t) Team, Teammate, Technical, Terror, Test(ing), Therapeutic, Therapy, Three-pointer, Tie, Time, Timeout, Timing, Tone, Torso, Tournament, Trail, Trainer, Training, Transform(ation), Tremors, Trot, Turnover(s)
Taunting. Team Foul. Technical Foul. Tee Pad (Disc Golf) Third Base. Third-And-Long. Third Base Coach. Three-And-Out. Three-Bagger.
T technical foul. Also simply called a technical or abbreviated as T. A foul assessed for unsportsmanlike behavior that does not involve physical contact and for some procedural violations (for example, having too many players on the court or calling a timeout when none remain).
An area where the defender can’t block a pass with his or her arm. Penetrating Dribble- A dribbling action that penetrates the defense by movement toward the basket. An entry action by the guards to initiate the offense. Penetrating Pass- A pass that goes through the defense as an entry action by the guards to initiate the offense.
T. Take It To The Hole Team Foul Technical Foul Three-Point Field Goal Three Point Play Three-Second Violation Ticky Tack Foul Tip-In Traffic Transition Defense Transition Offense Traveling Triangle Offense Trifecta Triple-Double True Freshman True Shooting Percentage (TS%) Two Pointer. U. Up And Down Up And Under Use The Glass. V. Vertical Volume Shooter. W. Weak Side
250+ Basketball Terms You Must Know-- 1, 2, 3 --1-2-1-1 Press-A true full-court press with many possible variations. The goal of the press is to trap the basketball immediately after it has been inbounded into play.
Transition: A team switches from offense to defense, and visa versa. Trap: Two defense players team up on the ball handler. Traveling: Also known as "walking"; a violation in which the ball handler takes fewer than two steps without dribbling, or holds the ball while changing or moving the pivot foot.
—Adv’t, The Independent [Long Beach CA], 29 April 1969. The slam dunk is the more forceful rendition of the simple dunk, which is itself a shot whereby a basketball player jumps high and throws the ball directly into the hoop, making contact with either one or two hands on the rim.