the three second rule doesn't only apply to high school basketball, it applys to any basketball (including the NBA). The three second rule is when three seconds have been spent in the 'key' consecutively without exiting and re-entering the key. In which case, this is a turnover
There is no 90 second rule in basketball.
On the offensive end, the three second rule was adopted in 1936. On the defensive end, the rule was adopted in 2001.
A three second violation is a rule violation in basketball, which occurs when an offensive player is standing in the paint for more than three seconds.
you cannot be in the colored lane for more than three seconds on offense or defense
There is no time allotment in girls basketball. They can take as much time as they want. There is a 10 second rule in boys high school and college ball. The NBA has an 8 second rule.
There is a five second rule for a throw in.
the ten second rule in basketball is called when the offense (team with the ball) has not yet crossed half court on to the other side within the ten second time limit. The National Basketball Association changed this rule to the "8 second rule", where as the name suggests, an offensive player must cross the ball passed the half court line 8 seconds after gaining possession.
Varies state to state. NFHS rules state that there is a 10 second rule, however some states(usually the ones that utilize shot clocks such as California) do not use the rule. States without a shot clock (such as Arizona) typically do use the 10 second rule. NCAA women's basketball does not have a 10 second rule.