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.
In basketball, an intentional foul is deliberately committed by a defensive player with a purpose to stop the play. The penalty or penalties of an intentional foul are foul shots from the fouled player in exchange for ball possession.
An intentional foul under NFHS rules is a foul designed to prevent the game clock from starting, or a foul to stop the game clock without making a legitimate play on the ball. Excessive non-flagrant contact could also be ruled an intentional foul.
Intentional foul - a personal foul which the official feels was deliberate. Two free throws are awarded, as well as a personal foul against the offender. For example someone is going for a layup and i push them against the wall. with out even trying to block there shot.
The difference between an intentional foul and a flagrant foul is that a flagrant foul is a serious personal foul. This means that the player got fouled very violently and it could have injured the player. Flagrant fouls also include a player getting hit above the shoulders with an elbow or any other body part.
Yes, it can
What happens after a foul in basketball
When it is an offensive foul.
It is the same thing. You get to shoot two foul shots either way.
It is an intentional and unnessecary foul, commited usually when a player is frustrated by the score of the game.
Yes, a technical foul is assessed as a personal foul in high school basketball.