you get fouled out
normaly they get kicked out of the game
You have to sit out the rest of the game when you commit your sixth foul.
Six fouls are allowed in the NBA.
In the NBA you are allowed to have 6 fouls, but usually you get five fouls in high school, middle school, and college basketball.
In the NBA a player is allowed up to 6 fouls. After a player has reached 6 fouls they're "fouled out" and cannot participate in the rest of the game.
In the NBA, you are allowed 6 fouls. After you get the sixth foul, you are out for the rest of the game.
Each player is allowed five fouls apiece. Once the player(s) reach their five foul limit, they are done for the game. A team may foul as many times as it wants as long as they have team members to foul. Also, as a side note, any technical fouls given to a player, are not included in the five foul total--they are simply just addidtions. However, if a player and/or a coach receives two techincals in one game, they are automatically ejected from that gameAnswerThen you will have to sit off for the rest of the game.
A player only has up to five fouls from high school up to college, and the NBA allows six fouls before fouling out. A team; however, may foul as many times as they want, granted they have the players to do so. In my experience,only 5 fouls are allowed per basketball game. If you have 3, your coach may call a time-out and tell you to be careful. If you have 4 fouls, it is most likely that you will be taken out of the game unless there is not a large amount of time left in the game. 5 fouls are allowed in anything up to and including college. In the NBA, players are allowed 6. Five is the limit in international play.