There are quite a few. Like traveling, double dribble, carrying, over and back, technical foul, push, on the arm/ holding, 3 seconds in the lane, time outs, jump ball, possession, block, charge, and personal foul. Those are basically the most used ones.
The official number of referees in an NBA game or collegiate basketball is 3. The referees are the officers in charge of a basketball game and the final decision lies within their power.
In the NBA, there are 3 referees for each game.
The officials in a basketball game are the men or women that call the game, they are the ones that call fouls, call out violations, and maintain the game. They are also called referees. In the NBA they usually wear a grey NBA shirt with sweatpants. There are at least three refs/officials at every NBA game
There are four referees in a baseball game.
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i think there are four referees.
$10 for sideline referees and $15 for the center referee per game. That is how much they usually get paid. This is a vague answer. How much you get paid depends on your organization. The higher age group you do the more you get paid.
Officials are usually referred to as referees, however generally there is one lead referee and one or two umpires, depending on whether there is a two or three person crew. In the NBA, the lead official is called the crew chief and the other two officials are "referees
Usually, in higher class games (i.e. NBA, NCAA, etc.) there are three. In tourney games, there are three. In high school games and junior high games, there are most likely two.15 total2 sometimes 1
They are technically called assistant referees.
Referee, umpire, timekeeper, scorekeeper. Referee usually is the one that starts the jump ball.
The referees are paid handsomely they get 5,000 pounds for the game.