its called a travel. You better not trying to be funny or sumfing cwunt
The traveling violation occurs when person throws ball on the court and another player receives it and moves both feet without dribbling the ball.
Dribbling my hommie.
Very easily, but it takes skill because it can easily become a traveling violation. Just practice hesitation, basic dribbling moves and it will soon become easy.
The most effective moves for dribbling are the Meridona, Step overs, and fake kicks or shots. All these moves can be very effective in a fast paced game!!!!!!!
When you have the Basketball and you run or walk more then one step without bouncing it Travelling is taking two consecutive steps with different feet without dribbling the ball, unless the ball is released after the second step and before the third step occurs. I arrive at this conclusion not by the rule book, but by watching basketball on TV.
A player cannot both have and not have the ball.
Yes, you can^Uh no..Stepping Before DribblingA player who receives a pass from a teammate and starts running without dribbling is performing an illegal move. The player must dribble before he moves on the court with the ball, or else the referee will cite him for traveling. At the professional level, National Basketball Association referees seem to let players take a step before the dribble, but this should not happen in college, high school or youth basketball.
Some of the basketball moves that Kobe Bryant uses when he plays basketball include moves like driving, faking, and fading away as a quick combo, or simple dribbling around people.
A travel is called. You can move one foot while the ball is in your hands and you have not dribbled. Moving two will result in a travel.
Handling is just basically dribbling the ball and protecting it from the defender. There are many moves that you can do to try and get around them. Some are crossovers, in and out, behind the back and many more....
I'm assuming you are talking about offensive moves. This is a bit like asking how many ways there are to play the guitar. There are hundreds of moves, each with multiple variations, resulting in an almost infinite amount of moves.