Yes it's called a steal.
answer to the riddle why did the basketball player need long arms: to reach his hands
It is a double dribble if you are dribbling it, but if you are passing it it's called a bounce pass.
Right before it is thrown or right when it bounces
Yes That IS Called stealing the ball out of somebody's hand
no. if both hands touch the ball at the same time, it cannot be dribbled again. it is called double dribbling.
If the basketball is carried in your hands for more than 2 strides is called a "travel" because you are traveling the ball from one position to the next.
This would be called a double dribble, and the opposing team would get possession of the ball
First of all, the sport is called basketball. Not a basketball. The objective is to dribble the ball down the court and shoot with your hands into the basketball net.
When you hold the player with your arms/hands to prevent him from moving.
uhm no!!!!!!!! its called playing basketball! that's what your suppose to do. as long as they don't hit the person while trying to get the basketball then its not even a foul
He can keep it for 3-5 seconds.
Don't dribble on me?
No. It's just simply a hand off or a pass.
Yes, as long as you do not make contact with the player themselves.
No because soccer yo can't use your hands and in basketball you have to use your hands.
You have to squeeze the ball with your hands. if its hard to do that. Bounce the ball on the ground. If it bounces up to like 3 or 4 feet up in the air when you just drop it. Then you have enough air.
It really depends on the situation and the ref, but in the rules a defensive player cannot make contact with an offensive player.
Hands down, Lebron is a much better basketball player than Kobe.
Hands down, Lebron is a much better Basketball player than Kobe.