You should never use a high dribble. As soon as you dribble high, your defender has an excellent chance of stealing the ball.
by moving your hand up and down on the basketball
It depends, like how inflated the ball, how high you dribble, etc.
usually if you have a coach they will tell you to dribble it but only up to your waist and always bend your knees
Yes, of course. For example, if you dribble it on carpet it wouldn't go as high than on pavement.
i think about waist height, but that's pretty high. Just above knee height
The ball will dribble to high and out of control and if it hits rim or backboard It could bounce off
Yes. According to NBA, NCAA, and High School Rules, if the dribble is stopped, and you hold onto the ball, you can begin to dribble again once an opposing player makes any contact with the ball in your hands. This includes but is not limited to attempting to strip or knock away the ball from your possession. Even if you retain possession, you are free to dribble again.
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Yes, you can^Uh no..Stepping Before DribblingA player who receives a pass from a teammate and starts running without dribbling is performing an illegal move. The player must dribble before he moves on the court with the ball, or else the referee will cite him for traveling. At the professional level, National Basketball Association referees seem to let players take a step before the dribble, but this should not happen in college, high school or youth basketball.
It depends on your height.