In the NBA it's a tie between Kobe Bryant and Donyell Marshall. They both tie on 12 three pointers in a game.
He tied Kobe Bryant's NBA 3pt record.
No. A basketball game cannot end in a tie, therefore, the teams will play as many overtime periods as needed to break the tie.
A tie game.
As far as college and NBA is concerned, there is no limit as to the number of overtimes that can be played before determining a winner of the game.
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No, at least not with the modern rules. Until a team scores more then the other team by either the fourth quarter or at the end of an overtime period, the game will keep going.
The 2010 NBA All Star Game. With 108,713 attendance to the game
Before a tie in any game, there is an extra "overtime" period, which is essentially another quarter or period of the game. If there is still a tie after this, there may be a second overtime, or tie listed in the standings.