The Development of Cutting Movement-Based Basketball Medium Shooting Skill Practice Model in 15-18 year age Group Male Players
KeywordsPractice Model, Basketball, Cutting Movement, Medium Shooting
AbstractThe objective of research was to implement and to find out the result of need analysis, to develop early product (prototype) by implementing and finding out the result of expert and field tests, and to implement product effectiveness test in order to find out the result of cutting movement-based medium shoot skill practice model in 15-18 year age group player. The method employed in this study was “research and development” one. Borg and Gall said that there are 3 (three) main procedures in research and development: firstly, need analysis; secondly product development, and thirdly, product effectiveness test stages. Techniques of collecting data employed in this study were interview, questionnaire, and basketball shooting test. From the result of research conducted through interviewing the basketball coach in Karanganyar Regency, it can be seen that the basketball medium shoot skill level of 15-18 year age players still tends to be low and there has been no specific guidance concerning the cutting movement-based basketball medium shoot practice form in basketball club. In the second stage, the product development was divided into two: product development and trial. The product developing stage was conducted using expert test, from which it can be found the result of cutting movement-based basketball medium shoot practice model development product with feasibility score of 88.04% belonging to valid category for field test with some notes. Field test stage was divided into two groups: small-scale test with 10 players being the subject and large-scale test with 20 players, with the score of 80.92% and 87.69% for small- and large-scale tests, respectively. It indicates that the development product is feasible with valid criteria for the next stage. The third stage was effectiveness test conducted with 30 players being the subject divided into two groups: experiment (product) and control groups. The total variance score for each of groups based on this test was 56.90 for experiment and 45.58 for control groups. The final conclusion was that experiment group had better result improvement than control group, meaning that the use of cutting movement-based basketball medium shoot practice model development product improved the medium shooting skill of 15-18 year age male group player in Karanganyar Regency more effectively and efficiently.
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