The Over and Back rule is pretty simple. Once the ball passes the half court line,(in 8 seconds , or a 8sec. violation is called) the team with the ball cant go past the half court line again. If the other team tips the ball and it goes onto the other side of the line. you can grab the ball without the "over and back" violation. Over and Back, RARELY occurs in the NBA because most teams like to play the ball down low, or around the 3 point line.
dribble behind the half court line.....(not over and back)
once a team crosses 1/2 court with the ball (towards the hoop they are shooting on) they may not bring the ball back across 1/2 court.
over the back.
One rule in basketball is, once you cross halfcourt with the ball, you cannot go back to the other half of the court; hence, backcourt. If you go backcourt, or go over halfcourt again after passing it with the ball, you turn the ball over, or give it to the other team, because backcourt is an illegal action in the game of basketball.
over and back is when a player with the ball passes half court, goes back over half court, and then goes over half court again
1 rule is you can not run with the ball
There is no 90 second rule in basketball.
if it does not completely go through the hoop it does not count as a basket. :)))
There is no time allotment in girls basketball. They can take as much time as they want. There is a 10 second rule in boys high school and college ball. The NBA has an 8 second rule.
The backcourt rule in basketball is simple. Once a team crosses over the half court line once and they do it again it is backcourt because you have to stay on that side of the court. But if you are passing the ball in you can pass it to the other side of the court and then dribble it over but that is the only exception.
because that is the rule...
It means that you cross the half-court line then you go back over the half-court line again
Because that is the rule.
The main rule in basketball is teamwork. It is in no way an individual sport.
mary the first rule over and kill many prosetants for not obeying her she was a wicked woman back then by akaylia palmer
Dunking is not allowed.
5 fouls out the game
There are many like the shotclock violation, 8second rule
if you travel in basketball, than it automaticly becomes the other teams ball.
One rule of basketball is that you have to dribble the ball and never travel your feet because then you let the other team get a chance to take the ball.
No, there is no 10 second rule in women's NCAA basketball. However, there is a 30-second shot clock. A team in possession of the ball can spend the entire 30 seconds in the back court and never bring the ball over the half court line. As a practical matter, teams are trying to score, and they move the ball up the court quickly. The lack of a 10 second rule does not have a significant impact on the game, in my opinion.
The Eight seconds rule in basketball means that once a team has acheived position of the ball in it's own half-court it must cross the half-court line within eight seconds or turn-over the ball to the other team.