Yes. If the ball would land on side A side B would get a point! So pretty much whichever team messes up, the other team gets a point.
there are 2 different ways of scoring but mostly everyone scores by rally scoring. a team gets a point every tme the other team drops a ball on their court, hits it out or doesnt get it over. you need to understand the other rules also.
generally a game is to 21 or to 25. Rally scoring means that each play a point will be awarded to the team that scores the point. This is the opposite of scorinng only on serves. Rally scoring is the more common scoring in volleyball.
The scoring system works as follows, it is the same for singles and doubles so where player is used take it to also mean the team in a doubles match:Love* (being zero) then 15 , 30, 40 and if the player on 40 scores the next point they win the game. If both players have 40, then deuce is called and a player has to score two points in succession to win. At deuce they play for the advantage, if somebody scores a point they get the advantage, then, after scoring another point straight away, they win that game. If, while one player has an advantage, the other player scores a point, it goes back to deuce.So the answer to your question "What comes after 30 love?" (which means one person has scored two points while the other has yet to score) could be followed by the person with 30 scoring another point in which case it is 40 love or the other person scoring their first point which makes it 30 15.*Some people say it came from L'oeuf (egg in French) because of the shape of the number
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The rule for scoring in the wrong basket is that the other team gets the point
Add out is a term that was used before in scoring meaning that the receiving team had to win the rally to get serve, then they could start scoring points. While the opposing team is serving, the receiving team is in add out. This method of scoring isn't used anymore in rec leagues, high school, or college volleyball. It changed simply because the games were taking entirely too long.
rally scoring is when there is a point given every time the play is over unless it's a redo. example: if you miss a serve, it's the other teams point (or vise versa) example: if you hit the ball and the other team can't return it it's you point (or vise versa)
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Rally scoring is when there is a point scored on every play, regardless of who served, as opposed to side out scoring where the team that serves is the only team that can get a point.