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Old Sun Oct 14, 2018, 10:57pm
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Originally Posted by thedewed View Post
I don't agree, only the first is arguably the same motion as a behind the back dribble, and when it is caught in the other hand it's not a dribble. apparently that is the NBA interpretation as well. I don't believe there is a different interpretation, or at least wording, at the college level, but perhaps there is. I doubt it.
If it doesn't go to the ground, it was never a dribble to start. There is a case play that says a player that tosses the ball into the air and move and catches it has traveled. This is the same. The direction of the toss doesn't matter.
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