dribbling with both hands
Since dribbling the basketball with TWO hands is called a foul, dribbling with ONE hand must be just dribbling. IS there a special name for one-handed dribbling?
They are, in fact, very different from each other. Soccer dribbling only involves the feet and basketball only with hands.
Dribbling was added to basketball on May 14, 1953.
You can be walking, running, or standing still when dribbling the basketball.
A great move to use in basketball is the crossover. While you are dribbling, switch hands with the ball, this will help you defend the ball.
no dribbling bouncy balls is though
A player who is dribbling the ball is "alive". But if you stop dribbling, and hold it up with 2 hands "dead". then if you dribble again, that's Double Dribble.
Basketball and Soccer both allow "dribbling".
That is the correct spelling for "dribbling" (leaking, or bouncing a basketball).
Dribbling means bouncing. Basketball players are required to bounce the basketball on the floor as they move across the basketball court, rather than just carrying the basketball in their hands. This is intended to create an opportunity for other players to grab the ball. It is an added challenge to be able to dribble the ball without losing it.