Spin dribble is when you are spinning the ball, then it hits you in the face and you dribble because you get knocked out.
1. Spin basketball in hands. 2. Dribble basketball 3 times. 3. Concentrate at target. 4. Spin basketball in hands. 5. Shoot
You have to dribble toward the basket, facing the basket at first, then do one full spin (360 degrees is one full spin), face the basket again, and then dunk.
a person can try to dribble the ball with two hands or can dribble then pick up their dribble and then dribble again
Dribble in basketball is when you're in the middle of playing then you dribble.
an illegal dribble or double dribble in basketball is when the player uses both hands to dribble or the player starts to dribble a second time after coming to a stop
The Crab Dribble By Mike McNeill, Coaching Development Basketball BC The most overlooked dribble maneuver is what is called a crab dribble. What is a crab dribble? It is when the dribbler has their back to a defender and dribbles the ball between their feet with step-slide footwork. Why use a crab dribble? 1. To protect the ball by keeping the body between the defender and the ball. It is the most common dribble used by post players; the back-down move that is so common is a crab dribble. For perimeter players it is especially effective when the dribbler is bringing the ball up-court against an extremely quick, ball-hawking defender. 2. To set the pace at which the ball is brought up the floor. Often the coach will instruct the ball-handler to slow the pace of the game down, but if the dribbler is being pressured, the only way to relieve pressure is to attempt to go by the defender. 3. To change sides of the court when being pressured, without exposing the ball to the defender. This is usually done with a spin dribble but may also be done with a pop back move and then a change of hands dribble (crossover, behind back, between leg). Technique: 1. Footwork a. Point the lead toe in the direction you want to go. b. Step with the lead foot, then push with the back foot and get airborne; it is extremely important for the ball-handler to cover ground (I always tell players to make a bad defensive slide). 2. Torso a. Turn your torso at a 45-degree angle when you are moving up the floor. b. Keep your body between the defender and the ball. 3. Head a. Look over the shoulder corresponding to the lead foot. b. Keep your eyes up and be aware of potential traps and run and jumps. c. Use your peripheral vision to see defenders coming from behind you. 4. Dribble a. The ball should be dribbled directly between your feet. b. As the player dribbles the ball they should use an inside-out action, this will allow the dribbler to progress forward with the ball, but still keep it between the feet. c. When the defender cuts the dribbler off, use a spin dribble to change directions. Moves out of a crab dribble: 1. Go - when the dribbler lands and does not see the defender's chest in the path they will often want to pivot on the lead foot and go hard to the basket. 2. Spin dribble - when the defender's chest is in the path the dribbler should use a spin dribble to change direction. 3. Fake spin dribble - when the defender is moving along with the dribbler, the dribbler may use a fake spin dribble and continue in the same direction. The dribbler fakes with the ball, head and shoulder all going back as if doing a spin dribble. The dribbler will then pivot on the lead foot and go.
That is called a double dribble.
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
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.