A crossover dribble move is performed when the player dribbling the ball switches the ball rapidly from one hand to the other, to make a change in direction.
You take your hand and dribble up to the basket jump with the other leg and have the ball in hand and dunk.
The Iverson crossover dribble is unique because it fools the defender in basket ball into thinking they are going the other way. It involves using one hand then the other.
If you dribble with one hand you don't have any rules other than: If you hold the ball and move it is travelling. If you stop dribbling then start again it will be a double dribble. I hope this helps narrow it down
Yes you can. That would involve dribbling with one hand and passing it over to the other hand, thus dribbling with two hands.
Double dribble is when you dribble with both hands on the ball at one time and they eventually call a double dribble and the ball is handed to the other team.
by moving your hand up and down on the basketball
yes, you can pass the ball off the other team to get your dribble back when you don't have one.
When you pass you:Launch the from your chest to the player with two hands When you dribble you:Bounce the ball on the floor with one hand
This dribble is a quick way to move the ball from one hand to the other when you are closely guarded or when being overplayed and you want to change dribbling direction.Let's assume you are dribbling with your right hand and want to change over to your left. Keep your dribble low. On the last dribble you take before the changeover, put your right hand laterally on the outside of the ball and push it hard between your spread legs. You left hand must be close to your legs to receive the ball with the fingers spread out and pointed to the floor. Continue dribbling with your left hand.
There are 2 ways to double dribble. One way to double dribble is to dribble the ball pick it up and start dribbling again. The other way is to dribble with both hands at once.