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what happens when you travel

i want to tell the people why because when i play basketball they say i am traveling #travel #basketball

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M’s Answer

You are only allowed two steps after you stop dribbling. this is called traveling. Trying some exercises that focus on speed and dribbling to get better. Good luck
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Michael’s Answer

Hi Jorge,


You always have to be dribbling the basketball when you are moving (bouncing the basketball of the ground with either hand but not both at the same time. When you decide to pick up the basketball with both hands while moving, you can take a maximum of two steps to then either pass or shoot the basketball. If you take a third step before releasing the ball, you will be called for traveling.

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Patric’s Answer

If you take more than two steps without dribbling the ball then you will be called out by the referee for "move" or "traveling".
Practice dribbling casually even when your sitting idly, the more you dribble the more it becomes part of your routine. It will become as easy as walking. Practice dribbling and lay ups on a full-court.
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