you use a chest pass when the person who you are passing to is close enough.
when we are tired
If you use a bounce pass that is probably the slowest pass in bball, but if you are a slow chest passer then that would probably be slower. It really is just an opinion because each person throws the basketball differently. In my opinion I throw a bounce pass slower than a chest pass.
Chest passes are really good for center passes or when a team mate (eg: wing defence) is free, there light easy passes . but do not use chest passes in the goal thirds.. much much to risky, use lobs (high passes *one hand ) or shoulder pass, even a bounce pass is better then a chest.
It depends on how the player threw the ball. If he bounced it and it hit the recievers chest, it would be a bounce pass, if it went to the receiver without touching the floor, that is a chest pass
The slowest pass in bball is probably the bounce pass, but if you throw a chest pass slow then that will probably be slower.
When you are going to give a quick and short pass to your play mate. :D
A chest pass is a netball pass thrown from the chest of Player 1 to the chest, or slightly in front if running, to Player 2. It is done with two hands, and is a firm, flat pass
a chest pass is more direct and faster
Entering the left chest and exiting the right chest, a bullet would probably pass through both lungs, and may also pass through the heart.
The Bounce Pass in normally used to get round a defender. In our squad we only use the bounce pass to get around the taller defender. If you want you can use a bounce pass for the centre pass but its often better using a chest pass or a chest dummy pass/ ;) hope I helped babe :D
You use a shoulder pass when you are passing a further distance. Other wise, you use a chest pass for short distances, a lob pass when you want the ball to get over the player whom is defending you and a bounce pass for an escape.
a chest pass in basketball is where you throw or aim the ball between the upper chest to the upper hips when you are throwing it.
from the person with the ball`s chest to a team mates chest.
You would use a tape measure.
a pass that goes straight to other teamate
bounce pass, chest pass and over the head pass
THE answer is you can do a bounce pass,chest pass,
chest pass and lob pass
overarm throw, bounce pass or chest pass.
Chest pass, overhead pass, bounce pass, baseball pass
the clue is in the name really... its a chest pass and the ball is held at the chest, then released and the power comes from the elbows. the ball should be aimed at the team mates chest