Basketball Rules

Everyone on the basketball court is free to move around, and positions are assigned to match the players’ attributes. However, two or more SGs (shooting guards) can play simultaneously, and five persons on the court can be placed wherever on the court based on strategy and tactics.

At the position of point guard,

It serves as a command tower, deciding on the actions of five team members on the court and issuing orders. A team with a strong point guard, also described as a “coach on the court,” is more stable.

Guard on the firing line

We will actively aim for long-distance shots such as 3-pointers while playing the role of a point guard’s assistant.

Keep moving forward.

The main battleground is centered on the rectangle (paint area) near the goal, and you can score and rebound by using your body.


The team’s tallest and largest player. It is regarded as the team’s key pillar, with the responsibility of standing beneath the goal and defending it.

When on offense, the team must make a shot within 24 seconds. The 24-second countdown will be reset if the ball strikes the ring within 24 seconds. When the attacking team has the ball, the clock will be reset to 14 seconds, and if the defensive team has control of the ball, the watch will be reset to 24 seconds. There is frequently a 24-second counter on the goal at the game venue.

The maximum number of individuals who can take part in the match

Five members in a single team

There should be no more than ten to fifteen replacement members, including the captain.

(With a total of 5 players on the court)

The number of players or shifts might go on indefinitely during a game.

When the ball is deemed to have veered off the fairway, the first person to touch it must throw it back into play. In a disagreement, the umpire will toss it into the field. The thrower-in has five seconds to hold it; if he retains it longer, it goes to the opponent. The umpire will foul on a team if they keep delaying the game.

When three consecutive fouls are committed, the umpire shall judge the men and shall write the fouls and tell the referee. He will have the authority to disqualify men under Rule 5.

The referee is the ball’s judge, deciding when the ball is in play, in bounds, and to whose side it belongs, as well as keeping time. He will determine when a goal has been scored, keep track of the plans, and conduct any other duties that a referee would normally perform.