yes, unless the shooter has landed on the floor
so that the official may know who commited a foul
technical foul,e legal dribbling
The foul ''holding'' in basketball is when you are guarding some player and lets say they get past you and you hold onto their jersey, shorts, hand, etc.
Under most rules if you fail to hit your object ball it is a foul, not a scratch. The foul will mean ball-in-hand to your opponent.
you can get a foul for hitting the dribbler's hand, pushing, elbows, when the dribbler is running down court and you stand in front of them by the hoop and they bang into you--that's also a foul, pulling on their arms when their passing or shooting, and and reaching over them to get the ball. In basketball, a foul is an infraction of the rules more serious than a violation. Most fouls occur as a result of illegal personal contact with an opponent and/or unsportsmanlike behavior.
if they dont touch them its neither, but if they touch its a personal The above answer is incorrect. It is a technical foul at all levels through college to face guard an opponent (except in the NBA which allows eye guarding).
If the ball hits any part of your person, in the course of a swing, it is considered a strike. If it hits the bat after hitting your hand, it is a foul ball.
Hand signals are used by referee's to relay the information of what foul took place to the stat officials sitting at the scorer's table. Using hand signals, the referee's do not need to walk over to the table and tell exactly what foul occurred, instead they use hand signals to describe the foul and which player committed the foul.
A holding foul is called every time a player uses his hands to interfere with the opponent’s freedom of movement. It is also a holding foul if you purposely step on an opponent’s feet.