backcourt? when you play in the back of the court when your in serve recieve you know... theyre serving, your receiving...
Backcourt and Frontcourt - The names for the half-court areas in which the two teams play defense and offense respectively. One team's frontcourt is the opposing team's backcourt.
there is an 8 second count in the backcourt for both womens and mens games
One rule in basketball is, once you cross halfcourt with the ball, you cannot go back to the other half of the court; hence, backcourt. If you go backcourt, or go over halfcourt again after passing it with the ball, you turn the ball over, or give it to the other team, because backcourt is an illegal action in the game of basketball.
The backcourt rule in basketball is simple. Once a team crosses over the half court line once and they do it again it is backcourt because you have to stay on that side of the court. But if you are passing the ball in you can pass it to the other side of the court and then dribble it over but that is the only exception.
its the back of the court in volleyball, also where you serve from.
Theres not a certain amount of seconds. The second your foot goes over the halfcourt line the ref will blow the whistle and call backcourt.
Yes cause this is backcourt violation which would end up being the other teams ball which would reset the shot clock
The question is sort of confusing, I will answer the best way I can: you can inbound the ball and pass it to someone backcourt, even though you had already crossed midcourt. So for example: if the defense fouls you (not a shooting foul), your team keeps possession, when you inbound the ball, you can pass it to a player that is backcourt and it won't be a violation. Hope this helped.
10 in NCAA and lower. but 8 in the NBA.