A COMPARATIVE ANALYSISOF THE RESULTS FROM SPECIFIC MOTOR TESTS IN 14, 15 AND 16 YEARS OLD BASKETBALL PLAYERS

Daskalovski, B., Aceski,A., Naumovski,M., Sasho Todorovski, Kocik, M., Kechovski, B

The survey was conducted on a sample of 54 young basketball players, 18 of which were 14 years of age, 18 were 15 years of age, and another 18 were 16 years of age, in order to determine the differences in the results in the tests for assessing the structural basketball element - handling the ball. The results of the one-factor multivariate variance analysis (MANOVA) showed that the three groups of examinees statistically differed significantly in the whole system of variables. After the one-factor variance analysis (ANOVA) it was determined that the groups differ statistically significantly in all variables: handling the ball with a dominant hand at 20 meters running (V20MDR), handling the ball with a non-dominant hand at 20 meters running (V20MDR ) and handling the ball while running between sticks (VODMS). In the three groups of participants, a weaker score was scored in a 20-meter (20-meter) ball with the dominant hand (V20MDR) in terms of a 20m ball handling with the non-dominant hand, which probably suggests that the respondents can't equally successfully lead the ball in maximum running with the dominant and non-dominant hand. The results can be used to compare with other basketball players in the future, but also serve as information in selecting basketball players, planning, programming, and realizing the training with these adult categories.

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