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In the NBA how many fouls are you allowed per game?


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2009-01-02 17:21:15
2009-01-02 17:21:15

In the NBA, you are allowed 6 fouls. After you get the sixth foul, you are out for the rest of the game.


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Six fouls are allowed in the NBA.

In the NBA a player is allowed up to 6 fouls. After a player has reached 6 fouls they're "fouled out" and cannot participate in the rest of the game.

You need six fouls to get fouled out in a NBA game.

a player is allowed 6 fouls before "fouling out" in an NBA game.

In the NBA you are allowed to have 6 fouls, but usually you get five fouls in high school, middle school, and college basketball.

It takes 6 fouls to get fouled out in a game of basketball in the NBA

You are allowed to foul six times. However, once you get the sixth foul, you will be fouled out of the game and will not be allowed to participate for the rest of the game.

in basketball you always get 5 fouls and then you are out. =)

A player only has up to five fouls from high school up to college, and the NBA allows six fouls before fouling out. A team; however, may foul as many times as they want, granted they have the players to do so. In my experience,only 5 fouls are allowed per basketball game. If you have 3, your coach may call a time-out and tell you to be careful. If you have 4 fouls, it is most likely that you will be taken out of the game unless there is not a large amount of time left in the game. 5 fouls are allowed in anything up to and including college. In the NBA, players are allowed 6. Five is the limit in international play.

Only five fouls in highschool and college, and six fouls in the NBA

In the NBA there's only two allowed per player/coach. If a player or coach get two technicals, they will be ejected (forced to leave) the game.

I think it should be unlimited team fouls, but 6 fouls for a player in the nba, 5 in College.

Collegiate and High School is 5 fouls........NBA is 6 foulsThat depends on what league you are referring too. In high school, NCAA basketball, Euro League (I believe), and FIBA Basketball, if a player receives 5 fouls, he's fouled out of the game. However in the NBA/NBA Development League (D-League), if a player receives 6 they get fouled out.

In the NBA if you get 6 personal fouls, or 2 technical fouls the referee will eject you from the game.

You are sideline for the rest of the game but in the NBA you can get six fouls before your out

Whether the fouls occur in a half or a full game doesn't alter the outcome. In college and international rules, a player can make 5 fouls before being disqualified from the game. In the NBA and other professional leagues around the world, 6 fouls are allowed. This is due to the longer game time (48 mins as oppose to 40 mins).

In the NBA you are allowed 6 personal fouls before being disqualified from the game. In high school, college, and international games it's 5 fouls before being disqualified.

A team can have no more than 6 team fouls

In the NBA, a player is disqualified upon picking up his sixth foul.

Six, one more than the amateur level.

you get 5 in high school same in college and 6 in the nba

Once you get 16 technical fouls, suspensions will result.

unlike in the NBA that the maximum of fouls is six, in a high school game the maximum of fouls you can commit is five fouls. I recommend you not to foul to hard because the ref can expel you from the game if he thinks that you did it on purpose. believe me it have happened to me. good luck.

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