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 the bench can call time out as long as their team is in possession of the ball
Anytime the team possesing the ball wants to as long as they have time outs left.
As far as college ball and the NBA are concerned, a team may call a time out when they are in possession of the ball or during a dead ball. A team may not call time out when they are on defense.
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.
you cannot kick the basketball. if someone on your team kicks it then it goes to the other team. it is a complete turnover that wastes your time
yes. but only on a dead ball. You can't call a defensive time out when the ball is in play.
A time out can be called after the first free throw in a two free throw situation, during live play (when the team has the ball- if the other team has the ball, you cannot call a time out), after the last free throw, and at any other stoppage of play (blood on the floor, official mistake, etc.).
each team can only take 6 time outs per game.
In high school basketball, how many time-outs can each team call?