“Ultrasonic beam” is one of the most popular games in Ultrichord, located in the rural area of Wire in the Netherlands. The players of this team are expected to perform gymnastic-like stunts to score points. This game is a part of the Dutch Football Association (Ajax) and is commonly known as “Benderball.” Most of the people in the team play at left-back while the goalkeeper occupies the center or right-back. The reason why this team is playing this game is because of its unique and special coaching rules.
Freedom To Choose Positions
This team enjoys the freedom to choose their positions on the field; they are not bound to play according to the team rules. Each team member is free to play in any position on the field; they only need to inform their coach before starting the game. Every player on the team must be responsible for their own goals and assists whenever a goal is scored. If a team member does not assist when a goal is scored, that player will not be given another chance to play until the next game.
Types Of Plays
There are two types of plays in this type of basketball. One is the regular play, where the ball is played at the center of the court. The other is called the free-throw play, where the ball is hand picked up by any team member. Once the player picks up the ball, the ball is allowed to move forward until it is passed to one of the team members who can take it from him. Once the player who received the ball passes the ball back to the other team members, the play is over, and it is time for the next play.
The Regular Play
The regular play is played on an 18 foot by 18-foot playing surface. It starts with one person on defense and one on offense. The defensive player can’t make a shot until he or she receives the ball from an offensive player. When a player gets the ball, the other players have a few seconds to attempt to make a shot. If they cannot try, then the play is over. If a team member attempts to make a shot and the ball doesn’t go through the basket, that team member must return to their place on the team bench or start the play again from the foul line. This is to ensure that there are no double-teams on the court. This is one of the requirements that the UIL basketball rules set forth.
Each Team Must Have At Least One Player
Another requirement of the UIL basketball rules is that each team must have at least one player on the court who can shoot the ball. That player is called a shooting star. A shooting star is usually chosen by the coach based on skill level. Each player on the court must stand behind their basket, with their hands on the side of the backboard. When a team starts the play, the ball is placed in the middle of the backboard but not in front of any players. The play begins with the ball in the frontcourt near the free-throw line.
Ball In The Basket
Once the ball is in the basket, it is escorted to the free-throw line, where it becomes ready for shooting. The player shooting the ball then takes his/her dribble and attempts to make a shot from the frontcourt. If the ball doesn’t make it to the rim, the other team gets one free trial.
In The End
If the ball somehow makes it to the half-court, the play begins again the same way it started. Backboard contacts are made with both the players on the court and the backboard using a net. The play continues until three points in the basket, or the team becomes an only one-point lead. Then space is over. Remember, if you break the UIL rules, you get an F-O-U-L!