the ball goes to the opposite team and is played on court
Depends upon how he lost it. If an opposing player knocked it out of his hand, then he can. If he loses it on his own and takes some steps before recovering it, then it would be traveling.
No, traveling is when the player with the ball takes more than two steps when they pick up the dribble.
Usually it is when the player has both hands on the ball. After this point has been established, the player can take two steps (or nowadays, with the rule change, basically three steps).This is why one can argue that spin moves where the player seemingly takes three steps is actually two steps because the dribble is potentially still alive (see Dwyane Wade or Lebron James).
A player of who the ball belongs to.
The main character has a problem, takes many steps and overcomes it.
Nancy Regan Steps in and takes over....
In the NBA, a layup is when the player takes FOUR steps towards the basket and leaves off one foot (usually opposite of shooting hand) and attempts to score a basket (backboard or no backboard). The term is the same in NCAA, and HS basketball just 2 steps instead of the NBA 4 stepper.
To be proficient at anything, it takes 10,000 hours.
It takes hard-work, skill and intense dedication to become a basketball player. You must at least practice everyday. And when you get to college, try getting into the NCAA, you can get very famous in the NCAA.
these days the UN steps in takes action against the country which is guilty.
when someone dribbles up to the net, takes 2 steps and then shoots the ball (usally in the top right corner of the backboard). by a random guy.
i takes 5
The opposite team will have a penalty pass, and you then have to stand next to the player who takes it.
When a player gets the rebound and takes it all the way "wire" (one court) to "wire" the other.
it takes 6654 steps to hatch
IT TAKES 1,000 STEPS!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Make sure the game is being played fairly, stop the game clock when there's a foul. If a player takes more than two steps (NBA rules) call the travel. Etc. etc. Of course the refs are human, so there will be errors.
it takes 12,000 steps
it takes 5-10 steps