One type of penalty is when a defensive player hits the hand of the shooter when shooting, or travel when you take to many steps before bouncing the basketball.
The way it works is that you can not run or dribble the basketball (back when it was invented). You can not take more than one step with the ball.
if still or not in stride, one step and a pivot; if in stride, you can take two steps
one is chicken and the other is chu so everybody bobo
well there is only one ball in play in a basketball game so if someone else is shooting you cant save the ball from going out of bounds but you can save the ball from going in the hoop by blocking it.
You use 200 bones to take one step
Yes! U can take a step before starting dribbling.but u need u dribble as soon as u move. Bcoz u can use one of ur foot as pivot. Then you can take two steps before a lay up shot.
free shot, that add a team one point
In basketball there are five positions. Theres a Point Guard,Shooting Guard,Small Forward,Power Forward,and a Center. The point guard is the person who make sure everyone touches the ball and dont get it stole.The shooting guard is the person who usally take the most shoots and passes the ball around.The small forward is the one who drives in the paint and help the big man in the paint get rebounds.The power forwards and centers help score get rebounds when the small forwards,shooting guards,and point guards.
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.
Jump up twice. Duck twice. Take one step left. Take one step right. Take another step left. Take a final step right. Then recite, "Bee, eh?"
Any style is fine if you're good at it. However, one answer will not help everyone wanting to learn how to shoot a basketball. See related links.
Those are actually called "shooting sleeves" and basketball players wear them to help maintain their shooting form.
There are quite a few steps and procedures that need to be followed when playing basketball. One step is to decide which side of the court the groups are on.
Sometimes you have to take one step backwards to to take two steps forward
This one is a simple question.The fundamental skills in basketball are: 1.Shooting 2.Dribbling/Ball Handling 3.Passing
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.
You have to take a step and every step you take it will grow one exp
well no you can't run around with it but you are aloud one step (a power step) but you have to passe or shoot before your pivot foot leaves the ground!
An isolation in basketball is where one player (frequently the point guard or shooting guard) is matched up one on one vs. one player on the opposing team; and the teammates of the player with possession of the ball move out of the way so that the ball handler can make is move and try to score a point.
It helps with shooting because if you shoot and hit one of the top corners its supose to go in EVERY time
Yes. One step back, and two steps forward.
you cannot score 4 points in one play in basketball. When a shooter is attempting a 3 pt shot and is fouled in the act of shooting and still makes the shot. They also get a chance at a free throw
An NBA player is ethier good at everything or they specialize in one or two of the following: shooting, passing, rebounding, defense.