It takes, 7 fouls in a half to reach the 1 and 1, at 10 fouls it becomes the double bonus
The opposing team gets a automatic 9999 points due to " the over foul limit " which is 7.
You need 7 team fouls to go to the line for bonus and 10 is double bonus.
A double bonus only applies to college basketball. It is when 10 fouls have been committed in a half, and every foul there on will result in two free throws.
NBAA personal foul is a foul committed by players of the same team. Those fouls committed by players are totaled up and added to the team known as "Team Fouls". For example if your point guard has 2 fouls and your power forward has 3 fouls that means your team would have 5 fouls total. In the NBA 5 team fouls would put the other team in the "Bonus situation" and your team in the "Penalty" where every single foul would result in TWO automatic free throws for the other team. Team fouls will reset after every quarter, however personal fouls will not. Six personal fouls will result in disqualification. NCAA (College)College is different. In college you get 7 team fouls before the "One-And-One Situation" During the "One-and-One" every foul by your team will result in ONE free throw for the other team, however if that person makes his/her free throw, he/she gets to shoot another free throw. If you get 10 team fouls the game will be in the "Double Bonus" where every foul committed by your team will result in TWO automatic free throws for the other team. There are TWO 20 minute halves in college, so the team fouls reset every half. However personal fouls will not. Five personal fouls will result in disqualification.
This applies ONLY to college basketball. The double bonus is when a team has more than 10 fouls in a single half. Every defensive foul after will lead to 2 free throws.
the bonus plus rule applies when a team reaches the set amount of shooting fouls in a half, usually 10. if the team commits another foul after the original ten, the opposing team has a chance to shoot two free throws. Regular bonus is when a team commits 6 fouls in a half and on the seventh, the opposing team has a chance to make two free throws, but has to make the first free throw in order to shoot the second.
A minimum of 10 players to a maximum of 15 players can be on a basketball team.
When one of the teams has 7 or more fouls in one half, the penalty is one free one-point shot, which if made gives another opportunity. When a team has 10 team fouls, 2 free one-point shots are given as a penalty. If a shot is successful, only one penalty shot is given (3-point play).
There is a minimum of 10 players and a maximum of 15 players for an NBA basketball team.
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When a foul is commited, you either shoot free-throws if it is in the act of shooting, or you retain possession. If the team that fouls has 7,8, or 9 fouls, you are in bonus and you shoot 1 and one (if you make the first free throw you get to shoot the other free throw and if you miss it it is up for grabs) and if the other team has 10+ fouls, you get to shoot both free throws. If the foul is in the act of shooting beyond the 3-point line, you get to shoot 3 free-throws.
57 University of Evansville vs Indiana State University 1-17-2009 Evansville In Missouri Valley Conference Not anymore! 2-23-09 #15 Kansas vs #3 Oklahoma 60 fouls total, (29 KU, 31 OU) 1-16-10 #12 Kansas State vs Colorado 68 total fouls November 12, 2010 Texas A&M 34 fouls Alcorn State 36 fouls Total: 70 EDIT: 91 fouls is the NCAA Men's Basketball Record and NCAA Division II Men's Basketball Record. Northern State had 51 fouls (an NCAA record for a single team in a game) vs Southern Indiana (with 40 fouls) in a triple overtime game on November 15, 1997 The Division I Record: 84 fouls between Arizona (50) and Northern Arizona (34) on January 26, 1953 The Division III Record: 80 fouls between Grinnel College, IA (46) and St. Norbert College, WI (34) on January 8, 2000
10 at least in a team, five on the field
No, you cannot.
There is a total of 10 basketball players on the floor at a time, but only 5 from each team.
This depends on what girls basketball team we are talking about. In the WNBA, there are 11-12 players on a team. In college, around 10-12, and in high school, around 10-15.
In basketball, there are usually 10-20 players in a typical team. However, only five players from each team are allowed on the basketball court at any one time.
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