If you break a rule in Basketball, such as foul or double-dribble, the defending team takes the ball out-of-bounds, meaning it's their ball.
the other teams ball or a free shot or pass with you standing beside
For breaking team rules
Yes. The penalties for breaking the rules at school do not depend on a person's blood type.
yes there are basketball rules and regulation
There are around 100 rules in basketball
There are 13 oringinal rules in basketball.
yes there is basketball rules and regulations
They are foul,double dribble, and traveling.
Penalties in basketball are violates that result in free throws, change of possession, or getting more time on the shot clock. For example some penalties are traveling and hacking (hacking results in free throws)
In the US, there are statutory penalties for copyright infringement, ranging from $750 to $30,000.
All the basketball rules applies to all players
cause it's the rules. if you don't it's not basketball.
January of 1934 the rules of basketball were written.
Penalties are given in a different way in basketball than in football. Someone who commits a foul will have a foul added to their stats, and then the fouled person will shoot foul shots.
Penalties are imposed for infractions of the rules of football. Most of them are based on keeping the players from injury.
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
Certain penalties will be incurred depending on which rules are broken.
performing the equipments and rules of the basketball
Click on the 'NBA Rules' link on this page to see the rules and regulations of the National Basketball Association.
Breaking the Rules - 1992 was released on: USA: 9 October 1992
The cast of Breaking the Rules - 1998 includes: Kentaro Zens
The link has the official rules for the NBA.