If you are NOT dribbling and you are holding the ball on the floor, and you get up without dribbling that is considered traveling.
Traveling: you cannot take over 2 steps with the basketball in your hands with out dribbling Double Dribble: After you get the ball and dribble, if you pick the ball up again you cant dribble
Traveling occurs when you or another player has the basketball and you take more than two steps without dribbling! Also if you jump up with the ball and then come down with the ball still in your hands it is Called a travel as well. If you are going for a layup you may take two steps! Also if you have the ball and you dribble and then pick up your dribble and then dribble again it is called double- dribble and is almost the same thing as traveling! If any of this happens the ball goes to the other team! Hope this helps!
No, traveling is when the player with the ball takes more than two steps when they pick up the dribble.
The adverb for the verb on noun dribble would be dribblingly (based on the present participle).However, this is not recognized as a formal word in English.
a person can try to dribble the ball with two hands or can dribble then pick up their dribble and then dribble again
for some its just a regular shot ( about 4 people in the nba shoot like that), for others that joke, they call it a prayer
Up off the Floor was created on 2004-09-28.
It means to dribble the ball and pick it up again and dribble it.
Dribbling my hommie.
A double dribble is when you dribble the b-ball pick it up and hold it then start dribbling again. Another example of a double dribble is when you dribble the ball with both hands, and you will be called by doing it
Tear up floor. Install new floor......
It is when you get the ball and dribble than if you pick up your dibble then dribble again