Lets say hypothetically you are aplayer for the Los Angeles Lakers. It would be in your contract to stay in Los Angeles for as long as the contract requires. That meaning you could not leave the city without breaking the contract. If you do leave the city it would be breaking the contract do to a "traveling violation"
Movement while playing for your team is another such way to incur one fault where you run with the ball in hand and don't bounce it back
"Traveling" means that you are moving with the ball but not bouncing it properly on the court - just walking or running while holding the ball.
some rules in basketball are Back-court violation, Traveling, Goaltending, Out of bounds, Shot clock violation
yes it is an automatic violation
In basketball, if the player with the ball is moving (walking) without dribbling it is a violation called 'traveling'.
A traveling violation happens when you take more than two steps without dribbling the basketball. You are only allowed to take two steps without dribbling or else you have to shoot or pass.
You cant take three or more steps without dribbling the ball or else it is ruled as a traveling violation and will result in a turnover in the NBA.
girls basketballs are smaller , rims are lower less calls such as traveling violation and walking violation, courts are smaller. many people might not have heard of girls basketball because it is not really focused by the media or the the most famous channel ESPN
It is when you jump with the ball, and come down with it, and it is a traveling violation. I like cookies. do you like cookies? I like... pIE!!!!!
Traveling in any level of basketball is when the player with the ball takes two step without dribbling the ball. Once a player stops dribbling they can only move on foot and the other foot, the pivot foot must remain on the floor, if it moves the refs will then call a traveling violation.
The traveling violation occurs when person throws ball on the court and another player receives it and moves both feet without dribbling the ball.
Yes, traveling is a turnover.
No, It is not considered traveling.
it is considered a traveling violation
In basketball terms, a violation is the breaking of a rule that does not result from physical contact, except for charging. Examples of a violation are double dribbles, travelling, goaltending, and 24 second shot clock violation.
In any type of violation, the other team will get the ball.
A violation is when you brake a rule and the other team gets the ball :)
"Rolling" the arms; hold both forearms with fists clenched in front of the body, and roll them around each other several times.
If someone has a ball and they take two steps without bouncing it, it is traveling.
I do not no because teachers think year6s should know this stough when we dont even get taught about it.... Just my opinion. Georgia Hahn
An 8 second violation in the NBA is the same as a 10 second violation in college and high school basketball. An 8 second violation is called when the offense doesn't get the ball across halfcourt within 8 seconds.
a 3 second violation is when you stay in the paint for two long
lane violation goaltending violation offensive interference defensive interference kicked ball violation
The basic rules of basketball is violation, double dribble, offense, and defense. They are containing with basketball.
Very easily, but it takes skill because it can easily become a traveling violation. Just practice hesitation, basic dribbling moves and it will soon become easy.
There are many like the shotclock violation, 8second rule
If a ball-handler takes three or more steps without a dribble, this is called a Traveling Violation and results in the other team receiving possession of the ball. Traveling is one of the most common calls in the game of basketball, but is the main source of criticism for NBA officials. This is because many people say that there is no such thing as traveling in the NBA since it is never called, even in the most obvious of times.