There is an unlimited number of pivots you can make. If you are pivoting with your left foot you may not change your pivot foot to your right and if you pivot with your right foot you can't change to your left. If you don't change feet and don't take steps you can do infininte pivots until the game clock runs out or the shot clock expires. If you dribble pivot and then dribble again that is a travel.
with both hands, make fake moves, and then shake hands (fair play) and go home (in one piece without shooting each other). forgive me.
Since the dribble can only begin and stop one time it is in a player's possession, you should make his dribble count. Every single dribble should have a purpose.
Lines on a Basketball The reason why there are lines on a basketball is to improve a player's grip making it easier to dribble and shoot the ball. The lines on basketballs make them easiar to grab and hold, allowing players to shoot, dribble, and pass better.
Well, first you have to put air in it to make it dribble. Then you can dribble it by dropping it on the ground and it will go back up then you push down on it again. Then you can shoot it, by putting your hands on the basketball while it is up by your face. Then you shoot it and flick your wrist, and over time you will get better at it. It just takes practice.
a player can hold it for 5 seconds and dribble it for 10 seconds then he has to make a basketball play
don't travel (take 3 steps without dribbling), don't double dribble (Dribble, pick the ball up, then dribble again), don't foul the shooter (make contact with the shooter while shooting that changes the course of the ball), don't go out of bounds.
You usually dribble the ball and be in control of the game. Point guards usually don't score much because they make plays.
The only way to make moves work is practice them and not wing it like people do because it will end up bad .
its a type of dribble move. a type of crossover to be more precise. its more like a fake crossover where you make it look like you're going to dribble the ball to one hand, but keep it in the same. its pretty effective!
The crossover is a very simple, easy move that can be used to fake out a defender. The behind the back dribble is diffucult, yet effective in situations it just inolves crossing over behind the back. The between the legs dribble (my personal fave!) is the funnest move to do once you get a hang of it! There are many more moves you can do to fake out tough defenders. Streetball moves are fun as well! Make sure to look up this question so that you can learn much more about this FUN sport! i am 11 yrs old and play on the Elevation Elite.