The face is the proper technical term for itself.
no its not as long as there is not any illegal contact
no. no way acctually it is perfectly leagal to do that. as long as your hands dont make contact with the player shooting, you can do it all game long. in fact it is a good stategy to use if you are contesting a shot from a taller player. The first answer is correct. The second answer is incorrect. It is a technical foul to face guard a player at all levels through college. However, it is allowed to an extent in the NBA (eye guarding is allowed).
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what is technical term for the hair fround on the face
Simply never give "help" on defense (don't double team)- always stay on the shooter and put a hand a few inches away from his face so he can't possibly shoot over you.
In NCAA there is no faceguarding rule. Pass interference only takes place if contact is made with the eligible receiver.
More than likely yes. Probably, but that totally depends on the size of the gun, type of bullets, distance from shooter, location on face, and thickness of the individual's skull.
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