That is legal, as long as your hand only touches the top hemisphere of the ball.
yes you can shield the ball while your dribbling.
Yes. It is not possible to travel while dribbling. The height of the dribble is also irrelevant.
You're allowed to take as many steps as needed while dribbling the basketball, but while not dribbling and driving to the hoop, you're only allowed 2 steps while holding the basketball running towards the goal.
Well, you should look up while dribbling, keep dribbiling too.
Dribbling is moving the ball with your stick while running. The goal is to outmaneuver your opponent and maintain possession of the ball.
Double dibble and carry
dribbling is getting past the opposition player passing is giving the ball to a teammate While shooting is Kicking the football to find the net
it is called dribbling
yes you can
Its a power dive. It actively flies while it is diving.
they way u move the ball by bouncing it on the ground actually here is a better answer. Dribbling is when you bounce the the ball on the ground while walking or running and you keep control of the ball
Dribbling is a means to move around the field while controlling the ball at the same time. Different techniques can also be used to get through defenders and to open space for teammates.
Very easily, but it takes skill because it can easily become a traveling violation. Just practice hesitation, basic dribbling moves and it will soon become easy.
the player stole the basketball from another player while they were dribbling
it means that you steal it while the opponent is dribbling
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.
Diving uses gravitational energy to make the diver fall, and chemical energy to enable the diver to control his or her muscles while diving.