It is when you foul someone non-stop. You always foul out in a baskteball game. And you always push or lke slam someone, and foul them really badly.
A push is called if you push another player...usually the refs call it a foul once your arm is extended.
Intentional foul - a personal foul which the official feels was deliberate. Two free throws are awarded, as well as a personal foul against the offender. For example someone is going for a layup and i push them against the wall. with out even trying to block there shot.
Yes. Intent is not considered when determining whether a foul occurred or not.
there's the shooting foul, where someone tries to shoot and you foul them during the shot, and they get two free shots.. theres the reach in foul, where someone is dribbling and you try to steal it, and you hit their arm instead. and the blocking foul which is were someone tries to get by you and you push them with your hands or body. those are the three most popular. there is also charging, over the back, intentional, technical, probably a few more. and then their are the rules... like traveling and double dribbling and all those shananigans
You can Slash- hit someone with stick in a place other than stick or gloves Push from behind- push someone in the back trip someone cross check
A push A push
In most normal street games, fouls are eliminated from the list of rules. Some street games have fouls, but the point scale is in street. It is mostly not a foul in most street games, because fouls do not exist in most street games.
its when you hit push etc
Yes you can, but you can't intentionally push someone over. Basketball, on paper, is not a contact sport, but when you actually play it, it is.
Yes it can. Intent is not a criteria used to judge whether a foul occurred or not.
push the ball down because if you flick the ball will go in another direction
There are quite a few. Like traveling, double dribble, carrying, over and back, technical foul, push, on the arm/ holding, 3 seconds in the lane, time outs, jump ball, possession, block, charge, and personal foul. Those are basically the most used ones.
you push the basketball towards the ground and continue moving around the court.
It depends. If the defender wasn't moving and the run into them or push them then it's a charge. Also you can't just stiff arm people when you have the ball...
To shoot a basketball you have to bend your knees and push up with your right hand and jump.
No, you cannot, the player has to be on the other team.
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
It is a game played for bigs, it is close to the basket, usually on the block and requires you to push a defender back closer to the basket and then make one of many post scoring moves
to push someone into a situation with only one option.... from cfox
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.)