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Three-step layup on the issue! Acute

279,057,3412010-03-06 22:11:31 +0000 #1
layup Hold the ball with both hands to go two steps (right foot left foot about it)

and then stopped did not steal was standing on the ground count walk?

I always like other people saying that they have walking. . . Expert help to answer the next
Fire V Explosion2010-03-06 22:23:56 +0000 #2
This operator walking ah!

Has completed Step 2 is to not be followed by lay-walking!

However, there will be no pass things can not be stopped!
asd24932010-03-06 22:27:16 +0000 #3
is a walk
kang5cc2010-03-06 23:32:56 +0000 #4
count walk
cpped2010-03-06 23:32:43 +0000 #5
Of course not, three-step offense Mody, take three steps be considered illegal by definition, two steps is not a foul. As long as you maintain a golden rooster standing, the other foot does not fall not go without.
Griffin is my2010-03-06 23:41:58 +0000 #6
walking definition: ball moving beyond the scope permitted by the walking. Rules vacated the ball, feet have touched the ground to the first floor in the foot for the center pin. At the same time the feet, the feet can do the central pin (after moving the foot as the Central feet) feet to the central lift passes and shots, but can not dribble. Lifted when the hub is called a pass or shot the ball from the hand before the central feet can not touch the ground. Dribble the beginning, must be the first to hand the ball before they can bring the central foot. Failure to do is walk
a656047622010-03-06 23:55:28 +0000 #7
walking more like a
wujing20030772010-03-07 01:43:25 +0000 #8
This is really walking you should be a continuous three-step is the shots
54 smart people2010-03-07 00:47:31 +0000 #9
counted do not you walk three steps to stop the Well after listening to you so do not even walk! Ha ha!



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