He is ejected for a week or if in a tournament he is ejected for it all. However if a coach gets 2 technical fouls he shall be fired.
You can have six fouls or 2 technical fouls before being ejected from the game
on your second one, you are ejected from the game
If a player receives 7 technicals in the season/playoffs they are suspended. I believe if you commit two technicals in a game you get ejected and must leave and cannot participate in the game.
in 2010-2011 Dwight howard has the most number of technical fouls he has 16 technical fouls
5 fouls - exception - two unsportsmanlike fouls will also get you ejected.
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.
A player can only receive 7 technical fouls in a playoff seris before they get suspended for one game.
it is 6 dude/dudette
I'm not sure what is it you're asking, but I think it means "How many fouls can a player have until he gets ejected?" In that case, a player can hve up to six fouls.
Baron Davis and Blake Griffin were ejected for the Clippers. Lamar Odom and Ron Artest were ejected for the Lakers. After, the technical fouls on Blake Griffin and Ron Artest were recisinded.
2 technical fouls and 6 fouls
Why would you be ejected for fouling too much? There's no limit to how many foul balls a player can have.
0 times. he has had only 10 technical fouls on him in his whole career.
they get ejected which means they sit out for the rest of the game
Offensive, defensive, technical, and flagrant. Offensive is when your team has the ball and is trying to score and someone on your team fouls a defensive player. Defensive is the opposite of offensive. Technical is when a player or is being unsportsmanlike to a player, coach, or ref. If you are T'd up (called for a technical foul) twice, you are ejected from the game and may receive fines or suspensions depending on how often you get technical fouls and the reason you got the technical foul. Flagrant is intentionally fouling a player very hard, typically resulting in injury/ies. Examples are stopping a layup by checking someone with your body (imagine Shaquille O'Neal colliding with Steve Nash and think of the impact). If the flagrant foul is bad enough, it can become a flagrant 2. If you get a flagrant 2 you are ejected immediately.
The two most "major" penalties in basketball are technical fouls and flagrant fouls. Flagrant fouls are assessed when a player fouls another player with excessive force without making a play on the ball. Technical fouls are assessed to players who disrespect other players or the referree. Technical fouls are judgement calls by the ref. they can be called for cursing, taunting, attempted fighting, arguing or many more things.
Yes, but only in a very specialized instance. Only when a double technical is called and it is the second technical foul for one of the offenders. In this case, the player with the second technical foul is ejected and both teams will shoot free throws, which is not normally the case with double technical fouls. The team without an ejected player may choose their own shooter, however, the other team can select any player on the opposing team to shoot in the place of the ejected player. This is effectively the only time a player will come off the bench to shoot free throws. The only other instance this is a possibility is when a player is injured and must leave the floor prior to technical free throws being taken.
For the 2007-08 regular season, that was Baron Davis of the Golden State Warriors with 13. Kobe Bryant led the NBA in technical fouls with 15.
5 then hes thrown out of game