dribble behind the half court line.....(not over and back)
its a back court violation
No its considered a fumble in basketball
No, but if he/she comes down and his/her feet are behind it , it is a back court violation.
yes, you can pass the ball off the other team to get your dribble back when you don't have one.
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.
over and back is when a player with the ball passes half court, goes back over half court, and then goes over half court again
A back court violation when the offensive player with the ball steps behind the half court line after crossing it.
yes as long as all of your body is in bounds before you touch the ball again
Yes, the player receiving the pass must have established both feet in the front court to avoid having an over and back violation called.
A "Back Court Violation", sometimes called "over and back", occurs when an offensive player, while in control of the ball, crosses or touches the half court line only after the ball has been established in the "Front Court." The "Front Court" is a basketball team's offensive half of the court. The "Back Court" is a basketball team's defensive half of the court. After "in-bounding" the ball from or to the back court, dribbling the ball in the back court is allowed until the ball is established in the front court. The Ball is considered in the front court when a player controls the ball and both feet are past the half court line. Also, when a player is "Dribbling" from the "Back Court" to the "Front Court", the ball is not considered to be establish in the front court until both feet and the ball have entered the front court . Once the ball has been established in the "Front Court", an offensive player may play a ball in the back court only if a player on the defensive team controls, touches or knocks the ball in or to the back court otherwise it is a "Back Court Violation".