It really depends on the situation and the ref, but in the rules a defensive player cannot make contact with an offensive player.
Yes it's called a steal.
uhm no!!!!!!!! its called playing basketball! that's what your suppose to do. as long as they don't hit the person while trying to get the basketball then its not even a foul
answer to the riddle why did the basketball player need long arms: to reach his hands
Yes That IS Called stealing the ball out of somebody's hand
When you hold the player with your arms/hands to prevent him from moving.
He can keep it for 3-5 seconds.
Don't dribble on me?
Yes, as long as you do not make contact with the player themselves.
No because soccer yo can't use your hands and in basketball you have to use your hands.
Hands down, Lebron is a much better basketball player than Kobe.
Hands down, Lebron is a much better Basketball player than Kobe.
You catch it with your hands.
Only if the officials don't see it!
All players can move once the ball is out of the shooters hands.
The social benefits are: • NO TOLERENCE • if you put your hands physically on a player, you will be disqualified • BE A GOOD SPORT
no he is not kobe bryant is best there was, the best there is, and the best there ever will be hands down.
It would depend on if he got the ball or if he got the arm, hands part of the ball so if he/she hits the ball handlers hand, then it is not a foul.
no. if both hands touch the ball at the same time, it cannot be dribbled again. it is called double dribbling.
Though somewhat subjective, a drummer would have quicker hands than an NBA basketball player.