Whether the fouls occur in a half or a full game doesn't alter the outcome. In college and international rules, a player can make 5 fouls before being disqualified from the game. In the NBA and other professional leagues around the world, 6 fouls are allowed. This is due to the longer game time (48 mins as oppose to 40 mins).
This question can't be accurately answered as posed due to a myriad of unknowns - such as what sanctioning body (HS, NCAA, NBA, FIBA) rules are being used - but, in general, all non-player control team fouls committed after the offended team has reached the bonus will result in free throws being awarded.
Up to 5. But let's say player x has just gotten 5 fouls the next foul he gets he is disqualified.
5 fouls is when a Basketball player will be kicked out of a basketball game due to fouling out.
yes it depends of how good of a player he is
on player can have up to four fowls if they get 5 they are out of the game, and they are when a player slaps or hitts the other players arms (from hand to shoulder), or when a player blocks another player and moves they feet :-)
In the NBL you can get 6 fouls
4. On your 5th foul in college basketball you have fouled out of the game.
There is no such thing as fouls in volleyball. Well, a player can get a foot foul, and that is when the players foot touches or crosses serving line. You can get as many of those as you want. There really isn't any fouls in volleyball like there are in basketball
In most leagues it is 5 fouls until you are out. However, in some tournaments they can make up whatever rules they want so any number of fouls. But basically it is 5 fouls. -Kristen (I have played basketball for 6 years)