There are quite a few steps and procedures that need to be followed when playing basketball. One step is to decide which side of the court the groups are on.
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Two steps or more without dribbling is called travelling
the player took 3 steps without dribbling so the ref called a travel
The person who puts together steps for a ballet dance is called a choreagrapher?
no, youll be called for a travel. no matter how you hold the ball, you cannot take three steps.
the "no-charge zone" in basketball is a little half-circle below the rim. once a player steps into that half-circle than a charging penalty cannot be called.
If the player saves the ball and than steps out of bounds than no he can not touch it until another player does
You're allowed to take as many steps as needed while dribbling the basketball, but while not dribbling and driving to the hoop, you're only allowed 2 steps while holding the basketball running towards the goal.
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It's called 15 Steps by Radiohead and it's AwESOMEE
The difference between basketball and netball is that in basketball you can take more than 2 steps and dribble up the court, but in netball the most amount of steps you can take is 2 and you are put in certain positions. Another difference is that netball is played in thirds and basketball in halves.
If someone has a ball and they take two steps without bouncing it, it is traveling.
You cannot take more than 2 steps without dribbiling or it will be called travel and the ball would go to the other team.
You can take three steps but you have to shoot on the third
In basketball, you are allowed to take two (2) steps when going in for a layup.
What happens to a person if he doesn't go to court when called?
no, not if you have the ball, unless you are continuously dribbling it. Otherwise, you can take as many steps as you want.
on average a person takes about 3,000-5,000 steps a day . you should take at least 10,000 steps a day :]
if still or not in stride, one step and a pivot; if in stride, you can take two steps
This steps is a travel at most levels of basketball, with an exception of extremely young leagues. The maximum amount of steps a player can take without traveling is 2 steps. Even though traveling is probably the most commonly ignored penalty in professional basketball, so it would not surprise me if someone thought something like that.