No. No matter what, you can't step on the out of bounds line when inbounding.
Yes. there are no "crossing the plane" rules in basketball. Its always about where your feet are touching the ground or where they were last touching the ground.
The base line in basketball is the out of bounds line!
if a defender kicks it over the line where their goal it is a corner
A defender in soccer moves up when the ball is close to the oposite net. If a striker from the other team stays back, one defender should stay to cover him. You could also try to make him offside by stepping up, but not past the halfway line.
The line is out in basketball. If a player has the ball and his toe touches the line, he is out of bounds.
the line that goes around the basket in a curve close to the out of bounds. go to http://library.thinkquest.org/12006/images/court.gif .... its the green line on the picture!!
Public Defender - 1954 End of the Line - 2.35 was released on: USA: 28 April 1955
The midcourt line in basketball exactly divides the basketball court into two equal sections. In the NBA the line is47 feet from each end line.
A free throw line in basketball is the line where the players who are fouled get to shoot the ball.
It is the rectanglular shaped area close to the basket where the players line up around when shooting free throws.
In a basketball stat line, PF stands for Personal Fouls.