yes DEC 2 2005 against the Utah Jazz...........u guys are idiots thinkin he has never fouled out ........that game he also had 30 points
It's highly unlikely, but my guess is that the team loses
Well according to Chacha this has never happened in the NCAA or NBA.
personal team technical
After 5 team fouls.
Fouls in basketball are when a player makes aggresive contact to a player on the opposing team.
In most leagues it is 5 fouls until you are out. However, in some tournaments they can make up whatever rules they want so any number of fouls. But basically it is 5 fouls. -Kristen (I have played basketball for 6 years)
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'.
When the other team has more fouls then they should
nothing they are just over the foul limit
It means if your team gets 4 fouls in a quarter then you will shoot 2 free throws the rest of the fouls
You need 7 team fouls to go to the line for bonus and 10 is double bonus.
In the NBA, there is nothing significant about 10 team fouls. In college, 10 team fouls means that the opposing team gets to shoot 2 free throws every time they are fouled.
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
NBA Basketball, you're only allowed 4 fouls to commit before the opposition shoots 2 free throws on every foul caused. paul yawson asa