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NBA basketball can be a very strategic game. Here are some of the frequently asked questions about hoops strategies. TimeoutsFoulsDefensive StrategiesOffensive StrategiesNear the End of the Game Timeouts How many timeouts does each team get in a regu
Yes, in the NCAA when the ball is shot, after it has left the hand of the shooter, it is in possession of neither team. Therefore anyone, including the shooter, can catch the ball, resume dribbling or pass/shoot. The referee must determine that it wa
Tim Donaghy, a former NBA referee, wrote a book titled Personal Foul (it was originally titled Blowing the Whistle but was renamed after he had to find another publisher). Deadspin published some excerpts from the book. Donaghy wrote that the fans pa
I can answer this for the "usual" case. People do all sorts of weird things in sports wagering and the ilk; but the 95% case is here. The eight teams you reference are the First Four
Because you want the extra possession in the 4th quarter. The team that gains possession after the opening tap will put the ball into play at their opponent’s end line to begin the fourth period. The team losing the opening tap will put the ball into
Short Answer: Scientifically, the size of the arena is irrelevant to the shooting performance though the nervousness of playing in front of a big crowd can negatively affect a player's shooting. Long Answer: Statistically speaking, the stadium doesn'
1 and 1 means you're going to shoot a free throw and, if you make it, you're going to shoot another free throw. In terms of being "in 1 and 1" that means that if you get a non shooting foul, instead of the other team just getting the ball, they get t
The keys to taking a charge are anticipation, speed, and attention to detail. Anticipation refers to knowing where the ball is and knowing where the players are moving to, before they do. In order to take a charge, you have to get to where the offens
I found this answer while researching the basketball version of this question. J. T
The NBA draft is an annual event dating back to 1947 in which the thirty teams from the National Basketball Association (NBA) can draft players who are eligible and wish to join the league. These are typically college basketball players, but internat