Basketball NSW is the governing body for basketball in New South Wales. Basketball NSW is an affiliated member of Basketball Australia (BA), the national governing body. Our aim is to grow, develop and promote the game by supporting our members, stakeholders and the basketball family in general. We have been playing and enjoying “the game ...
Basketball NSW is the governing body for basketball in New South Wales. Basketball NSW is an affiliated member of Basketball Australia (BA), the national governing body. Our aim is to grow, develop and promote the game by supporting our members, stakeholders and the basketball family in general.
DET NSW School Sports Unit Basketball The following rules should be applied when organising a game. Full FIBA rules apply to game situations and are available from the www.fiba.com website. THE TEAM A team of five players with up to 5 substitutes is required. EQUIPMENT
Rules of the Game. The rules and regulations of basketball are in place to protect participants and enhance their enjoyment of the game. Further Resources. FIBA Official Basketball Rules (valid from 1 October 2014) (PDF 4 MB) FIBA Official Basketball Equipment (valid from 1 October 2014) (PDF 841 KB)
For all Basketball Championships enquiries please contact the School Sport Australia National Basketball Advisor: Mr Brad Spicer. Phone: 08 9550 6100. E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Rules and Guidelines. To view the Combined SSA Basketball Championships rules click here (updated July 2021).
The Rules. Basketball is a team sport. Two teams of five players each try to score by shooting a ball through a hoop elevated 10 feet above the ground. The game is played on a rectangular floor called the court, and there is a hoop at each end. The court is divided into two main sections by the mid-court line.
3. Rules for the offensive. This side comprises the team with the ball. They have 5 main rules they need to observe. These are: The ball must stay in bounds. Since you will be having control of the ball, you need to stay in bounds so that the other team does not get to control the ball. You must dribble the ball with one hand.
COVID-19 UPDATES. Basketball Australia is committed to caring for the health and well-being of our basketball community. As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to develop around the globe and shift our everyday lives, Basketball Australia would like to provide you with an avenue for resources and information such as Health and Government updates, State-specific information, as well ...
In high-level basketball teams have a maximum of 24 seconds to attempt a shot once they obtain possession of the ball. If they miss a shot but are able to rebound (catch) the ball they are given another 14 seconds to attempt a shot.