The 30-second timeout is to correct a play call or injury within the 2-mintue mark. The 30-second timeout is to correct a play call or injury within the 2-mintue mark.
No, they are not.
Stopping the game because a player is hurt.
The most common reason for timeout being called is for an injury. This allows the team staff time to get on the field and either treat or remove the injured, without disadvantaging either team. Time is usually called if the umpire is awarding a personal penalty (i.e. a warning or penalty card), so that they will not lose attention to the game and can make the message clear to others. It may not be necessary if a penalty corner or stroke is awarded at the same time. A timeout can be called in some games and leagues if the ball is "lost", e.g. by being hit or flicked over a fence, or going into a drain, while it is fetched or replaced. Timeout is automatically called at the award of a penalty stroke, and is restarted when play restarts. Some competitions, such as the Euro Hockey League and a few North American divisions, allow a timeout to be called by the teams themselves, analogous to basketball or American football, at certain times in the process of play.
Yes.Simply put... Yes.
I dont know how he got injured but it was a hamstring injury
That is the correct spelling of "injured", having suffered injury or damage.
The adjective form of the word INJURY would be INJURED.
Because he was injured with a groin injury and a pectorial injury
not kane but big show is having a leg injury. and undertaker is very injured.
extra playing time added on to compensate for time spent attending to injured players during the match, thus injury time