A dead ball foul is a term in which the ball has not been inbounded, the clock is stopped, thus a "dead ball," and a foul has been commited.
Dead ball refers to any period of the game when the clock is not running.
after a free throw (which is a dead ball situation) if they miss the basket and you catch 'the rebound'
Yes. The only time it would not be live is if the batter, when swinging, hit the ball with his/her hands it would be a dead ball.
At a foul, time out, dead ball, etc.
It dosn't, but as soon as batter touch ball, ball would be dead and runner would have to return
Yes. When the ball remains out of play the clock is stopped.
yes. but only on a dead ball. You can't call a defensive time out when the ball is in play.
A deadball in basketball is when someone who is dribbling the ball, stops dribbling. That person is just stuck in that spot until a teammate comes to retrieve the ball. You can only be "dead" for 5 seconds with a defender on you.
You can substitute a player after a free-throw, during a timeout, or when the ball is dead and the clock is stopped.
As many times as a coach wants to, when there's a dead ball.
Yes, there are dead basketball players.
yes. if a missed free throw does not hit the rim, its a dead ball and possession goes to the opposing team.
If the basketball touches the side of, or goes over, the backboard, then the ball is called out of bounds and the play is called dead.
Yes but there are exceptions. You're only allowed to move after a team scores. If it is a dead ball, then the referee tells you where to inbound the ball and that's the only spot you can inbound the ball.
When the ball is thrown and it hits the ground it's dead. Or if the runner loses the ball after his knee is down the ball is dead. And in cases where flags are thrown the ball and the play is dead.
Here it is not a dead ball.
I guess it is called dead ball when the ball touches the ground.
No, the only times where one can call a timeout is when their team has possession of the ball or when there is a dead ball, which means the clock is stopped (out of bounds, foul called, etc.).
5 people on offense and defense, they have to be the same players, and if you want to substitute someone, you have to wait for the next dead ball
No, the ball is not dead.
In MLB, the ball is always live unless by rule the ball becomes dead or the umpire calls time out. In other leagues, it will depend on the rules for that specific league.
It is a dead ball and the runner is out. If the ball hits two runners, only the first runner is out, because the ball is immediately dead when it hits the first runner.
So the ball will not lie dead on the floor when you bounce when you pump air in it it will be lighter and bounce higher if you slam it hard enough
A ball is considered dead when it goes out of bounds or is fumbled.
No, the ball is not dead and the batter may attempt to hit it.