A foul called for unacceptable behaviour.
(basketball) a foul that that can be assessed on a player or a coach or a team for unsportsmanlike conduct; does not usually involve physical contact during play
A foul that does not involve contact with an opponent; a foul that involves unsportsman-like conduct by a player, coach or non-player; or a contact foul committed by a player while the ball is dead.
Any infraction of the rules not committed personally against an opponent.
The penalty for a violation of conduct, such as abusive language or fighting. Each technical foul awards a free throw to the opposing team and also means an automatic fine for the player who commits the violation.
A special violation called at the discretion of the referee towards players, coaches or the team. Infractions include an intentional or flagrant contact foul, unsportsmanlike conduct or other actions detrimental to the spirit of the game.
a type of foul that is usually called because of a procedural violation or misconduct not involving physical contact between players. They are most commonly called for unsportsmanlike conduct. In the NBA, the non-offending team is awarded a free throw and the team that was in possession of the ball at the time of the foul is given a throw-in
A non contact foul by a player, team, or coach for un-sportsman like behavior or failure to abide by rules regarding submission of lineups, uniform numbering, and substitution procedures.
In basketball, a technical foul is an infraction of the rules usually concerning unsportsmanlike non-contact behavior, and is generally considered a more serious infraction than a personal foul.