I don't believe there's a limit to how many players you can have, but there can only be 6 on the court at a time.
During a regulation basketball game, only 5 players from each team can be on the court at a time. Each team carries 12 players on their roster for each game, so technically, a total of 24 players could potentially play in a basketball game, but only 10 at a time.
6 players for each team
5 players per team are allowed on the court
5 players are on the court at a time. 2 guards 2 fowards 1 center. Its called a game not a match.
During a regular game of basketball, you will find ten players on the basketball court at one time (five per team).
In a typical NBA regulation game the number of players allowed is five (5) per team, for a total of ten (10) players. You can substitute but there will always be five on each team. In addition to players, there are three referees for a total of 13.
7 on each team, 14 on a court at once.
At one time, there may be 10 players on a court, 5 from each team. During substitutions and time-outs, there may be brief moments when there are more than 10 players on the court at one time. During game play, keeping too many players on the court other than to switch a player out will result in a technical foul.
10 in all. 5 on each team
No, because that would be considered a foul, beacuse only players can be on the court .