7 fouls = 1 and 1
10 fouls = double bonus
College coaches have more control and influence over their teams and players and programs
About 30 games a year
5 fouls and youre out of the game
12 mins quarters
5 fouls = 1 and 1
zone defense is illegal
About 82 games a year
Only 30 team
6 fouls and youre out of the game...
Just a few for you! =]
what are bonus points
nada ke ver they both are the same you play themboth with the same rules
There are none.
not allowed to touch someones butt * NBA - 4 quarters of 12 minutes * Olympics - 4 quarters of 10 minutes
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.
Same rules.One of them is entertaining to watch.
No, that is a violation of NCAA rules.
There are around 100 rules in basketball
yes there are basketball rules and regulation
There are 13 oringinal rules in basketball.
yes there is basketball rules and regulations
Dr. James Naismith is known as the father of basketball. He first invented the game of basketball in 1891, made the original rules, fostered the beginnings of college basketball at the University of Kansas, and helped launch basketball into the Olympics.
two 20 min. periods
It depends what league. In the nba they have 7 games but in college they have 1 game
one rules Canada and the other rules u.s.aSTUPID
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.
The basic rules of basketball is violation, double dribble, offense, and defense. They are containing with basketball.
Dr James Naismith invented basketball and its original rules
how are the rules in girls basketball different fro the ones we have now
Same as the first and second half, only there's 5 minutes instead of 20.
Click on the 'NBA Rules' link on this page to see the rules and regulations of the National Basketball Association.
You 'flaunt' (show off) your beauty. You 'flout' (ignore) the rules.
The official rules vary depending upon where you are playing. The NBA, the WNBA, the NCAA and high schools have different rules. While they are all very similar, there are subtle differences. Most of them have the official rule packages available online. See the Related Link for "Basketball Rule Comparisons" to the bottom for the answer. See the Related Link for "NCAA Basketball Rules" to the bottom for the answer. See the Related Link for "National Federation High School Rules" to the bottom for the answer. See the Related Link for "WNBA Rules" to the bottom for the answer. See the Related Link for "FIBA Rules" to the bottom for the answer.