Basketball Rules and Regulations

If you are dribbling the basketball in your side of the court what can cause a back court violation?


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2015-07-16 18:31:46
2015-07-16 18:31:46

I.) The failure to bring the ball from the backcourt into the frontcourt in the allotted 10 seconds.

II.) After offense brought the ball to frontcourt, if any player on offense causes the ball to be in their team's possession on the backcourt that is a violation. (once you cross the half court you can't touch that half court line or cross it).

If the defense deflects the ball into the backcourt and the offense recovers the ball, it is not a backcourt violation.

I could not find any document on this and basically describing it on my experience.


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