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The R Thu Dec 02, 2010 12:56pm

Spin move video
 
Seems to me when he is demos this move he commits an illegal dribble the first time, a legal move the second, and travels the third. Each time he does the move he changes something and does something different.

What do you think?


YouTube - Advanced Basketball Techniques : Spin Moves in Basketball

jritchie Thu Dec 02, 2010 01:02pm

man, he is outside, don't you know all that stuff is legal their! :)

Indianaref Thu Dec 02, 2010 01:07pm

"Earl the Pearl" Monroe would never travel with present day NBE.

The R Thu Dec 02, 2010 01:08pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by Indianaref (Post 704684)
"Earl the Pearl" Monroe would never travel with present day NBE.

+1 but most of his stuff was actually legal even in the olden days yes?

The R Thu Dec 02, 2010 01:09pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by jritchie (Post 704681)
man, he is outside, don't you know all that stuff is legal their! :)

Oops I forgot.
Legal in all three. Probably got fouled on the one where he missed the lay up.

BillyMac Thu Dec 02, 2010 06:35pm

Is It Ballet, Or Basketball ???
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Indianaref (Post 704684)
"Earl the Pearl" Monroe would never travel with present day NBE.

Quote:

Originally Posted by The R (Post 704686)
Most of his stuff was actually legal even in the olden days.

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stiffler3492 Thu Dec 02, 2010 07:31pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by The R (Post 704678)
Seems to me when he is demos this move he commits an illegal dribble the first time, a legal move the second, and travels the third. Each time he does the move he changes something and does something different.

What do you think?


YouTube - Advanced Basketball Techniques : Spin Moves in Basketball

You're right that he travels in the last one. The first one is interesting. As he's spinning, the right hand comes off the ball BEFORE the left goes on to push the ball down to the ground again (or vice versa). Is that legal?


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