it is not a travel
A travel in basketball is when you stop and you move with ball that is a travel. A other example is when you move with the ball without dribbling
When you travel in a basketball game its the other teams ball, they take it from the sideline and pass it to somebody on their team
if you travel in basketball, than it automaticly becomes the other teams ball.
I say a golf ball, but it depends on how high you throw them.
No i don't think it is it would be to chilly to play basket ball in the fall
you could get hit ,fall ,get elbowed, or have the ball hit you.
The ball is given to the other team.
One rule of basketball is that you have to dribble the ball and never travel your feet because then you let the other team get a chance to take the ball.
weight doesnt matter, the bigger one, which has the higher resistance will fall a tiny bit slower
fall at the same time
the ball is given to the opposing team to pass in from out of bounds.
It means you take the ball and run without dribbling it
In basketball you try to throw the ball into the hoop(basket) so that is why you use a ball in basketball.
The basketball net was first used in 1906 when people began opening the netting to let the ball fall throught.
Depends. If its travel ball then most of the time its all year. If its middle school ball it is in fall. High school ball is in the spring. Normal little league/senior league is played in the spring/summer. And fall ball is of course is played in the fall.
Gravity applies to basketball when a player shoots or passes the ball because, when the ball is thrown it with start to fall because of gravity. In conclusion if you are shooting far back you would aim higher because the ball would drop.
you bounce a ball in basketball by hitting the ball against the ground.
Je commence de basket-ball à l'automne .
nope Why not. When you walk with the ball with out dribbling it is considered traveling. The rules of basketball require a player who has the ball to bounce it against the floor all the while they are moving. Bouncing is dribbling.
Naturally the ball in space will travel the longest distance as long as it does not bump into something along the way. Gravity on earth will cause the ball thrown to fall back to earth.
No, you cannot. This results in either a travel or a double dribble.