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The Chicago Bulls. The Chicago Bulls.
Overtime in which play is stopped as soon as one contestant scores.
5-5 is played with 20 minute period of overtime. this is sudden-death, however.
Three 20 minute periods. If a regulary season game is tied after three periods, this is followed by a 5 minute sudden death overtime and if necessary a shootout. A playoff game has unlimited sudden death overtime, divided into 20 minute periods.
Lingering death tiebreak and sudden death tiebreak.
If overtime is sudden death, there would be no extra point. The game would end when the touchdown is scored. If overtime is based on time, and not sudden death, the penalty would be assessed on the kickoff
In modern fencing, the longest a 15 touch bout can last is ten minutes, including overtime, or Sudden Death. The longest a 5 touch bout can last is four minutes with Sudden Death.
French philosopher Voltaire.
SUDDEN DEATH - "Settling a tie with a single stroke. The term comes from a variety of sports...The term was transferred to other kinds of instantaneous decision in the late 20th century..." It is used, with varying rules applied, in football, soccer, ice hockey, golf and tennis. Gamblers used the term even earlier to describe the final single throw of the dice or flip of the coin. Interestingly enough, the first appearance of the phrase 'sudden death' had nothing to do with sports. Mark Twain reported it in 1865 as a frontier expression for rotgut whiskey."
Phrase originally coined in the new testament. Judas delivered Jesus the Kiss of Death in order to identify him to the Jews for his arrest.
It occurred after the first overtime if the score was still dead-locked. In the next ot, the first team that scored a bucket won the game.