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Out of Bounds The top, sides and bottom of the backboard are all considered inbounds, according to the National Collegiate Athletic Association. A ball that strikes any of these parts of the backboard is considered to be inbounds, unless it strikes the backboard and then falls out of bounds without being touched.
How high should top of backboard be?
The top of the hoop is 10 feet (305 cm) above the ground. Regulation backboards are 72 inches (183 cm) wide by 42 inches (110 cm) tall. All basketball rims (hoops) are 18 inches (46 cm) in diameter. The inner rectangle on the backboard is 24 inches (61 cm) wide by 18 inches (46 cm) tall.
What is it called when a person touches the ball on its way in to the cylinder?
In basketball, basket interference is the violation of (a) touching the ball or any part of the basket (including the net) while the ball is on the rim of the basket, (b) touching the ball when it is within the cylinder extending upwards from the rim, (c) reaching up through the basket from below and touching the ball.
Is it legal to shoot over the backboard?
International Basketball Federation (FIBA) A player can plant his feet behind the basket without driving to the hoop and legally deliver a shot that passes straight over the backboard. It’s only disallowed if the ball touches the basket support, or if the player steps on the baseline.
Can a basketball player be the first to touch the ball after being out of bounds?
Basketball Out Of Bounds Rules You are out-of-bounds if you touch an object out of bounds. It is only a violation if a player steps out of bounds and then is the first player to touch it after coming back inbounds. If a player has the ball and steps out of bounds, it’s a turnover and the other team gets the ball.
Who can touch the top of the backboard?
NBA video: Duke’s Zion Williamson touches the top of backboard with relative ease.
When the player touches the floor or any object on or outside a boundary?
The player is out-of-bounds when he touches the floor or any object on or outside a boundary. For location of a player in the air, his position is that from which he last touched the floor.