The rule for scoring in the wrong basket is that the other team gets the point
The three second violation - check out this link ---> http://www.nba.com/analysis/rules_10.html?nav=ArticleList It is also called defensive/offensive three in the key.
There are many like the shotclock violation, 8second rule
No, there was not.
It is not a common practice, but in my state (Georgia), there is no rule against it.
If you break a rule in basketball, such as foul or double-dribble, the defending team takes the ball out-of-bounds, meaning it's their ball.
I am a high school basketball official. Good Question. There is a rule on what to do if that situation arises. Rule 2-10 is about "correctable errors." It states that the officials may correct an error if a rule is inadvertently set aside and results in: a. Awarding of an unmerited free throws b. Failure to award an unmerited freethrow(s) c. Allowing the wrong player to shoot the free throws d. Allowing a player to shoot the free throws(s) at the wrong basket e. Erroneously awarding or canceling a score. You are interested in "D." Officials may correct this error (provided it is recognized during the first dead ball after the clock has properly started). No matter how many he/she made or missed at the wrong basket, the free throws are nullified and he/she shall shoot at the proper basket. During this, points scored, the time consumed and all related activity prior to the recognition of the error shall not be nullified; meaning if a team scored then the error is realized, that basket counts.
If an offensive player posseses the basketball and is closely (within 6 ft) guarded by a defender, he must shoot, dribble, pass, or advance the ball toward the basket. It was reinstated to avoid stalling.
Side out scoring is a term used in volleyball to state that a point can be earned only by the team that is serving. This rule was in place until 1998 when it switched to rally scoring.
1 rule is you can not run with the ball
There is no 90 second rule in basketball.
4 points, but if foul it it is 3 point. This is the columbian basket ball rule.
because that is the rule...