Basic rules of basketball sport (Part 2)
Rules of basketball
Basketball is a sport that promotes teamwork. Two teams of five players each try to score by throwing a ball into the basket at a height of 10 feet from the ground. A game of basketball is played on a rectangular field that is the playing field with a circle in the middle.
The playing field is divided into two halves. If the attacking team places the ball in the middle of the court then develops the ball. After the attacking team has put the ball across the center line, they may no longer own the ball in the area in their rear. The ball moves throughout the entire playing court by passing or dribbling. The defending team always tries to win the ball from the opponent.
When playing basketball, the team that tries to throw the ball into the basket will score 2 points and the ball will be returned to the opponent. If the ball is thrown outside the 3-point line, that pitch is worth 3 points. 1 point for each successful free throw. A free throw is awarded to a team depending on the fouls committed by a team.
When committing a foul against a dribbler, two or three free throws will be awarded to the pitcher, depending on the scope or circumstances. Other fouls do not result in free throws until the number of times has been accumulated.
When certain milestones are reached, the offending athlete is given a chance. If the ball is successful, the player has a second chance to throw the ball. If missed from the first attempt, the ball is returned to the match.
The time when the game takes place is calculated as follows: play in 4 games, 10 minutes or 12 minutes each. College matches play 20 minutes each half, while in high school only play about 8 minutes each game.
There is a 15 minute break between halves for each inning for FIBA, NBA or NCAA tournaments and 10 minutes for high school matches. There are 5 minutes of extra time for professional tournaments, while there is 4 minutes in high school tournaments. The two teams return to the field, the actual playing time is calculated when the match takes place, time stopped. Therefore, matches often take longer than expected.