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Technical Foul
A Technical Foul can be defined as any form of foul which does not involve physical contact, or a foul which is committed by a non-player (though still somebody who is officially associated with that team, e.g. a Coach, Manager, etc.).

In basketball, a technical foul (also informally known as a "T" or a "Tech") is any infraction of the rules penalized as a foul which does not involve physical contact during the course of play between players on the court, or is a foul by a non-player.

NBA Technical Foul Leaders
Unsurprisingly, Rasheed Wallace leads all active NBA players in career technical fouls (317 and counting) and the single-season mark (41 in 2000-01). Wallace has been ejected from 31 games, most in the league since 1991-92.

Is it a technical foul if a player gets intentionally fouled on a fast break?
That depends. If he was intentionally fouled but the player was going for the ball, than no. If the player was not going for the ball, than yes.
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Technical foul
This covers such things as bad language and other unsportsmanlike conduct.
A free throw is awarded to the other team.

~ - Called against any player or coach for unsportsmanlike conduct such as swearing or arguing with a referee. A ~ awards the other team at least one free throw and possession of the ball.

~: A violation, such as a player or coach using profanity, that results in the other team getting free throws and possession of the ball. Also called a "T," as in "T him up." ...

~: A foul most commonly associated with unsportsmanlike non-contact behavior. However, some procedural violations are also ~s. The term is frequently abbreviated to simply "tech" or "T." ...

~ - Misconduct that officials believe are detrimental to the game; can be assessed against team members on the floor or seated on the bench. penalized by a free-throw opportunity to the non-offending team; also called a "T".

~: type of foul generally committed when a player or a coach violates certain rules, most often after contesting a decision by the referees.
Free throw: penalty granted to a player who has been fouled while shooting.

~-- Intentionally misusing an esoteric stat because nobody will know the difference.
Bad Spacing-- Whensomebuffoonleavesacommentlikethis! ...

~: A deliberate or a repeated infringement of the proper conduct of the game or of the spirit of sportsmanship and fair play. ~s by a player are all player fouls which do not involve contact with an opponent.
Technical Committee Official body responsible for: ...

A ~ is assessed for violations such as illegal defense as well as player and coach misconduct.
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Fouls that do not involve contact with another player, like preventing a throw-in being taken, arguing with officials, or unsporting behaviour. Two free throws will be given to the non-offending team.

~: The penalty for a violation of conduct, such as abusive language or fighting. Each ~ awards a free throw to the opposing team and also means an automatic fine for the player who commits the violation.

~: A ~ is a foul given for unsportsmanlike conduct or other actions that the Referee feels deserving of a ~. Please see section NBA Fouls Explained.

~ - a foul that does not involve contact with an opponent; a foul that involves unsportsmanlike-like conduct by a player, coach or non-player; or a contact foul committed by a player while the ball is dead.

Any deliberate or repeated non-cooperation or non-compliance with the rules and the spirit of the rules is considered a ~.

A type of foul usually called because of a procedural violation or misconduct not involving physical contact between players, although very violent contact is sometimes punished with a ~ as well as a personal foul.

~s or Ts: misconduct that officials believe are detrimental to the game; penalized by a free-throw opportunity to the non-offending team
Three-point play: a 2-point field goal followed by a successful free-throw ...

~ (TF)
Procedural violations and misconduct that officials believe are detrimental to the game; penalized by a single free-throw opportunity to the non-offending team (2 free-throws in college).
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A ~ is a big statement that you're very unhappy with how the game is being handled by the referees.

The number of ~s accumulated on a player by officials.
Total fouls
The number of fouls accumulated on a player by officials. These include ~s in college, not in the pros.

technical; ~ ((basketball) a foul that can be assessed on a player or a coach or a team for unsportsmanlike conduct; does not usually involve physical contact during play)
backboard; basketball backboard (a raised vertical board with basket attached; used to play basketball) ...

NCAA: ~ (2 FT and ball) - unsportsmanlike conduct. Flagrant personal foul (2 FT and ball) - involves violent contact and ejection. Flagrant ~ (2 FT and ball) - persistent noncontact unsportsmanlike conduct - ejection.

If a player or coach displays poor behavior, such as using profanity, referees can call ~s at their discretion. In the NBA, players and coaches are ejected after being called for two ~s.
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~: A foul called as a result of misconduct in which the opponent is awarded a free-throw.
Ten-second Lane: The offensive team has 10 seconds to advance the ball from the back court area over the mid-court line, or "ten-second lane".

foul: actions by players which break the rules but are not floor violations; penalized by a change in possession or free-throw opportunities; see personal foul or ~.

If you act disrespectfully, you will likely earn a ~. In some basketball programs too many ~s will cost you your coaching job. In all cases, ~s hurt your team, although your team may respond favorably afterward. Its a gamble.

' He was charged a ~ which gave the team that lost TWO free-throws! Then 24 seconds after the game ended by clock ... the other winning teams coach wispered to the same official. Whatever he said got the winning team ANOTHER ~.

Another type of foul, called a ~, can be called on a player or coach for unsportsmanlike conduct and results in the opponent receiving two free-throws and possession of the ball. Anyone who commits two ~s is excluded from the game.
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Make your team aware that any ~ called on them will result in immediate removal from the game.Any disrespect to you as the coach, hollering at teammates, arguing with a referee, loafing, and baiting an opponent are all examples of reasons for disciplinary substitution. ...

We teach our players to put a palm to the player''s nose. Yes, it is a ~, but we play this way until we receive a warning and then we stop. It is very rarely called. In fact, it has been called once in four years.

EXCEPTION (1): A new 8 seconds is awarded if the defense: (1) kicks or punches the ball, (2) is assessed a ~, or (3) is issued a delay of game warning.
EXCEPTION (2): A new 8 seconds is awarded if play is suspended to administer Comments on the Rules-N-Infection Control.

Free throw - An unguarded attempt to score from a line 15 feet from the basket. Free throws are awarded for personal and ~s committed by the defense while an opponent is in the act of shooting.

Disqualification -When a player gets a disqualification, he must leave the game because he has committed his 6th PERSONAL FOUL or his 2nd ~/FLAGRANT FOUL. This is the same as getting a Red Card in Football/Soccer.

Have your official score book roster entered in advance. You can have an assistant do this, but you make sure the entries are correct, or a ~ could result. For away games, you can do this on the bus.

In the NBA, any defensive player, who is positioned in the key or the area extending 4 feet past the lane endline, must be actively guarding an opponent within three seconds. Actively guarding means being within arms length of an offensive player and in a guarding position. PENALTY: A ~ ...

See also: See also: What is the meaning of Basket, Basketball, Foul, Ball, Point?

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