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The rules of basketball are the rules and regulations that govern the play, officiating, equipment and procedures of basketball. While many of the basic rules are uniform throughout the world, variations do exist. Most leagues or governing bodies in
In Game 5 of the first-round playoff series between the Memphis Grizzlies and the Los Angeles Clippers, Tony Allen's layup attempt stopped on the back of the rim: http://www. youtube. com/watch?v=Gw4somVK0sY This is ruled a jump ball
Box out your opponent, if necessary. Boxing out, as stated, is a means of blocking another player from reaching the basket. You can use your hands and feet to position yourself between the opposing player and the basket
Originally Posted by illsmak I know ray_glenn is gonna come in and tell me what, but I just wanna know, seriously, has he ever made a prediction that wasn't pretty OBVIOUS using his stats/PER and had it actually be right? Somebody say my name? I have
Latitude and longitude are angles that uniquely define points on a sphere. Together, the angles comprise a coordinate scheme that can locate or identify geographic positions on the surfaces of planets such as the earth. Latitude is defined with respe
— Here's good news for Golden State: It's not over. Close, but not over. There are nine teams in NBA history who have successfully overcome 3-1 deficits to win a series, which is the task the defending champion Warriors now face in their Western Conf
Let me first define a comeback. Whether football has more comebacks or not will be based on this definition. A comeback in football should be defined as one in which there is a two goal lead
After years and years of teasing, the long-awaited Playstation game The Last Guardian has become nearly mystical in its series of delays. A Oct. 25, 2016 was finally announced and confirmed for the project, but Playstation has announced its release d
When or when not. That a dribble is "completed" , is although defined by the NBA Rules. Ultimately it is the Referees that rule the game
Is there a stat for number of missed “open look” shots in an NBA basketball game? Not for a specific game that I was able to find, but NBA. com appears to have this statistic over a period of time. From NBA