lane violation goaltending violation offensive interference defensive interference kicked ball violation
Yes, it is called an offensive three second violation.
A lane violation is when a player tries to get a rebound before the ball gets to touch the rim during a free throw (high school rules). A key violation or "3 in the key" is when a player (offensive player or defensive player) is under the basket (known as the "paint") for more than 3 seconds.
Generally, the answer is no. For instance, a lane violation is not a foul. When a player is shooting a free throw, the other players underneath the basket are not allowed to enter the key until that player releases (shoots) the ball. If they enter the key before the player shoots the ball, that is a lane violation, and the player will shoot another free throw (unless he made the shot). Thus, a violation is not always a foul.
·Three-Second Rule- No offensive player can be in the free-throw lane for longer than 3 seconds at a time.·Five-Second Inbound Violation- When passing the ball inbounds after gaining possession, players have five seconds to get the ball to a teammate.·Five-Second Possession Violation- When a ballhandler is being defended within six feet in the frontcourt, and fails to get rid of the basketball within five seconds.·Lane Violation- During a free throw situation, if you enter the lane too soon, it's called a lane violation and results in a turnover or the other team gets another free throw attempt.·Ten-Seconds In The Backcourt- When the offensive team takes ten or more seconds to move the basketball across the midcourt line into the front court.
Yes it is considered a moving violation in all states
A violation is when you brake a rule and the other team gets the ball :)
In any type of violation, the other team will get the ball.
In basketball, lane shooting is taking shots from inside the free throw lane. This is usually difficult because of the number of defenders.
some rules in basketball are Back-court violation, Traveling, Goaltending, Out of bounds, Shot clock violation
In basketball terms, a violation is the breaking of a rule that does not result from physical contact, except for charging. Examples of a violation are double dribbles, travelling, goaltending, and 24 second shot clock violation.
This varies state by state. In some states it is a moving violation.
a 3 second violation is when you stay in the paint for two long
Foul and violation.