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.
over and back 3 in the key defensive three seconds 8 second backcourt defensive foul offensive foul flagrant foul and technical foul two techs equals ejection from game
the offensive side is called the front court, the defensive side is the backcourt I.E. one teams front court is another teams back court
If it hits the other team and goes back, then no. However if it hit your own team mate and goes back court, then yes.
Offensive or defensive
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
The question is sort of confusing, I will answer the best way I can: you can inbound the ball and pass it to someone backcourt, even though you had already crossed midcourt. So for example: if the defense fouls you (not a shooting foul), your team keeps possession, when you inbound the ball, you can pass it to a player that is backcourt and it won't be a violation. Hope this helped.
Offensive and defensive tactics will depend upon what a person is trying to do. For example, in football defensive tactics will defend themselves and offensive tactics will be trying to make a goal.