A narrative review of the most demanding scenarios in basketball: Current trends and future directions

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Alonso Pérez-Chao, E., Portes, R., Gómez, M., Parmar, N., Lorenzo, A. and Jiménez-Sáiz, S.L. 2023. A narrative review of the most demanding scenarios in basketball: Current trends and future directions. Journal of Human Kinetics. 89, pp. 231-245. https://doi.org/10.5114/jhk/170838
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TitleA narrative review of the most demanding scenarios in basketball: Current trends and future directions
AuthorsAlonso Pérez-Chao, E., Portes, R., Gómez, M., Parmar, N., Lorenzo, A. and Jiménez-Sáiz, S.L.
Abstract

Since the analysis of most demanding scenarios (MDS) in basketball has improved the practical knowledge about match demands and possible impacts for the training process, it seems important to summarize the scientific evidence providing useful information and future directions related to MDS. Specifically, basketball coaching and strength and conditioning staffs. This review assesses the results reflected in the available literature about the MDS in basketball, synthesizing and discussing data from 12 scientific papers, and then providing relevant insights about terminology, sex and sample size, competition category, workload variables recorded, technology used, method of calculation, time windows analyzed, and activities evaluated related to MDS. Therefore, the present narrative review would be of utility for coaches, scientists, athletes and strength and conditioning trainers exploring the current trends and future directions related to MDS in basketball.

Keywordssynthesis; team sports; game demands; worst-case scenarioos; peak demands
Sustainable Development Goals3 Good health and well-being
Middlesex University ThemeHealth & Wellbeing
Research GroupPerformance Analysis at the London Sport Institute
PublisherAcademy of Physical Education
Termedia Publishing
Polish Academy of Sciences
JournalJournal of Human Kinetics
ISSN1640-5544
Electronic1899-7562
Publication dates
Online05 Sep 2023
Print27 Oct 2023
Publication process dates
Submitted13 Apr 2023
Accepted29 May 2023
Deposited13 Sep 2023
Output statusPublished
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Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.5114/jhk/170838
LanguageEnglish
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