10 seconds. In college if they call timeout they get a fresh 10 seconds when the ball in inbounded again. In the NBA they only get what time was left on the clock when timeout was called.
you can only stay for 5 seconds but if your on the offensive attack u can only stay in the key for 3 seconds (with or with out the ball)
A back court violation when the offensive player with the ball steps behind the half court line after crossing it.
One can find a basketball court diagram by going to the Hoops U website. The website has a number of basketball court diagrams that can be printed out for use.
There are several violations in basketball that are called back court violations:1) The offensive team has 8 seconds (NBA) or 10 seconds (college) to bring the ball from the back court to the front court after inbounding. If the offensive team cannot advance the ball from the back court to the front court in the time allotted, a back court violation is called.2) Once the offensive team brings the ball across the mid court line, they may not pass the ball to a teammate who is behind the mid court line. This is also commonly called an 'over and back violation'.3) Should an offensive player lose control of the ball in the front court, due to their own error, and the ball cross the mid court line back into the back court , the offensive team cannot regain possession of the ball without having a back court violation (over and back) called.
There's the up-tempo teams and then there's the half court teams
I'm pretty sure you have 30 seconds to get to the other side of the court, and you have to shoot the ball at least once in this time.
The correct name for it is A basketball court.
8 seconds in the regular season and 10 seconds in the ncaa tourny