Traveling, Double Dribbling, and Personal Fouls are three common violations in basketball.
One major basketball violation is the fact that players can foul each other. When a player fouls the other, they may be able to score more points in the game.
Double dribble, travel, carry
Avoid faul and violations such as: charging pushing tackling
not respecting each other
they need a whistle to call out violations and a timing device to keep track of game pauses
I dont know but i think its as much as possible. It'll be a turnover but it wont count as a foul.
Yes, a typical organized game of basketball has 2 or 3 officials, or more commonly referred to as referees. They call fouls or violations on players and administer the game.
Traffic violations can cross state borders, but you may not be arrested on them in other states. Most violations are not serious enough to cause extraditions.
http://www.kernel.uky.edu/sportsdaily/hoops98/page02a.html This article details the 88-89 season with 17 NCAA violations. J Simmons Go Tarheels