That is legal, as long as your hand only touches the top hemisphere of the ball.
When you are dribbling the ball, you put your hand under the ball as if holding it or trying to turn it over and keep dribbling.
Bouncing the ball very high into the air with all your might. And double dribbling which means to stop dribbling the ball, then start dribbling again.
yes you can shield the ball while your dribbling.
Its like dribbling a ball with your hand but dribbling with your feet is you dribble with your feet
There is nothing wrong with dribbling the ball over your head, even though you should dribble from the floor to your waist for proper dribbling. As long as you don't necessarily carry the ball, or put your hand under it to move the ball, it is not considered a carry.
they are both very alike, not very many differences. ball control is being able to control the ball in any position. dribbling is running along the field with the ball, adding ball control makes your dribbling great.
Dribbling in football, is running with the ball close to the players feet.
Not much, if at all. Dribbling with a golf ball requires different hand movements and grips than if you were dribbling a basketball. Dribbling a basketball everyday or a soccer ball would work, but not so much a golf ball.
Yes it is legal, but not very smart, because the defense can easily steal the ball when it is dribbled above the waist.
Travelling and double dribbling is not a foul though you get a turnover. This is when there is a mistake made by a player and the ball is handed over to the other team.
Double dribbling is when a player stops dribbling and starts again, uses two hands on the ball, or touches the ball more than once before it touches the floor.
A shoulder pass in netball is when you hold the ball in one hand over your shoulder and throw the ball high up in the air but far at the same time so you can throw the ball over a player with out throwing the ball over a third. It is the best pass if you want to pass the ball far. :) Hope i helped :D
Dribbling is moving the ball with your stick while running. The goal is to outmaneuver your opponent and maintain possession of the ball.
The short answer is no. You may only start dribbling again once you have stopped if you either pass the ball to a teammate and then get it back, or have the ball removed from your possession by a member of the opposite team before recovering it. Simply dribbling, stopping, and then dribbling again is called "Double Dribbling" and results in a turnover.
yes but if you got the ball from your teammate and you dribbled the ball then stopped without dribbling the ball you cant dribble when you stop or else that is a travel
the best way to control the ball is by dribbling low and dribbling with your fingertips, never the palms of your hand. It takes a lot of practice to become a great ball handler.
Well, you should look up while dribbling, keep dribbiling too.
By dribbling the ball and shooting it.
Double dribbling is where the person with the ball is either dribbling with 2 hands at the same time, or most likely, they are dibbling, then stop, and then start dribbling again. When you stop dribbling legally you only have 3 options: piviot, pass the ball, or shoot.
a hook shot