Generally, it does not. However, if the game is very close and about to end (under a minute), the clock will usually stop. In high school, the clock only stops for timeouts, throwing the ball in bounds (after a foul or a timeout), or if an injury has occurred.
Depends on the league. For the NBA, a successful field goal under two minutes to play in each quarter is technically a dead ball therefore the clock stops. For the NCAA a successful field goal under one minute to play in the second half stops the clock. In high school a field goal under one minute of play in the second and fourth quarter stops the clock.
After a basket is scored, the opposing team takes the ball behind the base line, and need to inbound the ball to continue their possession.
there are 4 quarters and each go for 15 mins each
there is no shot clock in high school basketball
There is no shot clock for boys high school basketball
Its 12 feet
The 3 pt line in high school basketball is 19 feet 9 inches away from the basket.
19"9' from the basket to the 3-point line. Same as in high school.
Yes it is illegal at the high school level! Only college teams are able to do it on a rubberized surface or mat...no basketball courts.
In college basketball a half takes 20 minutes on the clock. In high school and in the NBA a half is 24 minutes on the clock made up of two 12 minute periods.
10 ft, same as the men.