Eight seconds, as opposed to ten seconds in college ball.
It was changed to 8 seconds a couple of years ago.
You have ten (10) seconds to bring the ball past the half court line or you'll get called for a backcourt violation...
In the case mentioned above, the offense must get the ball past the mid-court line within 8 seconds. This a revision from the previous rule that allowed 10 seconds.
The team has 8 seconds to get the ball over the half-court line. its 8 seconds in the NBA but in college and below a team has 10 seconds
you only have 8 seconds to be in your own half then you must enter the oppositions half within the 8 seconds to not commit a foul
the shot clock is 24 seconds, and it resets when it is shot once they get to the offensive side. So basically 24 seconds. There is no certain seconds where they have to shoot it only across half court
there's no count for back court violation. back court violation is when you hold the ball in the fore court and you step back beyond the half court line is back court violation. maybe you are meaning the 8 seconds violation wherein you are not allowed to stay in the back court with the ball for more than 8 seconds.
The Eight seconds rule in basketball means that once a team has acheived position of the ball in it's own half-court it must cross the half-court line within eight seconds or turn-over the ball to the other team.
In the NBA, 8 seconds. In major US college ball, 10 seconds.
I'm pretty sure you have 30 seconds to get to the other side of the court, and you have to shoot the ball at least once in this time.
There are many violations of basketball. You can not move with the ball when you are not dribbling. That is called a travel. The only exception is when you take two steps for a layup. You can not dribble the ball, pick it up, and then dribble again. That is called a double dribble. If you are on offense, you can not stay in the key for longer then 3 seconds or else you will get a 3 seconds call. You have 5 seconds to throw the ball in when it is out of bounds. If you don't get the ball inbounds in time it will be a turnover. You have 10 seconds to get the ball down the court onto the opposite half to which the ball was thrown in. If you don't get it across halfcourt on time that will be a turnover. These are just a few of the many violations.
you can only stay for 5 seconds but if your on the offensive attack u can only stay in the key for 3 seconds (with or with out the ball)
you have 8 seconds so dont dillie dallie
When the offensive team has eight seconds to get the ball down to the other half side of the court to play offense.
A "Back Court Violation", sometimes called "over and back", occurs when an offensive player, while in control of the ball, crosses or touches the half court line only after the ball has been established in the "Front Court." The "Front Court" is a basketball team's offensive half of the court. The "Back Court" is a basketball team's defensive half of the court. After "in-bounding" the ball from or to the back court, dribbling the ball in the back court is allowed until the ball is established in the front court. The Ball is considered in the front court when a player controls the ball and both feet are past the half court line. Also, when a player is "Dribbling" from the "Back Court" to the "Front Court", the ball is not considered to be establish in the front court until both feet and the ball have entered the front court . Once the ball has been established in the "Front Court", an offensive player may play a ball in the back court only if a player on the defensive team controls, touches or knocks the ball in or to the back court otherwise it is a "Back Court Violation".
I.) The failure to bring the ball from the backcourt into the frontcourt in the allotted 10 seconds. II.) After offense brought the ball to frontcourt, if any player on offense causes the ball to be in their team's possession on the backcourt that is a violation. (once you cross the half court you can't touch that half court line or cross it). If the defense deflects the ball into the backcourt and the offense recovers the ball, it is not a backcourt violation. I could not find any document on this and basically describing it on my experience.
over and back is when a player with the ball passes half court, goes back over half court, and then goes over half court again
as big as a basket ball court and in the middle is were half court would be
Yes, we believe it would be considered an over and back because you are touching the ball when you cross half court.
The Over and Back rule is pretty simple. Once the ball passes the half court line,(in 8 seconds , or a 8sec. violation is called) the team with the ball cant go past the half court line again. If the other team tips the ball and it goes onto the other side of the line. you can grab the ball without the "over and back" violation. Over and Back, RARELY occurs in the NBA because most teams like to play the ball down low, or around the 3 point line.