Each team can foul seven times before each foul results in automatic free throw shooting. When a team is in the bonus, they have been fouled at least seven times in that half, and anytime a member of this team is fouled, they automatically will be shooting a free throw, even if the foul occurs in a non-shooting situationl
you are in the bonus after the other team has 7 team fouls and you are in the double bonus after the 10th team foul
when the opposing team gets greater than four fouls in a quarter
When the other team has more fouls then they should
This applies ONLY to college basketball. The double bonus is when a team has more than 10 fouls in a single half. Every defensive foul after will lead to 2 free throws.
It means if your team gets 4 fouls in a quarter then you will shoot 2 free throws the rest of the fouls
Go CAVS! There is no such thing as getting a foul(s) to get a bonus. Please ignore the guy above me, he obviously doesn't watch basketball. On the 7th foul the team is in the bonus.
it is a basketball team and it is a basketball company too . It was borned in 1993
It's when a team commits five fouls the other team is in "bonus". Now if that team gets fouled no matter what type of foul it is, the team gets two foulshots
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A double bonus only applies to college basketball. It is when 10 fouls have been committed in a half, and every foul there on will result in two free throws.
The bonus situation is when an NBA team has committed 4 fouls in a quarter. From that point on for the rest of the quarter, every foul will result in two free throws. In youth basketball or basketball where only halves are played, after one team has committed seven fouls, a foul results in a one-and-one. Ten fouls results in two shots for every foul.