It goes to Overtime (in other words, they add an extra quarter to the game), which is 5 minutes long. The team who has the highest points after the overtime ends up winning the game. If they are still tied after the overtime, they have another overtime, and they continue having overtime until one team gets a higher score than the other after the overtime.
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No. A basketball game cannot end in a tie, therefore, the teams will play as many overtime periods as needed to break the tie.
No it is impossible for a regular season baseball game to end in a tie. The longest game ever played was 26 innings long. No tie there.
Yes. A checkers game can end in a tie, or draw.
at the end of a game when the game is tied
No. The game would continue through successive overtimes until somebody scored. No postseason game can end in a tie.
You go into overtime. It would be 5 extra minutes
Nope. The refs will allow that.
no you go into over time:) If a game ends up in a tie then you would go into over time. The quarters would be 5 minutes long and then at the end of the 5 minutes which ever team is ahead will win. However, it is still tied at the end of the 5 minutes then you will continue to play 5 minutes every quarter until there is a winner at the end of one of the quarters.
Depends. If the game is one of the first-round games going for points, then the game can end in a tie. If the game is an elimination game where a loss counts as elimination, a tie is not allowed. Instead, if a tie is present at the end of a 90-minute regulation game, an extra 30 minutes are played. If the tie remains after another 30 minutes, a penalty-kick shootout takes place. The penalty-kick shootout will continue until a winner is declared.
they dont they have a tie breaker where the two pichers duke it out for the win