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When running with the ball, when, after being laid I do not touch the ball how many steps can I take

q1231815222010-03-07 18:11:19 +0000 #1
that is, I ball movement, deliberately throwing the ball far point of its own to speed up with the go, then I can run for more than three steps do? After giving up goals is not in the hands of the ball! There is a problem is this: the so-called walking is not hand holding the ball away three steps do not make a shot or pass, after that walk it? It stands to reason that, as long as I do not get the ball in hand, you can easily take the number of steps you? Think so, right?
oyzt1192010-03-07 18:16:18 +0000 #2
you said right, the ball leaving your hands, and then back between your hands, in theory, you can take numerous steps.

The so-called ball walk just can not walk three steps or three steps above.
sszhzeek2010-03-07 18:21:49 +0000 #3
no ball Unlimited
dawn FREEDOM2010-03-07 19:33:34 +0000 #4
You say there is still a ball against the steps walk casually refers to the four-step calculation to go a layup or hand the ball without dribbling before the feet first move

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