if they dont touch them its neither, but if they touch its a personal The above answer is incorrect. It is a technical foul at all levels through college to face guard an opponent (except in the NBA which allows eye guarding).
You get a fine and a 1 game suspension
In the college game, a team has to forfeit the game when they are down to one eligible player--- unless the referee believes they could still win the game.In the NBA, teams must have five players on the court, and there is a rarely-used procedure where players can come back into the game if their team runs out of players. If a player comes back in after fouling out and gets another personal foul, his team is assessed a technical foul in addition to the personal foul.
A technical foul is given to a player when he loses control, pushes/shoves a player, physical contact, yelling at referee, basically inappropriate behavior. Two technicals = an ejection.
you can have unlimited personal fouls. you cannot be fouled out of the game with an offensive foul, but still counts to your personal foul count.
In US high school and college, and international play a player is disqualified after their 5th personal foul. In the NBA a player is disqualified after their 6th personal foul.
You get 2 free throws in college and 1 free throw in the NBA.
After a player commits his sixth personal foul of the contest, he's disqualified.
It's a free throw worth one point after someone on the other team gets a technical foul which are given out when a player or coach acts out of conduct such as yelling at the ref, talking trash, taunting, showboating, etc. In the NBA, a player shoots one technical shot for one point. In high school and NCAA (college) they get two technical shots for two points. In the NBA if both players/coaches on separate teams both get a technical foul it's a "double technical" and no free throws are shot.
a techical foul is when you say yell at the ref perposly push some one down yell at a coach and or player ect while a flagrant foul is you accidently hit someones hand or touch arm or run into them
On February 29th, 2012, in a game between the Chicago Bulls and the San Antonio Spurs, Spurs guard Gary Neal was called for a technical foul for tying his shoe (5:31 left in the first quarter).
you still get one short no matter where you at on the court. a technical foul is not like a regular foul. it's commonly called for yelling at the ref's cause their was a big issue last year in the NBA finals. so you will see tech fouls more often in the 2010 season.
I don't think you can i have never gotten one ever. It's also very rare to get a charge as well.
In the college game, a team has to forfeit the game when they are down to one eligible player--- unless the referee believes they could still win the game. In the NBA, teams must have five players on the court, and there is a rarely-used procedure where players can come back into the game if their team runs out of players. If a player comes back in after fouling out and gets another personal foul, his team is assessed a technical foul in addition to the personal foul.
Magic Johnson holds the record. Technical fouls were not held as an official stat until a later date, so many earlier players like Wilt Chaimberlain did not have their technical fouls counted.
Walt "clyde" Frazier just mentioned in a Knicks broadcast that he had never received a technical foul in his NBA career. Now, Im sure there's been others, as some NBA "careers" have been very short. I'd like to find a chart with the most games played without a T.. in fact I was looking for one when I found this Question.
Depends on the level. In high school and college, you foul out on your fifth foul. In the NBA, you foul out on your sixth foul.
It means that player will often get a foul.
there are the back court violation, shooting foul, blocking foul, charging foul, over the back foul, flagrant 1 and 2 fouls, out of bounds, 5 seconds back to the basket while dribbling, 3 seconds in the key offense, 3 seconds in the key without being an arms length from an offensive player when you're on defense, traveling, double dribble, clear path foul, goal tending, reaching foul, in college 35 second violation and in NBA 24 second violation, and technical foul.
They can be broken up into 2 diffrent catagories, with many in both categories: Offensive: * Charge *Push *Illegal Screen *Hit/Hack *Over the Back *Holding *Technical Defensive: * Blocking *Push *Hold *Hit/Hack *Over the Back *Holding *Technical *Intentional *Flagrent In the NBA, there is a technical foul given to any defensive player whom stays in the lane area under the basket for more than three seconds without making any moves. Also in the NBA, there is a loose ball foul, which is given to any player whom "commits a foul upon the ball." (i.e.-kicking it, throwing it, etc.)
In the NBA if you get 6 personal fouls, or 2 technical fouls the referee will eject you from the game.