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By Bill Kuchar

From a 40-year veteran, the one publication on hand dedicated to training highschool basketball

In Coaching highschool Basketball, corridor of Famer invoice Kuchar offers an quintessential handbook for knowledgeable and rookie coaches alike. a mix of vintage strategies and new, state of the art ideas, this unique instruction manual presents easyto- learn diagrams and directions, plus dozens of perform drills to enhance basics and train cutting edge strikes. Readers will learn the way to:

  • Master Kuchar's "double movement offense"
  • Locate, defend, and infiltrate zones
  • Defend opposed to the quick holiday
  • Use last-second performs for whilst the sport is at the line
  • Make the main of out-of-bounds performs
  • Scout and overview junior highschool expertise
  • Get collage coaches to scout their video games

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C) The team physician’s sole area of expertise is in musculoskeletal conditions found in athletes. (D) Team physicians have a responsibility to ensure that athletes are medically cleared for athletic participation. 2. Team physicians come from many medical specialties. Which specialty comprises the highest percentage of team physicians? (A) (B) (C) (D) 3. Which of the following characteristics is least necessary in a team physician? (A) personal experience as a collegiate or professional athlete (B) flexibility of schedule and willingness to be available to athletes (C) good communication skills (D) knowledge of medical and musculoskeletal conditions common in athletes (E) understanding of injury prevention principles 4.

Electrodiagnostic studies are (A) (B) (C) (D) timing dependent and severity independent timing independent and severity dependent both timing and severity dependent both timing and severity independent 2. Electrodiagnostic studies are highly dependent on the quality of the electromyographer. (A) true (B) false 3. Electrodiagnostic studies evaluate (A) peripheral nervous system (lower motor neuron) pathways (B) central nervous system (upper motor neuron) pathways (C) both A and B Questions 4 through 6 Match the following terms with the corresponding definition according to the Seddon classification.

9. Which of the following statements concerning the medical-legal aspects of the team physician is true? (A) Good Samaritan laws exist in all 50 states and are generally sufficient to cover the liability of most team physicians. (B) Good Samaritan laws vary widely from state to state and are generally applicable only if no “compensation” is received for one’s services as a team physician. ” (D) A written contract or memorandum of understanding with the institution covered by the team physician is only needed if the salary paid exceeds $2500 per year.

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