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Three-step layup on the basketball issue

Thoce3692010-04-05 22:10:55 +0000 #1
layups when I play the ball usually received (ie the ball to, will hold the ball moves to do when) when the cross-step left foot will be adjusted, and then two-step layup. Is this not walk ah, but when I play less this step moves, and moves smoothly, and the play are usually difficult to find. Have some NBA players like the same as that holding the first step.
pure natural latex mattress2010-04-05 22:24:50 +0000 #2
nba now holding pad for such a step and then two-step layup identified as walking. Should be started two years ago. . .
Dkchina2010-04-05 22:40:13 +0000 #3
FIBA rules in this action is certainly walk

NBA game spectator to take care of this action has been lax tube
Unitary 8 _ Sanzo2010-04-05 23:10:50 +0000 #4
really not a young man
king11432010-04-05 22:38:06 +0000 #5
strictly speaking, this can be seen walking, FIBA is certainly so sentenced, but sometimes it also depends on

NBA referee for this walk, especially in fast-break time of contracting such a walk has always been lax, directly out of the new year rules allow such a walk, a step that is allowed after the ball after the pad or do layup shot
2818954772010-04-05 22:25:55 +0000 #6
James walk how do you learn it haha
River Ma2010-04-06 01:02:09 +0000 #7
FIBA definitely walk inside. . NBA in not

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