It means points allowed.
In basketball, a "field goal" is the official term for any basket made from the floor other than a free throw. Most of the scoring in a basketball game is field goals. They are worth two points, or three points if the shot is taken from behind the 3-point arc.
A basketball goal is another term for a basketball hoop - a hoop with a string net, through which a basketball must be placed in order to score points in the game of basketball.
Using the term fault in basketball is the same as using the term foul. It means that you touched someone while they had the ball in their hands.
It is very simple it means literally means the player is standing in the painted part of the court in front of the basketball hoop
Dribbling In Hockey you are pushing the ball along and in Basketball you are bouncing the ball along the court in front of you.
The term bench points in basketball refers to how many points the non-starting players of a team score in a game. They are called bench points, because the player begins the game sitting on the bench, as opposed to on the court. These points do not count more or less than the points scored by starters.
Glade you ask. Since im basketball freak, im sure i can answer this. Wel, "jumper" in basketball term, it mean : a player's who attemp to shoot a ball from a distance of the hoop. Anywhere from in side the ark (three points line) worth 2 points and out side the ark worth 3 points.
rofl means 'rolling on [the] floor laughing'
A brick means the ball bounced hard off of the backboard, like if you threw the basketball hard at it.
It means boiling points are hot and freezing points are cold.