When a foul is commited, you either shoot free-throws if it is in the act of shooting, or you retain possession. If the team that fouls has 7,8, or 9 fouls, you are in bonus and you shoot 1 and one (if you make the first free throw you get to shoot the other free throw and if you miss it it is up for grabs) and if the other team has 10+ fouls, you get to shoot both free throws. If the foul is in the act of shooting beyond the 3-point line, you get to shoot 3 free-throws.
Each player is allowed five fouls apiece. Once the player(s) reach their five foul limit, they are done for the game. A team may foul as many times as it wants as long as they have team members to foul. Also, as a side note, any technical fouls given to a player, are not included in the five foul total--they are simply just addidtions. However, if a player and/or a coach receives two techincals in one game, they are automatically ejected from that gameAnswerThen you will have to sit off for the rest of the game.
Simple you have to sit out the rest of the game including overtime.
You have to sit out the rest of the game when you commit your sixth foul.
You are allowed to foul six times. However, once you get the sixth foul, you will be fouled out of the game and will not be allowed to participate for the rest of the game.
nothing really they mark it on the score sheet and then the person you fowled gets to shoot, they only take action if you have 4 fowls, then you cannot play for the reast of the game
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.
at first the team plays with four but once they get down to three they have to fore fit
you get fouled out
i play basketball and if the person with the ball goes up for the shot and you slap him on the arm it is a shooting foul and you go to line to shoot free throws
it will be considered a foul then the ball goes to the opponent.
There is no pentalty nor foul. It automatically goes to the opposing team & they have to in-bound the ball.
If it goes into foul territory before it passes 1st or 3rd base, it's a foul ball. Just like a grounder or bunt that starts fair and rolls foul. If it goes into foul territory past the base it is a fair, live ball.
Once a baseball hits the foul pole, it's a home run regardless of where it goes.
the point goes to the other team.
And 1 is a brand, but in basketball games it occurs when a player shoots, gets fouled, and the ball goes in the hoop. Because he is fouled he is awarded 1 foul shot. When he makes this foul shot it is called an and 1 because he added another point to the score board after the foul.
when the ball leave your hands it go into the air and foul back down and slow motions
Fair. If the ball hits the bag [base] first then goes foul it is fair
In basketball, a foul shot taken from the foul line is worth 1 point. A field goal, shot in normal play is worth 2 points. A shot taken outside the 3-point line will earn the successful attempt three points.
A ground ball its fair. A fly ball is foul.