its called double dribble
Scribble means to draw outside the lines purposely, almost like a preschooler would do. Dribble means, while playing basketball, to bounce the ball while moving up and down the court
you have to be able to be tall, dribble a ball, and able to run fast while doing it
Yes. It is not possible to travel while dribbling. The height of the dribble is also irrelevant.
double dribble is a basketball term it means to dribble ( bouncing the ball while running) thethe ball then stop bouncing the ball and start dribbling again. It can also mean to bounce the ball with 2 hands but that hardly ever happens
The best way to dribble a basketball is to have bent knees, while your arm is at 2'o clock position on an average clock and to use the other arm to protect the ball from being intercepted.
you can use this thing called a parachute to get your speed up.
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yes ,it is traveling for the simple reason that your pivit foot has to stay on the ground unless you dribble ,pass ,or shoot !UNLESS, another player touches the ball to cause you to lose control, like a blocked shot, then you begin to dribble
The word "dribble" is used most commonly to describe a basketball player bouncing the ball. In addition to this, in football (soccer), the word "dribble" can describe how a player continuously taps the ball with their feet while running with it up the field.