In the game of Basketball, the player has five seconds to bring the ball from the backcourt to the frontcourt. Additionally, each player cannot hold onto the ball for more than five seconds at a time, without passing.
yes you can
no, that would be a back court violation one may not go across the mid line of the court and then go back The violation only occurs if the ball has crossed into the front court
There are several violations in basketball that are called back court violations:1) The offensive team has 8 seconds (NBA) or 10 seconds (college) to bring the ball from the back court to the front court after inbounding. If the offensive team cannot advance the ball from the back court to the front court in the time allotted, a back court violation is called.2) Once the offensive team brings the ball across the mid court line, they may not pass the ball to a teammate who is behind the mid court line. This is also commonly called an 'over and back violation'.3) Should an offensive player lose control of the ball in the front court, due to their own error, and the ball cross the mid court line back into the back court , the offensive team cannot regain possession of the ball without having a back court violation (over and back) called.
Cross court is more commenly known as back-courtHere is a quick definition:Backcourt violation or over & back violation- violation that occurs when the offensive team has brought the ball into the frontcourt, returns the ball into the backcourt once it has positioned itself in the front court: the offensive team crosses the half court line and then crosses back into the back court.As soon as a player from that team touches it in the backcourt , the ball is dead and is awarded to the opposing team for a throw-in.For more info go to:www.eba-stats.com/glossary/topics/over_and_back.htm
No A team can not inbound the ball from the front court into the back court without penalty.
No. A backcourt violation is when a back row player attacks the ball from above the height of the net while in front of or having jumped from in front of the 10 foot line.
It is announcer-speak for when a player reaches over another player from behind, typically in a play for the ball. It is typically cited as a foul, not a violation.Contrary to popular belief, however, it does not in and of itself constitute a foul. To be a foul, it must occur with illegal contact (and not all contact in an over-the-back situation is necessarily illegal). It is often yelled by spectators and coaches alike and, unfortunately, even called by some officials. But there is no foul called over-the-back--and it does not exist as a call available to officials, either.
In Basketball, once an offensive player passes the half court line with both feet and the ball, the team may not take the ball into the back court unless it is deflected (last touched) by the defense. A player who has just crossed the line with the ball and brings it back into the backcourt is not "over & back". They have not yet established the ball in the front court, therefore cannot have a backcourt violation
there are only 6 people for each team on court at the one time. 3 front court and 3 back court players
The officials would call a backcourt violation. It is illegal to bring the ball into the backcourt once the ball has passed the midcourt line.
You have ten (10) seconds to bring the ball past the half court line or you'll get called for a backcourt violation...