The skill displayed is pivot in basketball. In basketball pivot is the act of keeping one foot on the ground while moving the other.
It is a basketball skill used to avoid a defensive player and also to find an opening on the court to make a shot or to dribble toward the basket.
Always remember that when you want to start dribbling toward a basket you pivot foot is your anchor and it should always remain grounded.
There are certain rules that govern the pivot skill in basketball which include Rotating around your pivot foot and not lifting the pivot foot from the ground until you start your dribbling or make a shot. Also, the pivot foot cannot be changed once established.
The correct answer to this question is Pivot. This skill is used in the sport of basketball. It involves the player rotating the ball around the pivot foot. Pivoting is essential because it allows a player to avoid the defensive player. It also allows the player to find an open spot in the court so that they can take a shot. Like all basketball skills, there are rules for it.
One is that the player can rotate around the pivot foot. Another rule is that the player shouldn't lift the foot that they pivot off the floor. One of the most important ones is that the player shouldn't hold the ball for more than five seconds. If it is longer than five seconds, the defense will gain possession of the ball.