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drib·ble

(dri'bĕl),
1. To drool, slaver, drivel.
2. To fall in drops, as the urine from a distended bladder.

drib·ble

(dri'bĕl)
To drool, slobber, drivel.
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In this instance, he dribbles right, as 4 and 2 set a decoy double screen, 5 pops out to the high post, and 3 slides to the corner area.
5, Dribble Penetration Into the Lane: Ball-handler 1 drives into the lane and draws the offside defender to him, as shown.
As 1 dribbles right or left, 2 and 3 break out simultaneously.
No Dribble: The attacker cannot dribble unless he's going in for a layup.
6: 2 receives the pass from 1 and dribbles toward the wing, looking low for 4 on the post.
1 dribbles across the top off a pick set by 5 at the top of the key, as 2 begins his normal v-cut to the top.
Depending on 4's quickness off the dribble or long-range shooting capability, X can close out closer or farther away than the usual one-arm's length.
He needs to deny Hassankhail and force the ball into the hands of Birmingham players who don't dribble as well.
The first B player dribbles in and passes to K-2, who back-passes to A, who dribbles and shoots.
As the point guard dribbles past the foul-line extended, the ballside low post player immediately sprints to the ball and sets a screen on the ball, so that the point guard can use it to dribble to the middle of the floor (Diag.
1 will cut off his dribble and pass to #5, who will take the shot or look for #4 posting hard.
Upon receiving the chest-pass return from player 4, player 1 dribbles hard at the last cone beside the free-throw line extended, makes an inside-out dribble move around the cone and finishes with a lay-up.