After catching the Basketball in the air, the player has the ability to take two steps. After two steps, the player must stop. He/she may rotate on a pivot foot or may move freely, as long as they stop after catching the basketball in the air.
This is assuming that by catch the player catches the ball with 2 hands, as if they control the ball with one hand, they don't have to stop at all.
Technically, you're only supposed to take two. Anything more is a travel. You cannot take them from a standstill, you have to be already moving and dribbling. The Refs have become very lenient though, and most players won't get called for taking an extra step anymore, especially the stars.
You're allowed to take as many steps as needed while dribbling the basketball, but while not dribbling and driving to the hoop, you're only allowed 2 steps while holding the basketball running towards the goal.
well you can take as many steps as you need but you have to dribble the ball if not dribbling, the max is 2.
if still or not in stride, one step and a pivot; if in stride, you can take two steps
in the NBA- 3 in Australia- 2
When u run with the ball without bouncing it :)
Either one or two handed, and with or without bouncing it.
It depends on the ball. If its a basketball then it'll be easy because its just like bouncing a basketball in your school gym. If its any other kind of ball then it'll be no different then bouncing a basketball. $Mariah$S$Miettinen$
If you were bouncing them both, a basketball would bounce higher.
never run with the ball not bouncing ;)
When you have the Basketball and you run or walk more then one step without bouncing it Travelling is taking two consecutive steps with different feet without dribbling the ball, unless the ball is released after the second step and before the third step occurs. I arrive at this conclusion not by the rule book, but by watching basketball on TV.
Dribbling In Hockey you are pushing the ball along and in Basketball you are bouncing the ball along the court in front of you.
it is called dribbling
How is this chemistry.... but do it however you would like to.