backcourt? when you play in the back of the court when your in serve recieve
you know... theyre serving, your receiving...
libero, plays backcourt defence. they are usually the person wearing a different top as they can just sub with someone without having to call out to the reff, but cant swap during a point. only allowed to play backcourt
A backcourt is a courtyard behind a housing block or tenement building, particularly in Scotland.Alternatively, it can refer to a basketball team's defensive half of the court - where the opposing team's basket is located.
That the libero. They are a backcourt receiver that can move on and off the court without subbing . They cannot play frontcourt or jump past the 3m attack line.
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.
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.
Yes cause this is backcourt violation which would end up being the other teams ball which would reset the shot clock
Yes, it is a violation. If you leave the ground from the frontcourt and catch the ball in the air, you establish possession in the frontcourt. Then when you land in the backcourt, it is over-and-back. If you catch the ball straddling the line, however, this is OK.
It is a guard that plays at the wing. Can be a small forward aswell.
10 in NCAA and lower. but 8 in the NBA.
I.) The failure to bring the ball from the backcourt into the frontcourt in the allotted 10 seconds. II.) After offense brought the ball to frontcourt, if any player on offense causes the ball to be in their team's possession on the backcourt that is a violation. (once you cross the half court you can't touch that half court line or cross it). If the defense deflects the ball into the backcourt and the offense recovers the ball, it is not a backcourt violation. I could not find any document on this and basically describing it on my experience.