Best Answer

It takes 6 fouls to get fouled out in a game of Basketball in the NBA

User Avatar

Wiki User

โˆ™ 2011-05-03 05:19:48
This answer is:
User Avatar
Study guides
See all Study Guides
Create a Study Guide

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: How many fouls does it take to foul out in the NBA playoffs?
Write your answer...
Related questions

How many fouls does it take in basketball to have a bonus?

7th foul you take a bonus shot

What are the results of a foul in basketball?

One foul on you does not do anything. It's just when you get to five fouls, you are out of the game. Also, if you get close to five fouls, the coach might take you out for a bit, if you are pretty good.

Is foul a noun?

Yes, the word foul is a noun (foul, fouls), a verb(foul, fouls, fouling, fouled), and an adjective (foul, fouler, foulest). Examples:Noun: The referee called a foul.Verb: Take care with the fertilizer, it can foul the pond.Adjective: We don't allow foul language here.

How many personal fouls is a player allowed in basketball before they cant take part?

Only five fouls in highschool and college, and six fouls in the NBA

How many fouls does it take to get fouled out?


How many fouls does it take for a person to be sidelined?

In the NBA, 6

How many fouls does it take in basketball to have a double bonus?


How many team fouls does it take to get in the one and one and double bonus?

After six team fouls it's a bonus affect situation and they go to the line. But after the quarter, all team fouls are gone. But the fouls committed by players remains, and can still be counted against that player.

How many fouls does it take before the other team gets a bonus in basketball?


How many years did it take for the Wild to get into the playoffs?


How can you tell the difference between a charge and a blocking foul in basketball?

A charge in basketball is when a player comes in and deliberitly knocks down a player to try to get a foul called on the other team. When the ref is paying attention they will call a charge foul on ethier the offense. Like a charge a blocking foul is when a defensive player plants themselves in front of an on coming player and refuse to move to the point of the player coming at them to take down the blocking player. These two fouls seem to be up to the disgression of the ref, but people have more to say about how bad the ref is calling a game and don't pay attetion why the ref called certain fouls like a charge or a blocking foul. Here are some rules about an offensive plenlty if called A personal foul assessed against an offensive player which is neither an elbow, punching or flagrant foul shall be penalized in the following manner: (1) No points can be scored by the offensive team (2) The offending player is charged with a personal foul (3) The offending team is not charged with a team foul

How many points does it take to make Stanley cup playoffs?

top 8 teams of each conference get into the playoffs. how many points that is depends on the standings of the teams

How many days dose it take for a foul moon to rise?

There will be another foul moon in 29.53 days after the last one.

WHere do you get the ball after a technical foul?

The team who just was fouled gets the ball at the free throw line, shoots the free throws, the the team who just shot the free throws gets the ball out of bounds close to where the foul happened. In example: Say you get pushed from the back at the top of the key. You will shoot two free throws, then you will get the ball straight across from where the foul took place, on the side lines. Under the basket technical fouls are under the basket out of bounds. There like a regular foul in where you take it out. Different in the free throws because no one is around you.

How many personal fouls does it take to get kicked out of a football game?

There is no specific amount of personal fouls that will cause a player to be removed from the game. The decision to remove a player from the game is a judgment call on the part of the referee and depends on the severity of the penalty or penalties.

How many times did Micheal Vick take the Atlanta Falcons to the playoffs?

Twice - 2002 and 2004.

Rules for fouls in the NBA basketball?

if a offensive player is fouled but was not shooting the team will inbound the ball from the sideline near where the foul took place. if the offensive is fouled while shooting he shoots 2 free throws worth 1 point each or 3 if the shot was a three point shot. IF the player fouled made the shot he shoots only 1 free throw- this is called an "and 1" if a loose ball faul is called on the offense the defense gets the ball if the offense commits a foul during a shot it does not count and the defense gets the ball players get 6 personal fouls. on the 6th you must leave the game (you are NOT ejected and MAY sit on the bench) 2 flagrant or technical fouls will eject you from the game and you must go back to the locker room or clubhouse and MAY NOT sit on the bench any player can be ejected with just 1 T or F foul by the refs option. the teams gets 5 team fouls each quarter. on the 6th no matter where the foul occurred the person who got fouled gets to shoot 2 free throws. when a T or F foul is called the other team shoots 1 free throw and any player on the floor can take the shot then play continues

How many times did Peyton Manning take the Indianapolis Colts to the playoffs?

The Colts have gone to the playoffs ten times under Manning with a 9-9 game record and one Superbowl title.

How many games does it take to go to the nfl playoffs?

Actually you could go to the playoffs with a record with 0-0-16 if other teams lost all or any of the games, so it depends on your opponents.

Does a foul shot occur when ever the defensive team commits a foul?

probably, it depends if it was a flagrant or a regular foul. if it happens, you usually just take it out.

What does one and one mean?

It is when you make a foul shot so that you can take a second foul shot.

For a penalty how many yards do you take?

Penalties in football are either 5, 10, or 15 yards, and sometimes just "spot of the foul". When the yardage awarded is more than half the distance to the goal line, the referee will just give half the distance to the goal. Penal fouls occurring in the end zone are usually placed on the 1-yard line or just barely outside the end zone, depending on the league's rules.

Did Kevin Cobb take the Philadelphia Eagles to the playoffs?

Yes. Kevin Cobb took the Philadelphia Eagles to the playoffs.

How many free throws do you get to take on a technical foul?

You get 2 free throws in college and 1 free throw in the NBA.

How many 0-3 NFL teams made the playoffs?

It would take alot to go through history and figure it out, bu the last time a team started 0-3 and made the playoffs was in 2000. So it's rare.