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MUNOZ ARROYAVE, Verónica  and  SERNA BARDAVIO, Jorge. Design, reliability and validity the SOCCB observational instrument to analyze offence's completion in basketball. CPD [online]. 2015, vol.15, n.3, pp.169-174. ISSN 1989-5879.

The aim of this study was to develop an instrument that could study the relationship between some actions that the player has with the ball to get advantage over his rival (one versus one and direct pick up) and the success in the shooting. For that, SOCCB was developed with software Lince® through the observational methodology with an ideographic/spot/multidimensional design. The sample analyzed was the games played by Real Madrid vs Gran Canarias y Unicaja vs Cai in a Spanish short competition. To calculate the reliability and instrument's consistence generalizability theory and Kappa coefficient was applied. The content validation was established through expert judges who assessed the consistence, clarity (positive items) and bias (negative item) of the instrument. Arguably the SOCCB observation instrument is reliable and valid to analyze offence's completion in basketball.

Keywords : one versus one; direct pick up; shooting; observational methodology.

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