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fklaile2010-03-16 08:10:54 +0000 #1
the so-called wrist turn is to dribble inside the ground when the palm of your hand at an angle exceeding 90 degrees, collectively referred to as wrist turn, others said they do not prop up the ball with wrist turn palms are all right, then prop up the ball palm, palm inside the angle with the ground what is the degree?
2002xxj2010-03-16 08:25:55 +0000 #2
palms prop up the ball a hundred percent for the 180 ° or 0 ° degrees! -
Rookie Affan2010-03-16 08:25:09 +0000 #3
is not the case, and in dribbling the ball when you care if the palm of your hand, wrist turn belong to the offense, if it is not a pure three-step layup, when such a statement
madeinchina1982010-03-16 08:19:19 +0000 #4
is not the case, and in dribbling, when If the palm rest the ball, wrist turn belong to the offense, if it is not a pure three-step layup, when such a statement
Jelly Pudding 777772010-03-16 09:20:12 +0000 #5
wrist turn now ruling is not very strict, because competition is fierce competition now, in order not to interrupt the exciting competition, "wrist turn" also gradually relaxed requirements, as long as you are now back of the hand is not parallel with the ground can be

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