What are secondary violations and walking
playing basketball is a sport that many of us like very much, but many people still don't understand many basketball rules. So what are secondary violations and walking? Let me explain my opinion.
when playing basketball, everyone can only dribble once after getting the ball. If he stops dribbling, he can only choose to pass or shoot. If he dribbles again at this time, it is a secondary dribbling violation.
walking is a common mistake made by many basketball players. Walking can be divided into two cases, The first means that after you get the ball, you must dribble first before you can move your feet. If you don't dribble and your feet move at the same time, this is walking.
the other is that it's easy to walk in the process of three-step layup. Many people like four-step layup, Or a five step layup, it's all walking.
therefore, in the process of playing basketball, you must be careful not to move your steps before dribbling. After dribbling and stopping, Stop dribbling and practice the rhythm of three-step layup.