Frank Lollino Jr.: Proper Dribbling

Posted: April 16, 2015 in Sports
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Frank Lollino Jr. coaching skills are much in thanks to his in-depth knowledge of the sport, which includes his knowledge of proper dribbling, which goes beyond the guidelines in the NBA Rule Book, which are below:

Frank Lollino Jr

Frank Lollino Jr

“a. A player shall not run with the ball without dribbling it. b. A player in control of a dribble who steps on or outside a boundary line, even though not touching the ball while on or outside that boundary line, shall not be allowed to return inbounds and continue his dribble. He may not even be the first player to touch the ball after he has re-established a position inbounds. c. A player may not dribble a second time after he has voluntarily ended his first dribble. d. A player who is dribbling may not put any part of his hand under the ball and (1) carry it from one point to another or (2) bring it to a pause and then continue to dribble again. e. A player may dribble a second time if he lost control of the ball because of: (1) A field goal attempt at his basket, provided the ball touches the backboard or basket ring (2) An opponent touching the ball (3) A pass or fumble which touches his backboard, basket ring or is touched by another player. PENALTY: Loss of ball. Ball is awarded to the opposing team at the sideline nearest the spot of the violation but no nearer the baseline than the foul line extended.”

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