The Use of Rank-sum Ratio on the Attack and Defensive Ability of the Top 8 Men’s Basketball Competition in the 16th Asian Games
Aim: This essay focuses on the attack and defensive ability of the top 8 men’s basketball teams in the 16th Asian Games. The authors try to compare their characters and find out problems. Methods: Documentation analysis, Rank-sum ratio and related analysis have been used in this report. According to this report, it is found that in the TOP 8, China owns the highest Offensive Ability RSR Level, The Jordan have the lowest. If, on the other hand, the South Korea is the highest team in Defensive ability RSR level, the North Korea team is the lowest. From the aspects of Integrating Offensive and Defensive ability RSR level, the South Korea is still the highest and the North Korea is the lowest. Considering the Integrating Offensive and Defensive ability RSR, the authors divided the TOP 8 into 3 levels. China and South Korea are the superiors. They own the strongest Offensive and Defensive Ability. North Korea is in lower class, this class is weak in TOP 8. Jordan, the Philippines, Qatar, Japan, Iran are in the middle class. The coaches can adjust their training plans with pertinence, according to the statistics on Offensive and Defensive Ability showed in this Asian Game. The author hopes this research can offer a reference in the training. Key words: The 16th Asian Games; Men’s Basketball; Attack Defense; Rank-sum ratio
The 16th Asian Games; Men’s Basketball; Attack Defense; Rank-sum ratio
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