Generally, the answer is no.
For instance, a lane violation is not a foul. When a player is shooting a free throw, the other players underneath the basket are not allowed to enter the key until that player releases (shoots) the ball. If they enter the key before the player shoots the ball, that is a lane violation, and the player will shoot another free throw (unless he made the shot).
Thus, a violation is not always a foul.
holding in basketball is like the same thing in football holding by the shirt or shoes its not illegal but it will be a tech foul
yes its always the same
Yes. It is a walk
There is no violation. It is the same as a pass
It is the same thing. You get to shoot two foul shots either way.
An 8 second violation in the NBA is the same as a 10 second violation in college and high school basketball. An 8 second violation is called when the offense doesn't get the ball across halfcourt within 8 seconds.
yeah, same thing
Using the term fault in basketball is the same as using the term foul. It means that you touched someone while they had the ball in their hands.
Citation and ticket are the same thing. Both notify you of a violation.
No, basketball has referees. They do the same type of thing that an umpire does, though.
you get 5 in high school same in college and 6 in the nba
a pass it is the same thing
Yes, it can
the same thing it means in every other sport mamao
The same thing men wear: shorts and a jersey.
13 Feet 9 inches to the center of the goal (basket), and is the same distance as in High School and the NCAA basketball.
Answer:The back of the foul line (free throw line) is 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the basket and 15 feet from the front of the back board. These dimentions are the same for HS, NCAA, and NBA.
A double Technical foul in college basketball is when a player either gets two technicals at a time or a player and another person on the team (either coach or player) gets a technical at the same time. The opposing team gets to shoot 4 consecutive shots and gets the ball back.
Fair is foul, and foul is fair.
Nothing happens. Consider it a gift of courtesy and don't do the same thing again.
cheerleading is usually an all year thing and basketball is usually from early november to february or march depending on games.
The rules for middle school basketball are nearly the same as the rules for professional basketball (i.e. the NBA).Some examples:You cannot run with the ballYou have a shot clockYou cannot foul othersYou cannot step back over half-court once you have possession of the ball
it is when the batter tips the ball but the catcher catches it and it is called an out because it is the same thing as someone fouling the ball but a pop up but catching it.