no, just 2 halves or 3 periods
There are two halves, each half is 15 minutes long
A College Basketball game is 40 minutes long. 20 minutes each half.
There are 4 quarters in basketball. So the first and second quarters are the first half and the third and fourth is the second half.
College basketball is played in halves, with 20 minutes per half. Only high school and NBA play quarters.
In Men's College Basketball, games are divided into two 20 minute halves.
Half time is held at the halfway point in a basketball game. This usually means after second quarter (10 or 12 minutes each, depending on the league), but in US college basketball it is just after the first half (of 20 minutes).
no only in half time
In a basketball game, each half time period does not start the same way. The first half starts with a jump ball with the players at center court, although the following quarters simply have the teams rotate possession, and take the ball from out of bounds.
There are no innings in a basketball game. Each game is divided into sections. All levels have two halves. In college, each half is twenty minutes long. In high school and below, the halves are divided into eight (and sometimes, six) minute quarters. In the pros, quarters are twelve minutes long. There is a gap of several minutes between halves. Gaps between quarters are relatively short. If the score is tied at the end of regulation, then overtime periods of various lengths are played until a winner emerges.
two 20 minutes halves ... overtime periods are five minutes.
There are 20 minutes in a college basketball half.
middle school and high school are both 4 8 min quarters, college is 2 20 min half, and the NBA is 4 12 min quarters