You get 3 timeouts per half, and 2 timeouts for each overtime.
One for each team
In a regular-season overtime, each team is awarded two timeouts. In a postseason overtime, each team is awarded three timeouts. This is because in the postseason, overtime is considered the beginning of a new game that will continue through successive quarters until somebody scores. If teams played through two overtime quarters without scoring, they would be given three more timeouts for the third and fourth quarters of overtime, just as they would during regulation time.
In college, teams are only allowed five timeouts per game. However, if the game goes into overtime, the teams are given one extra time out for that five minute overtime. This continues for every additional overtime, if necessary == == Each Team get 4 - 75 second timeouts and 2 - 30 second timeouts for the game
Each team gets 3 Full Timeouts and 2 :30 Second timeouts for the whole game to be used at any point in the game. If there is overtime each team gets an additional Full timeout.
Each team gets 7 timeouts a game, for 4 quarters.They have 4 full timeouts, which last 1 minute,and 3 20 second timeouts. i think 3 in overtime
Each team receives one 30-second timeout per NHL game, regardless of whether the game ends in regulation or goes to overtime or a shootout.
Each team has three timeouts per half.
There are six timeouts per game.
In an NBA game, each team is given six timeouts. They get four 60-second timeouts and two 20-second timeouts.