Block or shooting foul! They are not the only types of fouls there are many more!
Intentional and Technical
It takes seven fouls for it to become a one and one situation, and 8 fouls for two shots. But if someone gets fouled in the act of shooting before there are seven fouls, they get two shots.
Block, push, contact to the hand, reach in.
on player can have up to four fowls if they get 5 they are out of the game, and they are when a player slaps or hitts the other players arms (from hand to shoulder), or when a player blocks another player and moves they feet :-)
4 personal,flagrant,intentional,and technical
There are two types ... technical and personal. There are flagrant fouls, which are fouls intended to hurt another player. Shooting fouls are physical contact during a shot attempt. Technical fouls are arguments or complaints with the referee. Intentional fouls are fouls that are done to make someone shoot free throws instead of holding the ball, mostly done at the end of close-scored ball games.
The singular form of fouls is fouls.
I'm guessing the commentator was talking about the team as a whole, not one specific player. When a team has fouls to give it means that they haven't reached the 1 and 1 yet. In this case they would have only committed 5 fouls, and they 1 and 1 isn't reached until they have committed 7. Another possibility is that the player had 3 personal fouls and he could give two more fouls.
The two most "major" penalties in basketball are technical fouls and flagrant fouls. Flagrant fouls are assessed when a player fouls another player with excessive force without making a play on the ball. Technical fouls are assessed to players who disrespect other players or the referree. Technical fouls are judgement calls by the ref. they can be called for cursing, taunting, attempted fighting, arguing or many more things.
they can get 5 or six fouls before leaving the cort
You gain a strike from the first two balls that you foul off. After that, you have to get a legitimate strike (no fouls since they no longer count as an out) to become out.