The paint in the game is probably referring to the key and when you're offense you can't stay in the other team's key for more than three seconds or you're called.
The key is the rectangular section marked out with a black line in front of each net.
The rules differ slightly in European Basketball and NBA basketball.
In European basketball doesn't have offensive 3-second calls, that rule was implemented by the NBA during the 90's to prevent that eras dominant centers to camp in the paint and catch and dunk.
A 3 second call in the NBA means that you have been in the restricted area (the key/the paint) for over 3 seconds and results in a turnover.
A defensive 3 second call means that you've been camped in the paint without an offensive player to guard in the restricted area and the call for a defensive 3 second call is a technical free-throw (no tech is assessed to a single player)
and the ball back.
it means that your standing in a zone.. in the Nba u can play a zone. You have to be moving the whole time
If an offensive player is inside the key for more than 3 seconds, his team loses the ball. The purpose of the rule is to keep a big man from standing in the key waiting for a pass.
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YES, unless.... The count on a player in the restricted area is suspended when that player begins to try for a goal (shot).
the 3 second rule is when your team has the ball, you can't stand in the key area for more than three seconds if you stay in there more than 3 seconds you will be called up by the ref for "3 seconds" hope this helps
its where a defensive player is in the paint for 3 seconds without guarding an offensive player. It also can refer to a violation when an offensive player is in the paint for 3 seconds straight without leaving that area.
the three second rule doesn't only apply to high school basketball, it applys to any basketball (including the NBA). The three second rule is when three seconds have been spent in the 'key' consecutively without exiting and re-entering the key. In which case, this is a turnover
If you mean litterly then you cant make threes. If you mean a 3 pointer then you stand on the 3 point line and shoot the ball in the basketball hoop!!
outside the arc or free throw area
its a 3vs3 game. 3 players vs another 3 players.
by putting both feet outside of the 3 second area
That means 3 Points Made - Attempted !
3 point made from beyond the arc
you can not stand directly in the lane for more than 3 seconds. you have to move out of the lane with both feet, and then you can step back in.