No. But the referee just let the inbounding to be repeated.
In most cases play continues. If it was done on intentionally, it depends on the referee but sometimes a yellow maybe even a red card.
The referee won't have to give anything as the ball is in play once the free kick is taken. If the ball hit an opposing player and he was not ten yards away then the referee can order a retake.
In basketball, there are 5 players at one time, trying to shoot the ball into the hoop. In baseball, 9 players play per team, and they try to hit the ball and score runs while the other team plays defense.
Until the referee thinks that the time has been long enough. If the coach will not substitute a player in, then the coach is hit with a technical foul.
uhm no!!!!!!!! its called playing basketball! that's what your suppose to do. as long as they don't hit the person while trying to get the basketball then its not even a foul
No, if it hits the ref in will be considered a do over.
Mike Tyson. The punch was geared towards Savarese, it hit referee John Coyle by accident.
yes, they get hurt all t he time. try catching a person when she has no controle while falling from a basket tose. basketball players just have to worry about getiing hit by a ball or someonetrying to hit them.
No, you run the risk of damaging your new pierce if you are hit or knocked and it is safer not to play for a while until its fully healed and you can take it out for the ~hour it takes to play, just be sure to put it back in as soon as you're done playing. And if the ref notices it, he/she will ask you to take it out immediately or keep you out of the game.
No there isn't allowed slapping in basketball. If you want to, you can try and take the ball away from another person while dribbiling. Just try not to hit them. Then you would get a foul.
Yes, as long as the referee sees it as an attempt to hit the ball. If the ball is clearly out of reach or has already hit the net, a technical foul should be given.
When Larry Bird fell out of bounds against the pistons in 1986 and hit it to win the series.
It is technically still allowed, but it is rarely phrased like that. The key is, does the referee feel there was the intention to move towards the ball, or was there an attempt to move the hand/ arm out of the way of the ball. If the referee thinks the the player unintentionally hit the ball, then it is ball to hand, and play continues.
It depends really Karate you can get injured and in basketball you can get injured but in karate you can brake your arm and in basketball you can sprain your ankle if you play roughly so no basketball is better then karate so chose basketball. I play basketball and a girl on the other team tried to smack by jumping to it but the girl with the ball moved and the one girl hit smack down on the floor and twisted her ankle because she was being rough. I was in karate but I quit because i broke my arm by braking a block.
run around the court and hit the ball
you can hit the referee
The referee must send the player off for violent conduct and write up what happened in the game report. If the referee feels at any moment that his safety is in continuing jeopardy, the game must be abandoned as well. Referee associations strongly recommend that the referee file assault charges with both the league, national referee association, and local law enforcement. Regardless whether the referee does this, a time-limited or lifetime ban could be given by the league and/or national association.
If no one touched it when the buzzer hit, yes
What do you mean "what if"? What kind of answer are you looking for? I got hit in the eye with a basketball when I was in pre-k. Rather, a boy kicked a basketball off of a stage and it hit me in the eye. I woke up on the floor and was then given an ice pack and here I am today.
The taller the basketball player the longer it will take for the ball to hit the floor. The stronger he is though, will help the ball not take as long to hit the floor or court.
You hit the net while making a play on the volleyball.
you could get hit ,fall ,get elbowed, or have the ball hit you.