I think it should be unlimited team fouls, but 6 fouls for a player in the nba, 5 in College.
Six fouls are allowed in the NBA.
There are 5 fouls in 1 minute of a basketball game so if a match lasts 5 minutes then there our 25 fouls in abasketball game
All fouls from behind and those fouls that target the player and not the "game"
Most likely the Portland Trail Blazers when Rasheed Wallace set the single season record for technicals with 41.
51 fouls committed by Northern State College, SD vs Southern Indiana on November 15, 1997. This is also the NCAA Division II record.Division I Record: Arizona (50 fouls) vs. Northern Arizona on January 26, 1953Division III Record: Condordia Chicago (47 fouls) vs. Trinity Christian College, IL on February 26, 1988
there are 4 fouls for a team in basketball
A team can have no more than 6 team fouls
57 University of Evansville vs Indiana State University 1-17-2009 Evansville In Missouri Valley Conference Not anymore! 2-23-09 #15 Kansas vs #3 Oklahoma 60 fouls total, (29 KU, 31 OU) 1-16-10 #12 Kansas State vs Colorado 68 total fouls November 12, 2010 Texas A&M 34 fouls Alcorn State 36 fouls Total: 70 EDIT: 91 fouls is the NCAA Men's Basketball Record and NCAA Division II Men's Basketball Record. Northern State had 51 fouls (an NCAA record for a single team in a game) vs Southern Indiana (with 40 fouls) in a triple overtime game on November 15, 1997 The Division I Record: 84 fouls between Arizona (50) and Northern Arizona (34) on January 26, 1953 The Division III Record: 80 fouls between Grinnel College, IA (46) and St. Norbert College, WI (34) on January 8, 2000
Team fouls are reset to 3. Personal fouls remain the same