No. A basketball game cannot end in a tie, therefore, the teams will play as many overtime periods as needed to break the tie.
The word tie in games mean draw both teams haveequal scores.
Both teams are OK. It's actually kind of a tie. -_-
Both teams would have to have the same score when the time runs out in either the game or overtime.
Can we apply a triple tie fiba rule with 1 team beat the other 2 team?..We have 7 teams in each bracket then top 2 teams will qualify to the semi-finals 1 team of the 7 teams already qualify but we have a triple tie in standings...1 team beat the other 2 team.can we apply winner over the other rule?
they both proceeded cause they both had more points then the other two teams
it's when a ball appears on a fan's tie
as long as it takes for a team to win or its just called as a tie and there's a rematch
They both don't know how to pass the ball so i would say a tie.
Multiple ties require calculation to establish final positioning. In basketball the triple tie breaker requires adding up the teams scores to determine final rank.
At the end of the season, there may be a tie with the wildcard teams or even in a division itself. In the case of a tie, those teams must play one game to determine who will finish the regular season with the best record.
The western tie was called a bolo tie
No, there are usually tie breakers.
A score of say 2 2 between teams is a draw which is the equivalent of a tie
There is a prioritized list of tie breaking rules set up to do this. We'll look at how the tie was broken between the Pittsburgh Steelers, Houston Texans, Baltimore Ravens and New York Jets, the four AFC teams that finished the season with a won/loss record of 9-7 and were in contention for wildcard spots. The NFL tie breaking rules state if two or more of the tied teams come from the same division, the tie between these teams must be broken before breaking the tie between the remaining teams. So, while the Jets and Texans 'rested', tie breaker rules were used to break the tie between the Steelers and Ravens. 1) The first criteria is best won/loss record in head to head matchups. The Ravens and Steelers played twice in 2009 with each team winning once. The tie cannot be broken. 2) The second criteria is best won/loss record against teams in their division (AFC North). The Ravens had a 3-3 record against teams in the AFC North and the Steelers had a record of 2-4 against teams in the AFC North. The Ravens, having the best record, win the tie breaker and the Steelers are eliminated from further consideration. This leaves the Ravens, Jets, and Texans and the tie between these three teams must be broken. Since these three teams play in different divisions, the three will go head to head to head in a tie breaker process. 1) The first criteria is best won/loss records in games played against each other which is known as a 'head to head sweep'. If any of the three teams has played the other two teams and lost both games, they are eliminated from further consideration. Also, if any of the three teams has played the other two teams and won both games, they automatically win the tie breaker. The Jets defeated the Texans but did not play the Ravens. The Texans lost to the Jets but did not play the Ravens. This criteria cannot be used to break the tie. 2) The second criteria is best won/loss record against teams within the conference. The Ravens and Jets had a 7-5 record against AFC teams and the Texans had a 6-6 record against AFC teams. The Texans lose the tie breaker and the Jets and Ravens are 'crowned' wildcard playoff teams. Now, the tie between the Jets and Ravens must be broken to see who is the #5 seed and who is the #6 seed. 1) The first criteria is best won/loss record in head to head matchups. Since the Jets and Ravens did not play each other, this criteria cannot be used to break the tie. 2) The second criteria is best won/loss record in games they played against teams within the conference. Both the Jets and Ravens had a 7-5 record against AFC teams, therefore, this criteria cannot be used to break the tie. 3) The third criteria is best won/loss record against common opponents as long as each played at least four games against common opponents. Common opponents are defined as teams that both the Jets and Ravens played during the season. The common opponents were the Patriots, Bengals, Colts, and Raiders. In these games, the Jets won/loss record was 4-1 and the Ravens won/loss record was 1-4. The Jets win the tie breaker and are given the #5 seed while the Ravens are given the #6 seed.
As of the 2005-2006 season, NHL games can no longer end in a tie. If the game is tied at the end of regulation, both teams are awarded one point and the teams will play five minutes of 4 on 4 hockey (assuming there are no carry over penalties). If at the end of the five minutes AND the teams are still tied, then the teams have a shootout until one team wins. The winning team earns one additional point.
It was a tie 0 to 0, allowing both teams to go through to the "knockout" round (sudden death elimination).
In cricket, a tie is distinct from a draw. A tie occurs when scores of both the teams are equal at the conclusion of the play and when a team does not concludes its innings by the scheduled end of the play, this becomes a draw.
You tie through the holes
Kentucky in 1918
Tie games are usually decided by penalty kick shootouts.
The 2008 New England Patriots (11-5) are not in the Playoffs because they lost tie breakers to both the Miami Dolphins (11-5) and the Baltimore Ravens (11-5). Both the Ravens and Dolphins had a better tie conference record that the Patriots. Both teams had an 8-4 conference record compared to the Patriot's 7-5 conference record. See the related links below for the NFL tie breaking procedures.
No if there is a tie after regulation then it goes into overtime
a tie-breaking game between each other