basically it's called exactly that-double dribble or travel unless there are some techy terms reffs use most people call it that
If you double dribble in basketball , the other team gets the ball on the side and has to throw it in .
A double dribble is when you dribble the ball, pick it up with both hands, and then dribble again. A travel is when you pick the ball up and take a step that is not a pivot.
Double dribble is when you dribble with both hands on the ball at one time and they eventually call a double dribble and the ball is handed to the other team.
That's double dribble. Travel is when you pick up the ball and walk/run with it before passing or pivoting.
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
Turning the ball over can be anything to give the other team the ball. It is also called a turnover. It could be a travel, double dribble, or even offensive foul.
if he did a pump fake it is fine, but if just stopped randomly dribbling then dribbled again it would be a unnecessary carry
Double Dribble - film - was created in 1946.
The first Double Dribble is when you start dribbling and then stop, and then start dribbling again. The second double dribble is when you dribble the ball simultaneously with both hands and when you dribble from right to left every dribble.
No, you cannot. This results in either a travel or a double dribble.
To not double dribble