If you dribble with one hand you don't have any rules other than: If you hold the ball and move it is travelling.
If you stop dribbling then start again it will be a double dribble.
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The basic rules of basketball is violation, double dribble, offense, and defense. They are containing with basketball.
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
When a basketball player runs with the ball with out dribbling, they are traveling which is against the rules.
There are 2 ways to double dribble. One way to double dribble is to dribble the ball pick it up and start dribbling again. The other way is to dribble with both hands at once.
why not don't know but its in the rules and the rules r there to guide u or else they wouldn't be there
in basketball you can't walk with the ball, dribble with 2 hands at the same time, and dribble stop and dribble again. In soccer u can't use your hands unless u r goalie, and in both don't foul them
now there is more fouling and penalty calls. you are now allowed to dribble
If you break a rule in basketball, such as foul or double-dribble, the defending team takes the ball out-of-bounds, meaning it's their ball.
Australian rules football is a fast paced and potentially dangerous game. Its rules are unlike those of any other version of football. To dribble in a game a player must use their feet in a fashion similar to how basketball players use their hands.
Yes, according to the basketball rules and regulations, you are only allowed to bounce the ball off your opponent only to use to brake a double dribble.
The referee makes sure all the players are following each of the rules in basketball. Like traveling, double dribble, pushing foul, and many more.
1. You can not dribble with 2 hands 2. You can't take more than 2 steps without dribbling