A basketball game organized by International Basketball Federation, consists of 4 quarters (periods) of 10 minutes with 2 minutes gap between each quarter. The allotted time of a NBA game is 48 minutes, split into 4 quarters of 12 minutes but normally it takes a much longer time to finish an NBA game as there are so many interruptions and delays involve in a game.
High School - High school basketball games are made up of four 8-minute quarters or two 16-minute halves. College - NCAA college basketball games consists of two 20 minute halves. This is the same for the WNBA and international games. NBA - NBA games are made up of four 12-minute quarters.
5 minutes over-time: 2x20 minutes 5 minutes over-time: Shot clock: 24 seconds After offensive rebound: 14 seconds: 24 seconds: Men: 35 seconds Women: 30 seconds: 3-point line: 6.75m (6.60 on baseline) 7.24m (6.70m on baseline) Men: 6.25m Women: 6.325m: Time-outs: 2 in first half 3 in second half (but only 2 in last two minutes of the 4 th period) 1 per OT period
Each quarter session lasts for 8 minutes. However, just like NBA, the timeout is allowed between the first and last two quarters, which is 10 minutes and does not calculate in total time. In case the game ties, the overtime permitted would be four minutes, which would be allowed after the last quarter.
NBA Timeouts. The rules of NBA timeouts have changed as recently as 2017. The new rules allow seven timeouts per team, with each timeout lasting 75 seconds. However, there are restrictions upon when these timeouts may be used: Each team can only use up to four timeouts in the fourth quarter.
FIBA, NCAA, and even some high school basketball States in the U.S.A. run on 10 minutes a quarter or 20-minute halves, totaling 40 minutes of game time. The exception of this ratio is that most high school may run 8 minute quarters.
NBA rules state that each team is given six timeouts each during the course of a 48-minute game, with one 20-second timeout allowed per half and each overtime period. Each team is also limited to ...
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