Basketball Rules and Regulations

Parent Category: Basketball
A category with questions about the rules and regulations of basketball. Including questions about topics like: the distance of the three point line, free throw line, and types of fouls.
A goal is also referred to as a hoop. It is what you shoot the ballinto in order to get points.
If you are NOT dribbling and you are holding the ball on the floor, and you get up without dribbling that is considered traveling.
The difference between an intentional foul and a flagrant foul isthat a flagrant foul is a serious personal foul. This means thatthe player got fouled very violently and it could have injured theplayer. Flagrant fouls also include a player getting hit above theshoulders with an elbow or any other...
Sports teams sell tickets to everyone no matter what team theylike. They sell tickets for all the open seats. Some seats they cannot sell because people may have season tickets, but that is adifferent story! So there is no number on how many tickets you cansell to the opposing team!
Each made foul shot adds 1 point to a teams score.
Not a technical but it is a foul and if the person makes the freethrow then it's the other teams ball but if they miss it is a liveball
Actually they are no types of personal fouls in a basketball game,they are only diferent types of fouls, a personal foul is one kindof foul in basketball like charging, screening, illegal use ofhands etc.
The standard distance is 15 feet.
The crowd goes wild and the other team gets the ball
Kenny himself says he recalls getting about 8 tecnical fouls!
Answer In basketball the free throw line is 15 feet away from the Basket.
If one of the five players on the team get fouled out of the game and you don't have subs you just play with only 4 players.
There is no 7th position in basketball. There are only 5 people onthe court at once.
The NBA didn't actually adopt the 3 point field goal until the 79-80 season. It was 23 feet, 9 inches, which is what it is currently after changing for 3 seasons back in the 90s.
1. You have to dribble the ball and when you stop you can't dribbleagain 2. You cannot travel, which means you can't run with the ball 3. You can not tackle or slap or punch or anything like that,otherwise it will be called a foul 4.You can only stay in the key for 3 seconds 5.If you are on the...
This is a basketball court
as needed. Therr is no set time frame
nothing really they mark it on the score sheet and then the person you fowled gets to shoot, they only take action if you have 4 fowls, then you cannot play for the reast of the game
The regular NBA season finishes in the month of May each year. Theplayoffs are then played until the middle of June each year.
on your second one, you are ejected from the game
they can if they want i guess but who eally cares about the C
1. You can not dribble with 2 hands 2. You can't take more than 2 steps without dribbling
No, you are thinking of double dribbling. Traveling is when aplayer takes 3 more step in a row without dribbling.
Usually it is the assist only counts if one dribble or none istaken however the rules change when a player passes to anotherplayer on the fast break. They will often be rewarded with anassist if they take two or more dribbles.
The most common shot in basketball is a layup.
Yes and no. If someone else touched the ball, then you are eligible to touch the ball again. If no one touched it and you grab it again, it is considered traveling.
Yes, if he is quick enough to get to it before everyone else.
Basketball is a physical sport and involves running up and down thecourt multiple time. As well as, other physical activities.
The official height for an NBA court is 10 feet.
If the refs make that big a mistake, then they shouldn't be reffing. That usually NEVER happens in a game. If it does, however, the proper player MUST shoot both free throws (the only time that another player who wasn't fouled can shoot is if the player fouled is injured).
The player who is fouled shoots one free throw and then whoever gets the rebound gets possession or if the shot is made Team B gets the ball.
The game of basketball is scored with 1,2 and 3 point shots.Players get 1 point for foul shots, 2 points for any field goalthat is not beyond the 3 point line, and 3 points for shots beyondthe line.
After a basket is scored, the opposing team takes the ball behindthe base line, and need to inbound the ball to continue theirpossession.
The referees do not choose. It is as if it where the beginning ofthe game and a player from each team tips the ball.
In order to dunk a basketball, you have to first be able to jump high enough to be able to get your hand above the rim of the basket. Dunking, then, is forcing the ball down through the basket from above as opposed to shooting a basket which involves arcing the ball up and into the basket from below...
They happen because a person was fouled while shooting
A basketball court is 94 feet long and 50 feet wide.
Once you get 16 technical fouls, suspensions will result.
No, a basketball player is not allowed to throw the ball up in theair before attempting their foul shot. Players are able to do anypreparation that will help them, but are not allowed to release theball into the air before shooting.
it is illegail during a basketball game nd you will be called on it double drible is a rule
It is a travel where you jump to shoot or pass and end up just landing still in possesion of the ball
There are several skills used in the sport of basketball. It helpsto have height, and skills such as speed and agility are useful, aswell as hand-eye coordination, and ball control.
Pivoting is when you have the ball and moving one foot only while the other is foot is stationary so you can see around you. Since you cannot move when you have the ball withough dribbling, this gives you more options.
All fouls are classified as on the floor fouls, other thantechnical fouls (which usually occur from unsportsmanlike conductwith a referee or opponent). A standard announcer will say "There is a foul on the floor...."just to start out the announcement. Although there is a difference between a floor...
it is the half court line which separates the different halves.
The rule states that you cannot spend more than 10 seconds before you shoot a free throw. However, Tim Duncan takes close to 10 seconds to shoot each free throw.
so that the official may know who commited a foul\n
If the ball goes off the rim and over the backboard then it is out of bounds. If it goes off the rim and hits the top of the backboard but falls back in play on the front side of the backboard, then it isn't out of bounds.
yes it is an assist if you inbound it but he needs to shoot it quickly
An official NBA hoop, like a hoop in high school or college, is ten feet high.
For males, no. For females, yes. For males, the high school three point line is 19 ft, 9 inches away from the center of the hoop while the college three point line is 20 ft, 9 inches away from the center of the hoop. This rule became effective during the 2008-2009 season when the NCAA committee...
Yes. it can be done in a completely legal fashion. you can see it in action in the related link.
This question is in both the Baseball and Basketball categories. For Baseball, there is no rule specifying the width of the foul line. However, probably between 2" and 3" is sufficient. Someone else will have to answer for Basketball.
The composition of a basketball game is what the game is made upof. The composition includes players, a ball, and two nets.
you have ten seconds from when the ref hands you the ball to when you shoot
you mainly need skills to play basketball although height is nice to dunk. sombody who is average height but has a lot of skillage can whoop sombody with height like shaq. also swagger is very important for playing basketball, if you dont have any swagger than u cant win anything.
No it depends on if it is a running clock or not.
19.75 feet (6.02 m): NCAA (women), high school 20.5 feet (6.2 m): International, WNBA 20.75 feet (6.32 m): NCAA (men) 22 feet (6.7 m) to 23.75 feet (7.24 m): NBA
Shooting Foul Technical Foul Clear Path Foul Defensive 3 Seconds If your team has 4 fouls, every foul since then will be followed by free throws. I believe that's all im not sure though.....
When the referee throws the ball up between two players to start a game, that is called a jump ball .
\nfrom the base line (the wall behind the hoop)
It is 19 feet 9 inches from the front of the rim in middle school,highschool, and college.
The count starts usually after the referree hands the person inbound passing the ball. This person has (5) seconds to get the ball inbound to another one of their team mates.
As soon as the player out of bounds has the ball in their hands. Incases where the ref has been waiting for a player to take the ballout of bound, they may lay the ball on the floor and begin tocount.