by: Winjit Technologies • 0
Basketball Terms is one of the widely played, popular team sports across the globe and especially in the United States and Canada.
Originally, the indoor sport was invented in the New England region of America, which then evolved over the years and gained popularity in several other nations. Increasing popularity of the sport led to the formation of many professional teams, associations and leagues. NBA (National Basketball Terms Association) founded in America, is the most important professional basketball league in terms of popularity, talent and level of competition.
Like all the other major sports, Basketball Terms has its unique terms and phrases used by players, fans and journalists. For those just introducing themselves to the sport of basketball, this application will take them through the basics of the game. The application will help them in understanding all the terms used in the world of basketball including scoring system, shots, strategies and techniques.
The application will be the best guide and online dictionary for the beginners and the basketball lovers with lot of in-built features to quickly search the newly added terms and organize their favorite terms with easy navigation. All the terms are arranged alphabetically with the meaningful and easily understandable description.
The application will be updated on the regular basis to include the terms being introduced by the new basketball playing generations and enthusiasts.
Going further, the application has a potential to include the links to the informative websites, to integrate with the social networking websites and thus to become a complete basketball bible.
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