originally 13 rules, written by James Naismith
Too many to count!
There are many like the shotclock violation, 8second rule
It depends on the P.E. teacher. Really, elementary basketball doesn't have perfectly set rules, and they vary from school to school.
i'd say the rules too many rulles to follow
There are too many NBA rules to take in. I recommend watch a lot of NBA games and play a lot of NBA basketball video games such as 2K.
well, if your question made any sense at first, I would indeed think that you may possibly be asking "How many minutes are in the first quarter of Basketball". But if you knew anything about basketball, which you dont, or anything about grammar, which you dont, you will be happy to know that each quarter in a game of Basketball is 12 minutes.
Dr. Naismith originally made it for his PE class maybe all boy or mixed gender.
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Really it applies to them all but it depends which right you are refereeing to