Getting a ground ball in Lacrosse, commonly referred to as a GB is the art of scooping the ball up from the ground. The stat is just when these GB's are accumulated into an average.
no they do not their team just receives possession
No, when a ball falls onto the ground in a lacrosse game it is referred to as a 'ground ball'.
no, you could use your stick, but lacrosse is a game where the ball is wanted above the ground at all times, so i wouldn't recommend that.
At the start and after a goal of each lacrosse game, there is a faceoff. This is where 2 players put their sticks on the ground with the ball in the middle and fight for the ball
A ground ball is when a player picks the ball up from the ground. The ball is often dropped and ground ball pickups are a vital skill to have. A ball thrown and intercepted by the opposing team is also considered a ground ball for the person intercepting the pass.
yes in lacrosse there is a ball used
you check the head of the stick fast and quick to create a release of the ball and take it while it's in the air or ground. Be careful not to hit them though so no slashing. :)
keep your bottom hand low
With a lacrosse stick and a lacrosse ball
Get low to the ball and scoop through it with two hands on your stick, make sure you are low and stable so you can scoop and keep running.
No, a cricket ball is much larger than a golf ball.