yes. but only on a dead ball. You can't call a defensive time out when the ball is in play.
No, the only times where one can call a timeout is when their team has possession of the ball or when there is a dead ball, which means the clock is stopped (out of bounds, foul called, etc.).
You can call a timeout whenever you would like to.
Coaches and quarterbacks can call a timeout on the field during a college football game.
Yes, the assistant can call a timeout, players on the court can also call timeouts.
No you can't.
they will give you a penalty
10 seconds. In college if they call timeout they get a fresh 10 seconds when the ball in inbounded again. In the NBA they only get what time was left on the clock when timeout was called.
The coach can call a timeout
Anytime the team possesing the ball wants to as long as they have time outs left.
a team can call 20 second timeouts or 1 minute timeouts (full)
Coaches or players call timeouts for several reasons. One common reason to call a timeout is to change the momentum of the game. If an opposing player is getting in three-pointer after three-pointer, you might want to call a timeout and hope it disrupts his hot streak. Another reason is to substitute players in. When you want to substitute a player in, the player won't be able to go in until game play stops. Timeouts can do stop a game. Also, another reason to call a timeout is for the coach to tell the players something he wants to say. For example, a coach might call a timeout to tell the players to stop being weak on defense, or to draw up a play when the game is on the line.
The 30-second timeout is to correct a play call or injury within the 2-mintue mark. The 30-second timeout is to correct a play call or injury within the 2-mintue mark.
Only the head coach or a player on the field may call a timeout legally.
Any player on the field of play or the head coach of the team may call a timeout.
Yes, but not just in Ohio it's like that everywhere including the NBA.
yes but if he loses the challange it will cost a timeout No. A penalty is the result of a judgment call by the referee and is NEVER allowed to be challenged, neither in college nor in the NFL.
A player on the field or the head coach
the 28 foot mark line on the basketball court is basically the timeout line. it is generally in front of a teams bench. if u watch nba games sometimes u will see players run to that lineand call time out