dribble behind the half court line.....(not over and back)
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.
In the initial era of basketball as we know it, an out of bounds pass was awarded to the first person to possess it. Well, it didn't take long for this rule to cause problems. Players were fighting for balls off of the court...fans were getting involved...and it was more like today's pro wrestling than it was basketball. Well, like hockey, it was decided that it would be an improvement for fans if the court was "caged" with a fence, and the patrons were protected. The players eneded up playing in a "cage," and thus the tag "Cagers" became a common term of endearment. Soon after the decision to "cage" the court came an even better one - to change the out of bounds rule altogether. Once the rule was changed, the fence was removed, and the "cagers" became a thing of the past. Now you know.
you get the opposite side of your bench first
You cannot stay behind the half-court line for 8 seconds.
the ten second rule in basketball is called when the offense (team with the ball) has not yet crossed half court on to the other side within the ten second time limit. The National Basketball Association changed this rule to the "8 second rule", where as the name suggests, an offensive player must cross the ball passed the half court line 8 seconds after gaining possession.
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.
The average salary of a German basketball player is 2 million. European players make much less as a general rule than their American counterparts.
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 referee would usually call a jump ball. If one of the players was too aggressive, he/she may also call a foul on that player.
I'm a basketball enthusiast and this made me think... I cannot think of a rule per say but i can think of a technique. The overhead pass. It is used in basketball to throw the ball down court, whereas in soccer, it is used to throw the ball inbounds. Hope this helped:)
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