You will be disqualified on your 5th foul.
4 fouls. On the fifth foul the player charged is disqualified from the remainder of the game and the offended player is awarded one or more free throws.
In the NBA you are allowed 6 personal fouls before being disqualified from the game. In high school, college, and international games it's 5 fouls before being disqualified.
Using NBA rules a player is only allowed 6 fouls before being disqualified. In an event where a player receives their 6th foul on the court with all substitutes being disqualified, the player on the court remains in the game and is charged a personal and team foul.
a player is allowed 6 fouls before "fouling out" in an NBA game.
Up to 5. But let's say player x has just gotten 5 fouls the next foul he gets he is disqualified.
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).
Only five fouls in highschool and college, and six fouls in the NBA
A player is disqualified in NCAA basketball when being charged with their 5th personal foul.
In the NBA a player is allowed up to 6 fouls. After a player has reached 6 fouls they're "fouled out" and cannot participate in the rest of the game.
After a player commits his sixth personal foul of the contest, he's disqualified.