL, so I would imagine strategy is still well in development - teams have played tens of minutes at most of 3 on 3 outside of practice.

However, from the rest of the world, 3 on 3 is fairly common in lower level games, and some of the strategy there clearly makes it to the NHL game. Most of the differences arise from the larger spaces on the ice, and higher relevance of each individual player.

Triangle formation on defense: This is the same as the 5 on 3 defense, really. One guy between each faceoff circle and the goal, and then the third 'point' around mid-ice in your zone. Cuts off passing lanes very effectively. Triangle formation on offense: Basically the same as the defense's triangle. One guy back, two guys forward. When a shot happens, whomever is on the opposite side needs to crash the net hard when that occurs to get the rebound. One defender and two forwards: This is somewhat of a result of the triangle formation, but it's a...
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The rules of basketball, thankfully, are fairly straightforward. However, for the younger players, some rules can be easily forgotten. The three-second rule addressing how long an offensive player can be in the key before clearing out is a good example.

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The following are what come to mind:

• Unlike in Basketball, in Netball you cannot run or dribble the ball. You have to keep your feet planted (though you can pivot) once the ball is in your hands.

• In Netball, you can't make contact with other players. Nor can you grab the ball off them.

• In Netball, there are fixed positions and each position has its limits. For example, Goal Shooter (or GS) is only allowed in the ring and the goal third.

• In conjunction with Dot point 2, a player cannot stand closer than three feet to the one she's defending. Even if she doesn't make contact, the penalty of standing next to the opposition and not being allowed to defend will apply.

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Original rules

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Dr. James Naismith

, in 1891, as an indoor game.

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Here are the overtime rules for the NFL and the NCAA Football

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Challenge yourself and friends with this trivia and see where your basketball knowledge ranks:

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FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT

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China

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