Since dribbling the Basketball with TWO hands is called a foul, dribbling with ONE hand must be just dribbling. IS there a special name for one-handed dribbling?
constantly boncing the ball up and down using the fingertips of one hand at a time
When you pass you:Launch the from your chest to the player with two hands When you dribble you:Bounce the ball on the floor with one hand
Yes you can. That would involve dribbling with one hand and passing it over to the other hand, thus dribbling with two hands.
One rule of basketballis that you can't run with the ball in your handds without dribbling.
This one is a simple question.The fundamental skills in basketball are: 1.Shooting 2.Dribbling/Ball Handling 3.Passing
This dribble is a quick way to move the ball from one hand to the other when you are closely guarded or when being overplayed and you want to change dribbling direction.Let's assume you are dribbling with your right hand and want to change over to your left. Keep your dribble low. On the last dribble you take before the changeover, put your right hand laterally on the outside of the ball and push it hard between your spread legs. You left hand must be close to your legs to receive the ball with the fingers spread out and pointed to the floor. Continue dribbling with your left hand.
In the game of basketball, a crossover is a type of dribble where the ball handler bounces the ball in front of him/her from one hand to the other, in order to change the direction of their dribble quickly. For example, if a ball handler is dribbling to the left with his left hand and wants to quickly go to the right, he performs a crossover to the right.
carrying, also colloquially referred to as palming, is a violation in the game of basketball. It occurs when the dribbling player continues to dribble after allowing the ball to come to rest in one or both hands. Carrying is similar to a double dribble because the player momentarily stops dribbling and then resumes dribbling. If the player is in motion while carrying the ball, then it is similar to traveling. Players can avoid a carrying violation by keeping their palms facing the floor while dribbling. Most basketball players slide their hand to one side of the ball when dribbling to better control the ball, directing it from left to right and vice-versa. So long as the ball does not come to rest this is perfectly legal. Moreover, dribbling this way allows more control and easier ball-handling. The problem arises when the ball-handler slides their hand too far down the side of the ball, having their hand below the ball. This is when the player is in violation and a carrying foul has been committed.
Crossovers, between the legs, behind the back, spinning the ball on a finger, scissors, and dribbling 2 basketballs at one time are some tricks you can perform with a basketball.
Cradling, is a way of moving the ball from one side of the field to the other, like dribbling in basketball or dribbling with your feet in soccer. normally only girls cradle a lot in a game, boys don't as much.