As basketball season begins. Let’s do a quick review of the rules of the game. We will start with Double Dribble

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In basketball, an illegal dribble (colloquially called a double dribble or dribbling violation) occurs when a player ends their dribble by catching or causing the ball to come to rest in one or both hands and then dribbles it again with one hand or when a player touches it before the ball hits the ground. The dribble also ends when the dribbler palms/carries the ball by allowing it to come to rest in one or both hands. This is a palming/carrying the ball violation if the player continues with another dribble.

Please see the video below for example:


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Lets not forget palming the basketball and traveling. The way players dribble now days is palming and traveling. You can't hold the ball in the air and take a step or two.

Sad, what this great game has become.
 

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In basketball, an illegal dribble (colloquially called a double dribble or dribbling violation) occurs when a player ends their dribble by catching or causing the ball to come to rest in one or both hands and then dribbles it again with one hand or when a player touches it before the ball hits the ground. The dribble also ends when the dribbler palms/carries the ball by allowing it to come to rest in one or both hands. This is a palming/carrying the ball violation if the player continues with another dribble.

Please see the video below for example:






Damn dude, really? You may wanna seek professional help because it's obvious you can't get past this.
 
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shock therapy would probably work best. I have an extra training collar we used on my lab for bird retrieving lessons.