A player has five seconds to inbound the ball, if he/she has not inbound the ball in five seconds, it's a "turnover" the other team gets the ball.
Eight seconds, as opposed to ten seconds in college ball.
When in-bounding the ball, 5.
As many seconds as you like, as long as you don't violate the shot clock rule.
depends on what level In most levels the limit is five seconds.
There are many violations of basketball. You can not move with the ball when you are not dribbling. That is called a travel. The only exception is when you take two steps for a layup. You can not dribble the ball, pick it up, and then dribble again. That is called a double dribble. If you are on offense, you can not stay in the key for longer then 3 seconds or else you will get a 3 seconds call. You have 5 seconds to throw the ball in when it is out of bounds. If you don't get the ball inbounds in time it will be a turnover. You have 10 seconds to get the ball down the court onto the opposite half to which the ball was thrown in. If you don't get it across halfcourt on time that will be a turnover. These are just a few of the many violations.
The team has 8 seconds to get the ball over the half-court line. its 8 seconds in the NBA but in college and below a team has 10 seconds
While one team has possession of the ball, a player is called for an infraction if he/she is in the key for 3 seconds. If there is a loose ball or a rebound, players may be in the key for as long as it takes for the ball to be rebounded or possessed.
I'm pretty sure you have 30 seconds to get to the other side of the court, and you have to shoot the ball at least once in this time.
in basketball, you have 5 secs to pass the ball to someone or try to shoot the ball, if u fail to do this, then the ball gets handed to the opposition :)
In the NBA as well as all other levels of basketball in the United States, the shooter must release the ball within ten seconds. However, in European Basketball and FIBA, the shooter has five seconds.
You have 5 seconds to throw the ball in but you can also run up and down the baseline as long as you stay out of bounds.
There are limits imposed on the time taken before progressing the ball past halfway (8 seconds in international and NBA), before attempting a shot (24 seconds), holding the ball while closely guarded (5 seconds), and remaining in the restricted area (the lane, or "key") (3 seconds). These rules are designed to promote more offense.
In the NBA, you get 24 seconds per possession and in college basketball, you get 35 seconds per possession.
you mean in the 'key'?? - 3 seconds.