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« Reply #2 on: Feb 25, 2006, 04:17:29 PM »

Basketball Double Dribble Statistical Analysis & Cases
Análisis Estadístico y Casos de Doble Drible en Baloncesto


• Player dribbles the ball inadvertently into his shoe
• El jugador driblea el balón inadvertidamente sobre su zapatilla


( para Traducción al Español= Ver a Continuación )

Player A brings the ball up the court while dribbling. The player dribbles the ball inadvertently into his shoe. He recovers the ball that is now still on the court. He picks the ball back up and begins dribbling.
Violation ? No violation has taken place because possession has been lost ?
Turnover ? Unforced ?



El jugador A avanza con el balón mientras está dribleando. El jugador driblea el balón inadvertidamente sobre su zapatilla. El recupera el balón que aún está dentro del campo. Recoge el balón y comienza a driblear.
Violación ? No hubo violación porque la posesión fue perdida ?
Pérdida de Balón ? No Forzada ?


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« Reply #1 on: Feb 01, 2006, 02:39:34 PM »

Basketball Double Dribble Statistical Analysis & Cases
Análisis Estadístico y Casos de Doble Drible en Baloncesto


• Doble Drible: Pérdida No Forzada ?
• Double Dribble: UnForced TurnOver ?


( for English Translation=See Below )

Conforme a las reglas un movimiento de drible es definido como:
"un movimiento del balón, causado por un un jugador en control, quien lanza o palmea el balón en el aire o hacia el piso."

Esas mismas reglas nos dan 7 formas de finalizar un drible, una de las maneras es cuando el jugador toca el balón con ambas manos simultáneamente.

Por lo tanto como primera respuesta - aguarde el análisis - a su pregunta es que estamos frente a una pérdida de balón no forzada ( y sólo si la cerrada defensa del oponente es causante de la acción, registraremos una pérdida forzada ).

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According to the rules a dribble movement is defined as:
"movement of the ball, caused by a player in control, who throws or taps the ball into the air or to the floor."

Those same rules give us 7 ways a dribble is ended, one of the ways is when a player touches the ball simultaneously with both hands.

So the first answer - wait for the analysis - to your question is that it is an unforced turnover ( and only if an opponent close defense caused the action we'll register a forced turnover ).


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« on: Feb 01, 2006, 01:18:20 PM »

Basketball Double Dribble Statistical Analysis & Cases • Análisis Estadístico y Casos de Doble Drible en Baloncesto

• Doble Drible: Pérdida No Forzada ?
• Double Dribble: UnForced TurnOver ?


( para Traducción al Español= Ver a Continuación )

A player has possession of the ball with both hands:
- he stoops down and puts the ball on the floor with both hands still on the ball.
- he stands up again with the ball still in his hands and
stoops down again and put the ball back on the floor with his both
hands still on the ball,  is this a double dribble call ?

What kind of basketball statistics rule: is it an unforced turnover ?

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Un jugador tiene posesión del balón con ambas manos:
- se inclina hacia abajo y pone el balón sobre el piso con ambas manos aún sobre el balón,
- se para aún con el balón en sus manos y cae nuevamente abajo y toca el piso con el balón aún en sus manos,  se trata de un caso de doble drible ?

Qué clase de regla estadística: se trata de una pérdida de balón no forzada ?


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