over the back.
A personal foul where no team has control of the ball
If the ball landed behind home plate, it is already a foul ball, even if it rolls back into fair territory. If the batter already has 2 strikes and then the ball is bunted foul, it's an out. The above answer is wrong. If a batted ball lands behind home plate but rolls forward and settles on the plate or in front of the plate, it is a fair ball.
When a player on the team with the ball commits a foul
It is a foul to snatch the ball away if it is in your opponent's hands
Basketball foul shots are given when ou have the ball, and you are going for the shot, when you are fouled by the other team.
A dead ball foul is a term in which the ball has not been inbounded, the clock is stopped, thus a "dead ball," and a foul has been commited.
A foul ball is any ball that is hit and is outside of the foul lines. A foul tip is when only the very edge of the bat connects with the ball, generally still allowing the ball to land behind the batter.
You put your hands behind your head like your holding on to the back of your neck but with the ball in your hands. You then throw it back over your head. If the ball is behind your head enough it is considered a foul.
It depends. If you were to harrass the player then that would be a technical foul. But if you are just yelling shot as they are shooting, or ball ball then no it would not be a foul
In cricket, it's just a hit ball: the batsman can run if he wishes. To counter this, the defense will often put several defending players behind (called the slips) if they think the batsman will hit back there. In baseball, you must hit within the foul lines; hitting that ball behind is called a foul ball. This is called a strike (one of three), although a non-caught foul ball will not be called as the third strike.
Yes. Once a ball is called a foul, it remains a foul. It can not become anything besides a foul.
The shooter has to wait for the ball to touch the rim.
Theres a forward foul. A back foul. A mid-field foul and other fouls.
NO... you would have to steal it ... stripping the ball like in football would Intel that you wrestling for the ball in basketball they will call it a foul or a jump ball if you try to strip it ...
When you get a foul, you either go to the sidelines and throw the ball in to your team mates or you go behind the free throw line and you get to shoot either one or two shots without anybody guarding you.
The ball is given to the other team.
A foul ball
You can foul someone whether you or them have the ball. If you make "illegal contact" with another player its a foul.
Blocking foulCharging foul (also called offensive foul)Reach-in foulTechnical foul (only given out if the player is acting out of conduct)Loose-ball foul (also called "Over the back foul")
There is no such thing as an intentional technical foul in high school basketball. Fouls that would give a team 2 free throws and the ball to inbound include an intentional foul, a technical foul and a flagrent foul.
No, that is considered a foul