Double Bounce is a very fun Basketball game that doesn't require a lot of running around and sweating.. the rules the game are, It starts out with one person taking a shot from the foul line, if they make that shot they get 2 points, now because they made that shot they get to keep taking foul shots to rack up as many points as they can (each foul shot is only 1 point after already receiving the 2 points) Now when they miss the next person in line has to let the basketball bounce 2 times before he or she can pick it up.. once it bounces twice that person has to throw it where they got the ball on the 2nd bounce.. then that person shoots if they get it they receive 2 points and then they go to the foul mark and keep shooting for 1 point until they miss.. once they miss the 3rd person wait 2 bounces and it repeats itself, also if a player waits 2 bounces and shoot where they got it and miss then the next person waits 2 bounces and so forth. Also if a person does NOT catch the ball on the 2nd bounce they lose there turn and the next person in line shoots it where the ball bounces the 2nd time.
When the ball is thrown/shot by the goal shooter or goal attack in the circle and it misses as rebound is to catch the ball by jumping up to meet it as it falls through the air.
A rebound in netball is when a player is shooting and it bounces off the ring or the post.
yes you can
when you have taken a shot, follow your shot to the hoop and if it hits the ring you will then hopefully get the rebound meaning you can have another shot:)
sure, as long as you do not contact your defender. if you are worried, ask your coach or the umpire during training or before a match. :)
you play netball on a netball court :)
The Rebound was created in 2009.
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You can go onto netball websites like netball Australia and district netball, too.
Netball was invented in 1892 but was called Women's Basketball not Netball.
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