Timeout on the floor is a timeout called by a player or coach on either team. An official timeout is a timeout called by the officials and is generally a timeout for a television or radio commercial break.
That depends on what school the coach is at. Most schools, no. Some schools, however, will pay assistant coaches.
Only the head coach or a player on the field may call a timeout legally.
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If any challenge goes in favor of the coach, the timeout is not deducted. So for your question, No, the coach does not lose a timeout.
Yes, there are usually several assistant coaches on a basketball team. These coaches can be in charge of offense, defense, shooting, playmaking, and other parts of the game. The Washington team in the NBA has an assistant coach in charge of free throw shooting.
The coach can call a timeout
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Rick Pitino hired the first female to coach UK Men's Basketball. Bernadette Peters
Around $40,000,000-$60,000,000 an year
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It depends on your school policy about basketball. You need to ask your coach.
It depends on the expirence of the coach and how strong the basketball program is. For example, an assistant coach at William and Mary might make around $50,000 to $60,000 a year while the top assistant coach at Duke could easily make over $200,000 a year!
There is generally only one coach. The others, as not everybody can be the head coach, are usually assistant coaches. In years to come, most become head coaches.