Committing 5 personal mistakes
Individual fouls are counted when an athlete illegally collides with an opponent. Accordingly, each player, whether in an offensive or defensive state, is not allowed to hold, block, push, hit, block, or use rough and aggressive actions with the opponent. If a player commits all 5 personal fouls, he will be disqualified. At the Vietnam professional basketball tournament (VBA), the fact that the main pitchers commit many personal errors in a short time can greatly affect the outcome of the match.
Basketball players often collide and are prone to personal fouls
Made 2 technical errors
Technical fouls are non-collision fouls that violate match standards. Such acts include: disregarding the referee’s reminders, having disrespectful words and actions when dealing with referees, supervisors, secretariat staff, opponents, spectators… In addition , some improper behavior in competition or hindering the game from taking place such as pretending to make a mistake, obstructing the opponent’s vision with the hand, swinging the basket without purpose, etc. will also be penalized for a technical foul. art. Players who commit 2 technical fouls will be disqualified. Technical errors apply not only to the players in competition but also to the players on the bench. If these outfield players break the rules, the fault will be charged to the head coach.
Referees may immediately expel athletes or team members who commit violent acts
Committing 2 unsportsmanlike fouls
An unsportsmanlike foul is a collision that, in the judge’s opinion, is excessive and does not conform to the spirit of the game and the purpose of sport. A player who commits 2 or more unsportsmanlike fouls will forfeit the right to play. If a player causes unnecessary contact to prevent the opponent’s quick counter-attack, he may also be penalized for an unsportsmanlike foul. In addition, players who commit 1 technical foul and 1 unsportsmanlike foul will also be removed from the field.
Coaches and substitutes can also be penalized for technical fouls
Committing deportation offenses
Expulsion applies when a player, substitute, head coach, assistant or other team member commits a flagrant unsportsmanlike act. These are often violent acts that are against the spirit of sport and, if necessary, require security personnel to intervene to stop them immediately. Individuals expelled under this foul will remain in the team locker room for the remainder of the match or leave the stadium if desired.