The study investigated the movements of three types of players during offence in a match played between the teams of the KK Slovan and KK Laško basketball clubs in the first Slovenian senior men's basketball league. The data were collected using the SAGIT tracking system. The movements of players of both teams were tracked during the set and early offences as well as during fast breaks. It was established that the distance covered was statistically significantly related to the playing time. Within the set offences and within the sub-phase of the transfer of the ball to the front court, the distance covered by the guards from the Laško team was slightly greater than that of their counterparts in the Slovan team. The opposite was established for the forwards where Slovan's players covered a longer distance, particularly in the'offence completionć subphase. No significant differences were observed between the centres of both teams. The analysis of the distance covered by different player types revealed that, in the set offence and its sub-phases, the guards from both teams covered the longest distances.