Walt "clyde" Frazier just mentioned in a Knicks broadcast that he had never received a technical foul in his NBA career. Now, Im sure there's been others, as some NBA "careers" have been very short. I'd like to find a chart with the most games played without a T.. in fact I was looking for one when I found this Question.
Magic Johnson holds the record. Technical fouls were not held as an official stat until a later date, so many earlier players like Wilt Chaimberlain did not have their technical fouls counted.
Was that a charge or a blocking foul
Mark Price of the Cleveland Cavaliers had the highest career shooting percentage in NBA history.
In the NBA you are allowed 6 personal fouls before being disqualified from the game. In high school, college, and international games it's 5 fouls before being disqualified.
if they dont touch them its neither, but if they touch its a personal The above answer is incorrect. It is a technical foul at all levels through college to face guard an opponent (except in the NBA which allows eye guarding).
You get a fine and a 1 game suspension
you can have unlimited personal fouls. you cannot be fouled out of the game with an offensive foul, but still counts to your personal foul count.
A technical foul is given to a player when he loses control, pushes/shoves a player, physical contact, yelling at referee, basically inappropriate behavior. Two technicals = an ejection.
In the college game, a team has to forfeit the game when they are down to one eligible player--- unless the referee believes they could still win the game.In the NBA, teams must have five players on the court, and there is a rarely-used procedure where players can come back into the game if their team runs out of players. If a player comes back in after fouling out and gets another personal foul, his team is assessed a technical foul in addition to the personal foul.
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.
After a player commits his sixth personal foul of the contest, he's disqualified.
You get 2 free throws in college and 1 free throw in the NBA.
I don't think you can i have never gotten one ever. It's also very rare to get a charge as well.
It's a free throw worth one point after someone on the other team gets a technical foul which are given out when a player or coach acts out of conduct such as yelling at the ref, talking trash, taunting, showboating, etc. In the NBA, a player shoots one technical shot for one point. In high school and NCAA (college) they get two technical shots for two points. In the NBA if both players/coaches on separate teams both get a technical foul it's a "double technical" and no free throws are shot.
a techical foul is when you say yell at the ref perposly push some one down yell at a coach and or player ect while a flagrant foul is you accidently hit someones hand or touch arm or run into them
On February 29th, 2012, in a game between the Chicago Bulls and the San Antonio Spurs, Spurs guard Gary Neal was called for a technical foul for tying his shoe (5:31 left in the first quarter).