A player can pass the ball to a player located further down the court or he can run while dribbling the ball. A player cannot move his feet while holding the ball.
passing and dribbling
First of all, the sport is called basketball. Not a basketball. The objective is to dribble the ball down the court and shoot with your hands into the basketball net.
it is called dribbling
The player inboundin the ball can throw it all the way down the court, but someone else has to touch the ball once inbounded before the person inbounding the ball to touch it
Some good basketball drills include running up and down the court while bouncing the ball. Try to put the ball through your legs. You can find more drills at www.online-basketball-drills.com/.
The challenge is to get down the court without getting the ball stolen and to put enough power into your shot to make it.
A Gunner is mostly a player who shoots the ball most off the time down the court offensively
Whenever a basketball player is dribbling down the court and a defensive player is coming from behind, your teammates/fans yell "wolf" to tell the person with possession of the ball to beware that the defense is about to steal the ball.
push the ball down because if you flick the ball will go in another direction
Basically, on offense, you have to dribble the ball down to your side of the court and find a way to get the ball down to the goal and shoot and make it in the basket. On defense, you have to stop the other team from shooting the ball into the basket. If you steal the ball you go back to what I told you to do on offense.
The game begins by with a jump ball, the Referee tosses the ball into the air, as it comes down one player from each team jumps upward inn an attempt to tap the ball to a teammate.
I'm a basketball enthusiast and this made me think... I cannot think of a rule per say but i can think of a technique. The overhead pass. It is used in basketball to throw the ball down court, whereas in soccer, it is used to throw the ball inbounds. Hope this helped:)
In American football, a play is called a down. A team, on offense, has four downs to advance the ball ten yards. If the team is successful in doing this, they get another four downs to advance the ball ten yards. Second down is the second play in the series where the team needs to advance the ball ten yards to keep possession of the ball.