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Is it incorrect to shoot basketball with two hands?

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No, it is not incorrect to shoot a basket ball with two hands.

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Just hold it with two hands then push and let go at the same time.


the game of basketball is played on a court divided into two halfs with a basketball hoop on each end. On ech end of the court there is a three point line to shoot behind, a freethrow line to shoot free throws on and a lane where you can only stand in for three seconds.




To get two points you could shoot a basket because one basket equals two points. Or two free throws.


There isn't a lap shot but there is a lay up shot which is where you take two steps and then shoot


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There are many basketball chants you can use, but here's a simple one... Shoot for Two, Dragons, Shoot for Two. There are many websites you can find with 1000s of chants you can use. Some even have pictures and videos if you have a hard time putting motions to your words. Just google it.


If you shoot it from the big marked circle closest to half court but not at half court and in then it is worth two points, but if you shoot it and make it outside of that circle you get 3 points.


Yes, there is no rule stating that you must use only one hand. In the early days of the NBA, the 'two hand set shot' was one of the popular shots. A player would stand with the ball in both hands at chest height and shoot. Click on the 'Two Hand Set Shot' link below to learn more about it.


When you have the basketball, you dribble across the court, and shoot into the hoops (Or you can pass). If you do that without a foul, you get two points. If you shoot from the three-pointer line, you get three points. You can also do free shots, but you'll need to receive a foul for that. If you make one, you get a point, make both, you get two. The team with most point wins!


These two half circles are at at either sides of the lengths of the basketball court. They are the boundaries across which if a player shoots then it is a 3 point shoot.


one on one, horse, who can dribble the longest, who can shoot as many shots from wherever in _____ tries and ............ yeah


Generally a point guard, who starts the play. Two wings, who tend to be good at dribbling and shooting, and two posts, who are bigger, and shoot close to the basket.


When you dribble the ball, stop and hold it, then continue dribbling. Or when u dribble the ball with two hands :)


Since dribbling the basketball with TWO hands is called a foul, dribbling with ONE hand must be just dribbling. IS there a special name for one-handed dribbling?


for some its just a regular shot ( about 4 people in the nba shoot like that), for others that joke, they call it a prayer


It is a double dribble if you are dribbling it, but if you are passing it it's called a bounce pass.


This would be called a double dribble, and the opposing team would get possession of the ball


In 1891, a physical education instructor at a YMCA Training School in Massachusetts invented basketball as an indoo activity for boys. The game began with two peach baskets tied to balconies and a socer ball used to shoot baskets. Two years later, two college teams began to play basketball. The game's popularity has increased continuously eve since.


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