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muns 07-18-2012 08:38 AM

Dunk in summer bball game
 
Don't think I have every seen this type of dunk before during actual game play. Was neat to see

Division II guard delivers easily the dunk of the summer so far | The Dagger: College Basketball Blog - Yahoo! Sports

Groundhog 07-18-2012 09:32 AM

I'm fairly sure that's a violation, double-dribble or travel? One of the two. Regardless, impressive. :)

AnalBumCover 07-18-2012 10:19 AM

I read this as "Drunk in summer bball game" and was expecting a different video altogether.

spleen1015 07-18-2012 10:19 AM

I'm not really that impressed.

Mizzou B-ball fan 07-18-2012 11:11 AM

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Originally Posted by Groundhog (Post 2689912)
I'm fairly sure that's a violation, double-dribble or travel? One of the two. Regardless, impressive. :)


Nope, it's actually legal. He bounced it high with one hand on top of the ball, so it's technically considered a dribble bounce and not a pass. Had he used both hands to bounce it up, then you are correct that it would have been a double dribble.

Logan 07-18-2012 11:20 AM

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Originally Posted by Mizzou B-ball fan (Post 2689936)
Nope, it's actually legal. He bounced it high with one hand on top of the ball, so it's technically considered a dribble bounce and not a pass. Had he used both hands to bounce it up, then you are correct that it would have been a double dribble.


So what's the distinction between a "dribble bounce" and a bounce pass in your explanation?

I think it's traveling.

Mizzou B-ball fan 07-18-2012 11:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Logan (Post 2689943)
So what's the distinction between a "dribble bounce" and a bounce pass in your explanation?

I think it's traveling.


If he pitches the ball underhand, then it's a travel unless he hits rim or the backboard. By bouncing it with one hand on top of the ball, it's a dribble, albeit a wacky, seldom seen version of one. He can go up and get that no different than if he were to lose control of a dribble and chase it down to continue dribbling the ball 20 feet away.


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