well no you can't run around with it but you are aloud one step (a power step) but you have to passe or shoot before your pivot foot leaves the ground!
Pivot is to turn. You typically pivot on the ball of your foot.
traveling the point guard can't move his pivot foot until the ball bounces
Traveling in any level of basketball is when the player with the ball takes two step without dribbling the ball. Once a player stops dribbling they can only move on foot and the other foot, the pivot foot must remain on the floor, if it moves the refs will then call a traveling violation.
A double dribble is when you dribble the ball, pick it up with both hands, and then dribble again. A travel is when you pick the ball up and take a step that is not a pivot.
If you stopped dribbling the ball & trying to pass it & losses control of it (ball dropped from your hand & you picked it up again) its a double dribble violation even if your pivot foot didn't move. But if a ball is coming from a pass & accidentally drop the ball & u pass it then its not a violation!
No. The shoulder is a ball and socket joint and not a pivot joint.
The ball will be traveling at the same speed when it returns to Earth.
No it is not traveling but if he touches the ball before another player does then that it is traveling.
When you have the ball, you cannot take a step without dribbling. if you do you will be called for traveling. you can pivot with the ball. and pivoting is when u keep one foot planted on the ground and you can move the other foot off the ground. when you are going up for a lay up you can take 2 steps holding the ball, if you take more than two, you will be called for traveling.
Pivot your wrist just before you release the ball. Pretent you're turning a key that has to be turned to the three o'clock position. As you rotate your hand, release the ball.
The pivot joint only "folds & straightens" whereas a ball and socket can move in any direction AND twist.