it is put on the sideline (at the place it crossed out of play) and restarted like a foul would be
no that is not aloud you have to pick from the 5 you have on the court when the technical foul happens
Yes. What will happen is that the last person to foul out will get called for a technical because there are no players left to play. The other team will get two technical foul shots, and the game will continue.
team foul technical foul personal foul
You can only get 7 technical fouls before missing a 1 game.
yes if you commited the technical foul
You get a fine and a 1 game suspension
Yes, a technical foul is assessed as a personal foul in high school basketball.
a technical foul
No it's when you foul Someone without touching him .
There is no such thing as an intentional technical foul in high school basketball. Fouls that would give a team 2 free throws and the ball to inbound include an intentional foul, a technical foul and a flagrent foul.
Ofcourse they can get the MVP award even though they have had a technical foul.......
technical is first
over and back 3 in the key defensive three seconds 8 second backcourt defensive foul offensive foul flagrant foul and technical foul two techs equals ejection from game
yes because it is a type of foul
no, it is a team technical
On February 29th, 2012, in a game between the Chicago Bulls and the San Antonio Spurs, Spurs guard Gary Neal was called for a technical foul for tying his shoe (5:31 left in the first quarter).
No. It would instantly be a technical foul.
A technical foul in basketball occurs when the players or the coaches show misconduct during the game. When this occurs, the referee will blow his or her whistle and point at the person that has shown misconduct. Then the best free-throw shooter on the team that has not received the technical foul will shoot two free throws, followed by that team receiving possession of the ball. Hope this helps.
Flagrant foul & technical foul