Youth Basketball Short Rules RULES (REVISED 11/19) GRADE 3/4 GRADE 5/6 GRADE 7/8 ROSTER SIZE Maximum – 12 Maximum – 12 Maximum - 12 TIME PERIODS (Clock stops for shooting fouls & timeouts) 4 qtrs. 8 min. each. Clock stops on all whistles during last min. of each quarter and last min. of each overtime.
short version of the Official 3x3 Basketball Rules herein and the Official Interpretations thereto. 1. Court and Ball 1.1. The game will be played on a 3x3 playing court with 1 basket. A regular 3x3 playing court is 15 m (width) x 11 m (length). The court shall have a regular basketball playing court sized zone, including a free throw line (5.80
James Naismith, in devising the game of basketball in the winter of 1891-92, came up with a set of 13 rules. These rules, some of which have endured and some of which have faded away, form the backbone of the guidelines shaping basketball today. The 13 Rules of Basketball: 1. The ball may be thrown in any direction with one or both hands. 2.
this short version of the Official 3x3 Basketball Rules herein and the Official Interpretations thereto. Art. 1 Court and Ball 1.1. The game will be played on a 3x3 playing court with 1 basket. A regular 3x3 playing court is 15 m (width) x 11 m (length). The court shall have a regular basketball playing court sized zone, including a free throw line
Page 8 of 96 OFFICIAL BASKETBALL RULES 2020 June 2020 2.4.3 Free-throw lines, restricted areas and free-throw rebound places The freethrow line shall be drawn parallel to each endline. It shall have its furthest - edge 5.80 m from the inner edge of the endline and shall be 3.60 m long. Its mid-point
1) The player must bounce, or dribble, the ball with one hand while moving both feet. If, at any time, both hands touch... 2) The basketball player can only take one turn at dribbling. In other words, once a player has stopped dribbling they... 3) The ball must stay in bounds. If the offensive team ...
Violations in basketball include travelling (taking more than one step without bouncing the ball), double dribble (picking the ball up dribbling, stopping then dribbling again with two hands), goaltending (a defensive player interferes with the ball travelling downwards towards the basket) and back court violation (once the ball passes the half way line the offensive team cannot take the ball back over the half way line).
If a basket, or field goal, is made outside of the three-point arc, then that basket is worth three points. A free throw is worth one point. Free throws are awarded to a team according to some formats involving the number of fouls committed in a half and/or the type of foul committed.