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Reverse integration in twin basketball

In the following video you will view an edited example of participation in a reversed inclusive activity of wheelchair basketball including players with and without disabilities in a wide range of conditions including those who have motor limitations that restrict ball throwing. Those players are considered 1 (out of a range of 1 to 4 ) point and are eligible to score baskets by throwing into a low basket (1.20 meters high). They have unlimited time in the zone and only other 1-point players are eligible to screening 1-point players. Our preliminary experience in a 30 game league has shown that these environmental and rule adaptations have enabled these players scoring about a third of the scores within the league - proportional to their distribution within the participating team.


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