some rules in Basketball are Back-court violation, Traveling, Goaltending, Out of bounds, Shot clock violation
The basic rules of basketball is violation, double dribble, offense, and defense. They are containing with basketball.
Click on the 'NBA Rules' link on this page to see the rules and regulations of the National Basketball Association.
yes there are basketball rules and regulation
There are around 100 rules in basketball
There are 13 oringinal rules in basketball.
All the basketball rules applies to all players
maybe hitting is bad or maybe not
never run with the ball not bouncing ;)
cause it's the rules. if you don't it's not basketball.
yes there is basketball rules and regulations
Dr James Naismith invented basketball and its original rules
how are the rules in girls basketball different fro the ones we have now
January of 1934 the rules of basketball were written.
When basketball was made there were only 12 rules. 11 of those rules are still here only now there's onlt five people on a team not 13.
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.
There are a lot of rules for basketball, too many to be mentioned here. Click on the links under the "Related Links" heading below to view detailed information concerning the rules of basketball. The rules of basketball are plentiful, however the most common rules are not to travel with the ball, ie carry it without dribbling it, and not to be violent against other players.
performing the equipments and rules of the basketball
Today there are about 100 rules in basketball, more than half of them you don't see though.
it depends how the rules go because some schools do it different
The link has the official rules for the NBA.
Netball, originally called women's basketball, was created in the United States by Clara Gregory Baer, after some confusion about and modification of the rules of basketball.
Dr. James Naismith's made the first 13 rules in basketball
Women's basketball started in 1892, one year after the invention of the game. Senda Berenson, a physical education teacher at Smith College, amended some of the rules for women. The first game using her rules was in 1893 when a team of her freshman students played a team of her sophomore students.
Rules prevent cheating, which would ruin the game.