- n flowing in drops; the formation and falling of drops of liquid
- n saliva spilling from the mouth
- n the propulsion of a ball by repeated taps or kicks
- v run or flow slowly, as in drops or in an unsteady stream
reports began to dribble in
- v let or cause to fall in drops
dribble oil into the mixture
- v propel, "Carry the ball"
dribble the ball
- v let saliva drivel from the mouth
- Sent to one of the thousands of sports schools that make up China's mammoth state-sponsored athletic system, he was forced to endlessly shoot and dribbleeven when the unheated .
- Problem: during soccer games, your child often has to bend down to retie her cleats' laces or risk tripping during a critical dribble-shot-score.
- His quick crossover dribble, with the help of a tiny shove, sent Utah Jazz defender Byron Russell to the floor.
News & Articles
- Dallas Mavericks Play Ball With West Residents
In an effort to get the April explosion off the mind of West residents, the Dallas Mavericks came to West to put on a cheer and basketball clinic. Kids were ecstatic to learn how play dribble and prepare a cheer routine the way the Mavs do.
June 17, 2013 - CBS 19 Tyler
- Boys' basketball: Max Hoetzel shows why he's a little unique [Video]
There aren't many 6-foot-8 high school basketball players who can shoot and dribble like a guard. That makes Max Hoetzel of Calabasas a little unique. He had 20 points on Thursday night, including two free throws with 4.9 seconds left,...
June 14, 2013 - Los Angeles Times
- Saugus native Allen Williamson prepares for a pro basketball future a continent away
Ten years ago, Allen Williamson was your typical Saugus kid signing up and playing in the Town Team Basketball League. Williamson learned to dribble, shoot, defend and develop as a team player on the Belmonte Middle School and Saugus High School courts. He was also often seen honing his hoop skills on the outdoor court at the Oaklandvale School in pickup games.
June 13, 2013 - Saugus Advertiser
- Luis Aragones in International Herald Tribune
Fernando is a great player,Spain coach Luis Aragones said. "He can go anywhere. Why not? He really has extra speed, he knows how to dribble and we always tell him he is so young he can learn everything and be one of the best players in the...
- LeBron James in USA Today
In giving his take on what happened, James said: "I watched it again, and I took a 'crab dribble,' which is a hesitation dribble, and then two steps."
- John McCain in Wall Street Journal
To dribble out these decisions, I think, can create the impression of incrementalism,Mr. McCain said.