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Rules & Resource Library - nz.basketball

2020 FIBA Official Basketball Rules – Equipment. pdf. 5.07 MB. VIEW. FIBA Official Interpretations. pdf. 1.53 MB. VIEW. FIBA Rule Changes Summary 1 October 2020 (Effective 1 Jan 2021 in NZ)

BASKETBALL RULES - Social Sport

BASKETBALL RULES 1) The Court and Scoring a) The court is made up of the light blue basketball court. b) 2points will be awarded for every basket made inside the offensive teams own half, 3points will be awarded for every basket made outside the offensive teams half. 2point will be awarded if a player is fouled while shooting and an additional

The Rules | Basketball New ZealandBasketball New Zealand

FIBA Official Basketball Rules FIBA Official Basketball Rules – Equipment FIBA Official Interpretations FIBA Rule Changes Summary 1 October 2020 (Effective 1 Jan 2021 in NZ) Rule change videos; FIBA Uniforms Approval Guidelines (January 2021) FIBA Player’s Uniform Guidelines (January 2021)

Basketball New Zealand

Contact Us. Physical Address: Level 1, 55 Abel Smith Street, Wellington, 6011 Postal Address: PO Box 6052, Marion Square, Wellington, 6141 Phone: +64 4 498 5950 Fax: +64 4 472 3623

NZNBL: New Zealand National Basketball League

The rules covering Finals Eligibility are as follows: Finals Eligibility • To be eligible to play in the Finals, a player must have played in a minimum of 25% of a team’s regular season games, that is to be suited up for the game, recorded on the score sheet and having participated on the court in that game.

Basketball Basics - The Rules, Concepts, Definitions, and ...

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.

Wheelchair | Basketball New ZealandBasketball New Zealand

The bulk of the rules are as for able-bodied basketball with some specific differences to cater for the chairs in terms of obstruction and fouls, double dribbles are allowed (as some players need to carry the ball on their lap) and a travel is where a player pushes on the wheel more than twice without bouncing the ball.

Competition Resources - Basketball New Zealand

1.30 MB. VIEW. 2021 BBNZ Competitions Calendar (as At 26 Feb 21) pdf. 116.42 KB. VIEW. 2021 BBNZ Tournament Entry Fees Quote (as At 1 Apr 21) pdf. 130.42 KB.

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