While distantly get at times of the Greeks or Aztecs, references about basketball, the beginning of this modern game has its origins in a U.S. school in 1891. The promoter of this was one James Naismith, sports instructor at the YMCA (YMCA) in Springfield. James specified the thirteen rules of basketball which are still current, however there have been some changes to adapt to new times where the game mainly based on the speed with which points are scored and the dramatically write them down.
Caused by the long winters suffering Springfield, and the urgency of his students were kept entertained and in good physical condition, James considered creating a new game could be played indoors and in confined spaces. After spending several months studying existing sports and adopting the most attractive of each, Naismith achieving a set of requirements that should have this new sport