In basketball, you are allowed to take two (2) steps when going in for a layup.
if when you drive you go for a layup then 2
2, of course you have eurosteps and hopsteps.
because they cheat
Yes, but he must maintain his pivot foot.
You are allowed one in a half steps when in motion to shoot a layup, your first foot that lands when picking up the dribble counts as one half step your second foot that lands counts as a half step and then your third foot that lands the one you will jump off of to shoot the layup counts as a half step giving you a grand total of one in a half steps hope this helps... a lot of people get confused with counts each foot that lands as a whole step...
It's called a driving layup, nothing else.
A layup is when you are very close to the basket when you shoot the ball. I would say a player would be 3 feet or less from the basket when they shot a layup.
when you run torwards the hoop, take two steps, and gently hit the ball against the backboard to score. dont always have to use backboard
a flight of steps
What is a series of carefully planned steps that test a hypothesis?