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Summary of Compared Analysis of the Centres' offence Skills of the Chinese Men's National Basketball Team at the 30th Olympics, London

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Summary of Compared Analysis of the Centres' Offence Skills of the Chinese Men's National Basketball Team at the 30th Olympics, London

Our national team finished the 30th Olympic journey at London with all five losses at the group stage which made it the worst performance since history. The result has exposed the gap between the Chinese Men's National Basketball Team and the national teams of the rest of the world. To determine where the problems lay, using methods of literature consultation, specialist consultation, replay analyses, mathematics statistics, comparative analysis, and logical analysis, this thesis has come to the following conclusion after the replays are watched:

1. There are gaps but not differences between the centres of the Chinese Men's National Basketball team and the centres of the other teams in terms of age, height and weight of the players. The Quetelet index at a significant low level caused competitiveness of players to reduce. Main centres are relatively old while substitute centres lack match experiences.

2. Scramble the ball of the Chinese centres is mainly catching the ball while moving at the mid and near-far court by relying on fast speed and vigilance of steps. This fulfills the requirements of modern basketball.

3. The decrease in moving ability and lack of competitiveness of the Chinese centres caused a huge gap in point scores between them and the teams from other countries.

4. In terms of shooting and position of shooting, the Chinese centres are usually shooting with one arm with certain heights at mid and near-far court, but scarcely at the restricted area using hook shot and slam dunk. Methods of shooting are too unitary which cannot combine the advantage of height with the many methods.

5. The body competitiveness and causing the other team to foul of the Chinese centres are at a significantly low level in means of the mainly mid and near-far court field activity, keeping the ball while offending of the Chinese centre are less than the other teams', causing the other team to foul, competing for rebounds are also

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