THE INFLUENCE OF THE BASIC MOTOR SKILLS ON IDIVIDUAL TESTS TAKEN IN ORDER TO EVALUATE THE SUCCESFULNESS OF THE BASKETBALL GAME

Mate Brekalo, Kristijan Marić, Stipe Blažević, Žarko Kostovski and Damir Crnjac

The creation of professional basketball players implies a continuous and progressive basketball education. The aim of this study is to determine relations in a cadet age basketball players between their basic motor skills and specific motor skills, that is, to determine relations between tests conducted in order to estimate the successfulness of the basketball game. The sample consisted of 54 basketball players of cadet age on whom was applied the set of 5 specific tests for the evaluation of the success in the game itself, and the set of predictability variables that consisted of 12 tests for the basic motor skills. There was shown a significant cohesion between the basic motor skills and the specific factors of the basketball game. The high percentage of explained variance speaks of good set selection of basic tests and its importance in the influence to evaluate the specific motor skill needed in the basketball game. The obtained results could be of great importance in order to select specific motor skill tests that could be conducted for the purpose of orientation and selection of young basketball players.

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