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Violations and fouls in basketball


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Third quarter lesson in Physical Education 9

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Violations and fouls in basketball

  1. 1. Physical Education 9 Mr. Al-lyn L. Vocal
  2. 2. 24-Second Violation - teams must attempt a shot within 24 seconds Three in the Key - An offensive or defensive player cannot remain in the lane (key) for more than three seconds at a time
  3. 3. Double Dribble - A violation in which a player dribbles the ball, stops, then begins to dribble again Charging - A violation in which an offensive player runs into a stationary opponent Travelling - A violation in which a player takes too many steps without dribbling the basketball
  4. 4. Eight-Second Violation - After a basket, the offensive team has eight seconds to get the ball over midcourt Palming - A violation in which a player moves his hand under the ball and scoops it while dribbling
  5. 5. Goaltending - When a defensive player interferes illegally with a shot on the rim or on a downward path to the hoop; the shot is assumed in and the offensive team receives the basket
  6. 6. Blocking - When a player uses their body position to prevent their opponent from advancing Charging - When an offensive player runs into a defender who has an established position Elbowing - When a player swings their elbows in an excessive manner and makes contact with their opponent
  7. 7. Illegal Screen - the player setting the screen is still moving when the defender makes contact with them. This is a form of blocking which prevents the defender from moving around the screen Hand Check - when a defender intermittently or continuously uses one or both hands on an opposing player, usually the ball handler
  8. 8. Holding - using the hands to interfere with or limit an opponent's freedom of movement Over-the-Back - jumping on and over the back of an opposing player who is attempting to rebound the basketball Reaching In - when attempting to steal the basketball, the defender extends their arm and hand and makes contact with the ballhandler
  9. 9. Tripping - when a player uses their foot or leg to cause their opponent to fall or loose their balance
  10. 10. Flagrant Foul - A foul committed in an violent and harmful manner. Intentional Foul - A foul committed on purpose, usually by a defensive player, to stop the clock or prevent a basket.
  11. 11. Shooting Foul - When a defender makes contact with an offensive player who is in the act of shooting the basketball. Technical Foul - Violations and misconduct that are detrimental to the game. These are penalized by free-throw opportunities.
  12. 12. Flagrant Foul - Two free throws, possession of the basketball out of bounds, and the player committing the foul is disqualified. Intentional Foul - Two free throws and possession of the basketball out of bounds.
  13. 13. Personal Foul - Possession of the basketball out of bounds. One-and-one free throw situation if the team is above their foul limit. Shooting Foul - Two or three free throws depending on the type of shot taken. Technical Foul - Two free throws and possession of the basketball out of bounds.
  14. 14. Start Clock
  15. 15. Stop Clock
  16. 16. 60 sec Time-out
  17. 17. 30 sec Time-out
  18. 18. Stop clock for Jumping ball
  19. 19. Stop clock for Foul
  20. 20. Stop Clock for Substitution
  21. 21. Double Foul
  22. 22. Technical Foul
  23. 23. Blocking
  24. 24. Holding
  25. 25. Intentional Foul
  26. 26. Travelling
  27. 27. 3-sec violation
  28. 28. Palming the Ball
  29. 29. 5-sec violation
  30. 30. Point Scored
  31. 31. Bonus Free Throws
  32. 32. No Score
  33. 33. Free Throws