what are bonus points
how are the rules in girls basketball different fro the ones we have now
4 quarters of basketball at the high school. Eight minutes each.
No, that is a violation of NCAA rules.
Depends on your state rules. Minnesota - NO.
the exact same as any other.
The rules for middle school basketball are nearly the same as the rules for professional basketball (i.e. the NBA).Some examples:You cannot run with the ballYou have a shot clockYou cannot foul othersYou cannot step back over half-court once you have possession of the ball
The added backboards, rims, rules and many more.
There are different signals in basketball but if we talk about the first rule, James Naismith was the first person ever to published the basketball rules in 1891. The early rules and signals were quite different from the current signals. But more or less it is evolved from James Naismith's published rules.
It depends on the P.E. teacher. Really, elementary basketball doesn't have perfectly set rules, and they vary from school to school.
there are lots of rules in basket ball and many different sets of rules, such as FIBA or highschool basket ball
It depends on if the college lets you or not. Different colleges have different rules about the laptops the they lend you.