Pivoting is a technique in basketball where a player holding the basketball keeps one foot stationary while moving the other foot, it is often used to avoid traveling
no unless you are pivoting
Pivoting is when you have the ball in your hands and you turn around in any direction with one foot still on the ground.
center of a see-saw, pivoting foot in basketball...
When you keep one foot planted and move the other foot.
"Pivoting" is turning on a point.
turning. You can use it in speeches, saying Pivoting to another topic. or When you are talking about movement- He pivoted back and forth on his left foot.
Basketball is a team game with five players on a side in which each player attempts to throw a large inflated ball through an elevated hoop.
Pivoting your foot after your swing.
the trapezius muscle
yes of course
We can't really define how many there are because there's one in each school, parking lot and etc. So its hard to define that answer sorry!
an inflated because it takes up more room than a deflated one It depends on how you define the basketball. If you define it as just the rubber, then the mass does not change when it is inflated. If you consider the air inside the ball to be part of the ball then adding more air adds more mass. Mass is "stuff". Air has mass because air is stuff.
Pivoting is when you have the ball and moving one foot only while the other is foot is stationary so you can see around you. Since you cannot move when you have the ball withough dribbling, this gives you more options.
your atlas is pivoting around your axis
I believe your wrist is one. Perhaps I'm incorrect.
The pivoting part that supports the cylinder is called the crane.
The anatomical pivotal joints are used to provide aid in your pivoting. Hope this helps.