After catching the basketball in the air, the player has the ability to take two steps. After two steps, the player must stop. He/she may rotate on a pivot foot or may move freely, as long as they stop after catching the basketball in the air.This is assuming that by catch the player catches the ball with 2 hands, as if they control the ball with one hand, they don't have to stop at all.
In basketball, you are allowed to take two (2) steps when going in for a layup.
The difference between basketball and netball is that in basketball you can take more than 2 steps and dribble up the court, but in netball the most amount of steps you can take is 2 and you are put in certain positions. Another difference is that netball is played in thirds and basketball in halves.
No it's not. Its traveling when you switch your pivot foot or take more than 2 steps while drivving to the basket.
well you can take as many steps as you need but you have to dribble the ball if not dribbling, the max is 2.
you are able to take 2 steps if you re going in for a lay-up
You're allowed to take as many steps as needed while dribbling the basketball, but while not dribbling and driving to the hoop, you're only allowed 2 steps while holding the basketball running towards the goal.
in the NBA- 3 in Australia- 2
because they cheat
2, the highest you can get without a travel is 1 and a half
Two steps without dribbling. Except for going for a lay-up. On lay-ups you can take two steps plus a jump. Also, you must pivot and turning using feet for more than 2 steps is called travelling.
the answer is 2, but alot of refferrees will overlook 3 step
1. You can not dribble with 2 hands 2. You can't take more than 2 steps without dribbling
This is what traveling means... Traveling is when you take more than 1 step and that is a penalty. Picture yourself with a basketball and you stop dribbling. then take 2 steps. That is travelingMore than two steps without dribbling the ball
Assuming you mean in basketball i am pretty sure that the amount of time you can step is 2
This steps is a travel at most levels of basketball, with an exception of extremely young leagues. The maximum amount of steps a player can take without traveling is 2 steps. Even though traveling is probably the most commonly ignored penalty in professional basketball, so it would not surprise me if someone thought something like that.
When you have the ball, you cannot take a step without dribbling. if you do you will be called for traveling. you can pivot with the ball. and pivoting is when u keep one foot planted on the ground and you can move the other foot off the ground. when you are going up for a lay up you can take 2 steps holding the ball, if you take more than two, you will be called for traveling.
Lots of people think it is 2 because that's how basketball is played. In the NBA they can make up their own rules. One of them happens to be that you can take up to 3 steps.
You cannot take more than 2 steps without dribbiling or it will be called travel and the ball would go to the other team.
Traveling: you cannot take over 2 steps with the basketball in your hands with out dribbling Double Dribble: After you get the ball and dribble, if you pick the ball up again you cant dribble
You may have downloaded 2 first making it the deafalt one and then got 3 so the computer thinks that you are getting pivot 3 sprites for pivot 2. Hope this helps.