you can only dribble 3 times in european hand ball and in basketball you can have unlimited dribbling :)
Years ago, probably when basketball first started as a sport air dribbling was allowed. One could bounce the ball upward from the palm of the hand much like the ball is dribbled today with the palm down. Today, it would probably be called "steps". I would like to know when and if air dribbling was removed from basketball. Some fifty years ago I was a basketball referee for high school games and I do remember the rulebook's reference to "air dribble". I don't remember the rule word-for-word now, but it was essentially as follows: "The player in possession of the ball may flip or toss the ball into the air and then bat the ball in the desired direction. The player may then run ahead, or past the defender to retrieve the ball. When the player catches up to the batted ball he may then resume dribbling the ball in the normal way. If he catches the ball with both hands, his dribble is completed and he must either shoot the ball or pass it. Only one air dribble per possession is allowed and the air dribble must take place at the beginning of the player's possession. (In other words, you could not dribble the ball three times and then bat the ball in the performance of an air dribble.) I never saw anyone try this procedure and I cannot find any reference to it in my copy of NCAA Rules of Basketball.
About 130 beats/minute for sports like basketball
The improvements would be the rules and clothing such as wearing long skirts and dresses and you were only supposed to dribble 3 times.
1. Spin basketball in hands. 2. Dribble basketball 3 times. 3. Concentrate at target. 4. Spin basketball in hands. 5. Shoot
Basketball wasn't played in ancient times.
it helps because when you dribble down the court you should be looking up and by looking up you have to know where the ball is at all times.
Newton's first law is seen many times in basketball. This law states that an object at rest or in motion will remain at rest or in motion unless acted upon by an outside unbalanced force. This is seen in the dribble, and when you shoot the ball. Hope I helped :)
As long as the player has not fouled out, they may come into the game as many times as the coach wants them to.
Because of his father also recognized as professional basketball player in all times.
sportsstart in the middle of the court/fieldhave half timeshave to dribble in bothHope that helped.
As many times as a coach wants to, when there's a dead ball.
Yes unless he is out on a penalty or injured.
wilt chamberlain or Michael Jordan
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was, for UCLA.
Basketball is a team sport. At times one player can take over a game, but if the rest of the team does nothing, the team will lose.
In high school 5.
Some of the highlight of the former Chicago Bulls basketball player Michael Jordan are that he was voted most valuable player five times, and led his team to two three World Championships.