the responsibility of basketball is to follow the rules, don't make fouls and play fare.
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.
You can't play the rest of the game.
5 players per team but if someone fouls out they can still play upon agreement by both coaches
The limit of fouls is 4. If you get a 5th foul you will get fouled out and cannot play.
In US high school and college, and international play a player is disqualified after their 5th personal foul. In the NBA a player is disqualified after their 6th personal foul.
Yes he does still play basketball
its somewhat the same. Except in basketball we play on a court(wood, cement) and in soccer we play on field(mostly grass) and the major difference is in basketball we dribble(with hand) and in soccer we play with the foot. And of course the fouls are different.Hope that helped.
Nothing, the player can play the next game. However, if a player accumulates 15 Technical Fouls over the course of an NBA season, they are suspended for one game. The same is true during the NBA playoffs, except the number before suspension is reduced to 7.
If you are playing in the N.B.A. you can play with 5 fouls. If you are in college, you can't
No degree is needed to play basketball or become a professional basketball player.