An 8 second violation in the NBA is the same as a 10 second violation in college and high school Basketball. An 8 second violation is called when the offense doesn't get the ball across halfcourt within 8 seconds.
If the player doesn't move the ball out of the backcourt in 10 seconds it is a violation and the possession goes to the other team.
in the NBA there is a 8 sec backcourt violation but in boys college and jr/sr high school it is 10 secs
There are many violations of basketball. You can not move with the ball when you are not dribbling. That is called a travel. The only exception is when you take two steps for a layup. You can not dribble the ball, pick it up, and then dribble again. That is called a double dribble. If you are on offense, you can not stay in the key for longer then 3 seconds or else you will get a 3 seconds call. You have 5 seconds to throw the ball in when it is out of bounds. If you don't get the ball inbounds in time it will be a turnover. You have 10 seconds to get the ball down the court onto the opposite half to which the ball was thrown in. If you don't get it across halfcourt on time that will be a turnover. These are just a few of the many violations.
First of all, it's NBA (National, not Professional) Second, 10 feet.
a 20 second time out is actually 20 seconds long
There is no time allotment in girls basketball. They can take as much time as they want. There is a 10 second rule in boys high school and college ball. The NBA has an 8 second rule.
No, there is no 10 second rule in women's NCAA basketball. However, there is a 30-second shot clock. A team in possession of the ball can spend the entire 30 seconds in the back court and never bring the ball over the half court line. As a practical matter, teams are trying to score, and they move the ball up the court quickly. The lack of a 10 second rule does not have a significant impact on the game, in my opinion.
Traveling Walking Backcourt Violation Over-The-Back foul Shooting Foul Offensive Foul Reaching in foul On the pass foul Blocking Foul Charging Three seconds in the key Eight Seconds Backcourt Five seconds Inbounding Out Of Bounds Shot Clock Violation Flagrant Foul Technical Foul Lane Violation 10 seconds Free Throw Violation Carrying I think that's it. -David
The definition of the word femtosecond is basically it's a SI united of time equal to 10 to 15 seconds. It is approximately equal to one quadrillionth of a second.
The Philippine Basketball Association (PBA), is a men's professional basketball league in the Philippines composed of 10 company-branded franchised teams. It is the first and oldest professional basketball league in Asia and the second oldest in the world after the NBA. The league's regulations are a hybrid of rules from FIBA and the NBA.
Edward Dawson - basketball - was born on 1907-10-10.
David Monds - basketball - was born on 1983-10-10.
From the definition of the prefices mega and nano, it is simple to see that the answer is 10^15 or a quadrillion.