As the game of basketball was developing, Naismith introduced the 13 original rules for the game in which 12 out of the 13 original rules still were used up until 1934. The only rule which was changed, was that a player was now allowed to dribble a basketball. The rule of dribbling the basketball was first used in 1896 at a basketball game at Yale University. With the introduction of the 13 original rules, Naismith created four fundamental principles which stayed in the game from 1891 to 1937. These four fundamental principles stated, Players with the ball must not make progress un less... [continues]
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