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If it is offsides its a team foul if its charging or illegal contact to another player its a personal foul

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Q: What determines whether a foul is a personal foul and a team foul?
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When is a personal foul not a team foul in basketball?

When it is an offensive foul.


What is the difference between a personal foul and a team foul in basketball?

Personal foul is the number of fouls a player gets. Team fouls are those that the whole team have made.


How is a team foul committed in basketball?

You can't exactly commit a team foul. A team foul is how many personal fouls your entire team has accumulated that quarter


What are the 3 fouls that can happen in a basketball game?

team foul technical foul personal foul


When a technical foul is called does it also count as a personal foul and a team foul?

yes because it is a type of foul


What is lose ball foul in basketball?

A personal foul where no team has control of the ball


How many yards is a team usually penalized for a personal foul in football?

A personal foul is a 15 yard penalty.


What happens if a foul is committed on a non-shooting player?

Then there would just be a personal foul and the team that got fouled would keep possession.


What happens if a foul occurs in hockey?

The appropriate team and/or personal penalties will be given by the umpire/referee.


What is team fouls in basketball?

It's the total number of fouls made by players on a team. A team foul is when a player commits a 'personal foul' but it is seen as dangerous so it is also counted against his/her team fouls. It is seen as 'over the limit'.


What is the difference between a team foul or a personal foul?

NBAA personal foul is a foul committed by players of the same team. Those fouls committed by players are totaled up and added to the team known as "Team Fouls". For example if your point guard has 2 fouls and your power forward has 3 fouls that means your team would have 5 fouls total. In the NBA 5 team fouls would put the other team in the "Bonus situation" and your team in the "Penalty" where every single foul would result in TWO automatic free throws for the other team. Team fouls will reset after every quarter, however personal fouls will not. Six personal fouls will result in disqualification. NCAA (College)College is different. In college you get 7 team fouls before the "One-And-One Situation" During the "One-and-One" every foul by your team will result in ONE free throw for the other team, however if that person makes his/her free throw, he/she gets to shoot another free throw. If you get 10 team fouls the game will be in the "Double Bonus" where every foul committed by your team will result in TWO automatic free throws for the other team. There are TWO 20 minute halves in college, so the team fouls reset every half. However personal fouls will not. Five personal fouls will result in disqualification.


What is the difference between an intentional personal foul and an intentional technical foul in high school basketball?

There is no such thing as an intentional technical foul in high school basketball. Fouls that would give a team 2 free throws and the ball to inbound include an intentional foul, a technical foul and a flagrent foul.


What would happen if an NBA team had all of its players foul out in a game?

In the college game, a team has to forfeit the game when they are down to one eligible player--- unless the referee believes they could still win the game.In the NBA, teams must have five players on the court, and there is a rarely-used procedure where players can come back into the game if their team runs out of players. If a player comes back in after fouling out and gets another personal foul, his team is assessed a technical foul in addition to the personal foul.


Is a shooting foul a team foul?

a shooting foul is when a player is fouled in the process of shooting. Team fouls are fouls that accumulate from each player on the team.


What constitutes a team foul?

Blood. No blood, no foul.


Is a technical foul a team foul?

No it's when you foul Someone without touching him .


Who determines whether to continue the repair efforts if a damaged facility is worse than reported by the DART team?

Damage Control Team


What is the penalty for an offensive 3 second vialolation in basketball?

The other team gets the ball but the player is not charged with a personal foul


What is a offensiven foul in basketball?

When a player on the team with the ball commits a foul


How is the game restarted after a technical foul?

The team that did not recieve the technical foul, picks a shooter, and then shoot two foul shots, then the team that got to shoot the foul shots get the ball on the side out of bounds.


What happens if a basketball team goes over there foul limits?

If a team goes over there foul limit then the opposing team gets to go to the free throw line for every additional foul after the limit.


Is a technical foul counted as a team foul in high school basketball?

yes


What happens if everyone fouls out in a basketball game?

In the college game, a team has to forfeit the game when they are down to one eligible player--- unless the referee believes they could still win the game. In the NBA, teams must have five players on the court, and there is a rarely-used procedure where players can come back into the game if their team runs out of players. If a player comes back in after fouling out and gets another personal foul, his team is assessed a technical foul in addition to the personal foul.


Do you shoot an offensive foul?

No free throws are taken for offensive fouls. It is not a team foul.


Does violations or fouls cause you to lose possession arrow?

Not necessarily, but all DO violations result in a "turn over" which means your team gives up possession. In a foul may result in a free throw, if that person was fouled while he was shooting, if he wasn't the player that fouled him/her will just get a foul and the team will resume, the game. However if your team all together has reached four team fouls, your team is "in the penalty" or in a "bonus affect situation", and any time of foul whether a shooting foul or not, it will result two free throws (three if they were on the 3-point line.)