Generally speaking, no.
The rules change a little from place to place, but in most professional Basketball leagues all players on the court can call a time-out if theur team is in posetion of the ball.
They only get 5 timeouts per half!
You only get three timeouts per half ther is no thirty second time out in football you are thinking of basketball where there are full timeouts and twenty second timeouts not nfl but rather nba
In college, teams are only allowed five timeouts per game. However, if the game goes into overtime, the teams are given one extra time out for that five minute overtime. This continues for every additional overtime, if necessary == == Each Team get 4 - 75 second timeouts and 2 - 30 second timeouts for the game
The coach can can call a timeout anytime when the ball is not in play. He/She only has two timeouts per game, though.
It Can be called anytime during playing time except at half time. You also are only alllowed a certain amount of time outs per game.
No. You can only do it on offense.
a coach mainly calls the time out, but a player can do it if they have permission by the coach (unless they're team captain). you can also only call a time out if you're on OFFENSE. if you're defending and you call a time out, its a violation. a coach mainly calls the time out, but a player can do it if they have permission by the coach (unless they're team captain). you can also only call a time out if you're on OFFENSE. if you're defending and you call a time out, its a violation.
10... because they have only short stamina....
Each player is allotted one time out, but only 5 players can call a time out on each team. This is why you see batters step out of the boxes, because they have called a time out to stop the clock
No he's only in COD4, mw2 and mw3
A coach can only call time out when his team has the ball, he cannot call it once the other team has it. A player can also call time out.
yes. but only on a dead ball. You can't call a defensive time out when the ball is in play.