The three second rule for the offensive team has been in existence since 1936. The NBA introduced a three second rule for the defense in 2001, the same season the zone defense was allowed to be played, to keep the defensive team from putting players near the basket and waiting for someone to drive the lane or cut into the lane for a close in shot.
It depends on the P.E. teacher. Really, elementary basketball doesn't have perfectly set rules, and they vary from school to school.
You are only aloud to hold the ball for 30-45 seconds or the other team gets a throw in.
Currently (2013) the rules with regard to patient pre-existing conditions are only regulated by the specific insurance company. In 2014 the ACA will make denial of coverage based on pre-existing conditions illegal. For more information speak with your insurer and see the related link.
yes there is basketball rules and regulations
All the basketball rules applies to all players
January of 1934 the rules of basketball were written.
cause it's the rules. if you don't it's not basketball.
Dr James Naismith invented basketball and its original rules
how are the rules in girls basketball different fro the ones we have now
yeah, slamball originated from basketball. the rules are quite similar. But not all of the rules are the same. Slamball is where you slam the ball. Basketball is when you use a ball to get it in a basket.
The link has the official rules for the NBA.