Before the Kick-off players stand in there half i.e The half in which their Goal-Keeper is.
On a tee shot, then yes, you should always stand behind the player. But when players are playing their approaches, you can stand where ever you like. However, it should not be in the players line of play. Better players know where to stand, and this helps speed up play, and if you are playing with a good player you know they're going to hit it straight anyway.
if there is a technical foul while you are shooting
Gene Upshaw. He died before the season started.
Free throw line extended but behind the 3 point arch.
They are kids from the country the world cup is in. For example, the 2010 world cup is in South Africa so the kids the players stand with are from South Africa.
The 'charity stripe' is another name for the foul line that players must stand behind to shoot free throws.
you are back to back!
That is the pronunciation, but it is spelt oche. It is a darts term, referring to the line players stand behind when they are taking their throws.
If you stand back-to-back. you will both be standing behind one another.
Stand back to back.