so that the official may know who commited a foul
No, that is not a foul it may be a sprained ankle, though.
Not in itself. If your arm impedes the ballhandler, it may be holding. If you hit them with your arm, that is also a foul. But "reaching in" is not the name of a foul. This is covered on a list of 7 basketball rule myths on NBA.com. (http://www.nba.com/jrnba/officials/officials_guide_section15.html)
One major basketball violation is the fact that players can foul each other. When a player fouls the other, they may be able to score more points in the game.
You can but for the sake of rhythm you may want to practice shooting free throws without jumping
The ref may ignore him or give him a technical foul. Depending on who's the ref.
There are many ways to sprain your ankle in basketball. Perhaps the most common is to land wrong after jumping for a block or shot. Falling from a foul may also cause a sprained ankle.
Not sure about basketball, but in Olympic football, each team is allowed 3 over 23 year olds in their squad. Basketball may be different though
Yes. In all rules, a foul tip immediately caught by the catcher is considered exactly like a strike. As such, a base runner is allowed to attempt to steal a base on a foul tip. Note, however, that if the catcher drops a foul tip, it is considered to be a foul ball, and no base runner may advance.
No, maxium of fouls are allowed in a game is 5 fouls. If you have 5 fouls, you are out of the game. You may sit and watch but depending on the referee. So, there are no 4 fouls. Maybe if you are in a town tourament for fun...
A player only has up to five fouls from high school up to college, and the NBA allows six fouls before fouling out. A team; however, may foul as many times as they want, granted they have the players to do so. In my experience,only 5 fouls are allowed per basketball game. If you have 3, your coach may call a time-out and tell you to be careful. If you have 4 fouls, it is most likely that you will be taken out of the game unless there is not a large amount of time left in the game. 5 fouls are allowed in anything up to and including college. In the NBA, players are allowed 6. Five is the limit in international play.
About 17 shots.
The other team is given possession of the ball and depending on the type of foul committed the other team may be awarded with free throw oppourtunities
The referee would usually call a jump ball. If one of the players was too aggressive, he/she may also call a foul on that player.
In any level of basketball, the player cannot return after fouling out. That is the point of the foul limit, which does not allow players to just foul without consequences. The player is only out for that game, however, and may play in any other game in the future.
About 3 shots and you would be considered too drunk to drive. With even 2 shots you may be some what impaired.
Each player is allowed five fouls apiece. Once the player(s) reach their five foul limit, they are done for the game. A team may foul as many times as it wants as long as they have team members to foul. Also, as a side note, any technical fouls given to a player, are not included in the five foul total--they are simply just addidtions. However, if a player and/or a coach receives two techincals in one game, they are automatically ejected from that gameAnswerThen you will have to sit off for the rest of the game.
You can substitute freely in basketball. As many players as there are on the bench, that's how many substitutes there are. Players may be taken out of a game and then put back into a game. There is no limit to the amount of times a player can be taken out and put into a game. The only limitation to substituting is that you may not put a player in that has exceed the number of personal fouls allowed in the league. Once a player exceeds that number, they are disqualified and not allowed to play for the rest of the game.
Depending on the individual referees' calls, multiple things may happen. The refs may call a re-do once the ball is dislodged, or they may say it was not a basket and continue the game as if the shot had simply missed the basket.
yes it is. well actually i have no idea, but technically you are not meant to have more than 5 men on the court at once, so if you put 6 men on it would be technically incorrect, so it is probably a technical foul.just joshing ya! having 6 men on the court is a technical foul!may i just draw attention to the fact that not only men can play basketball. women can too!!! for gods sake, this is the 21st century, people!!!
Yes there are fouls in U-10 soccer. A foul is a foul, no matter what age. Now fouls in U-10 soccer may not be on purpose like some of those in age groups above U-10, but they may be. Again though, a foul is a foul, no matter what the age.
A helicopter in basketball is a type of dunk a basketball player may attempt.
in some certain shots it may cost more than 15$ but a puppy shots cost 15$ maximum
No. Basketball is a noun. It may be used as a noun adjunct with other nouns (basketball coach, basketball court).
Cards are shown for misconduct. Misconduct may or may not be a foul.