How many people are there on a basketball team?

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A basketball team consists of five on-court players; however, a team can have up to 15 players signed, and it can have up to 13 active players on its roster for the purposes of substitution during a game. As of 2014's collective bargaining agreement, the WNBA allows up to 12 players on a roster, up from 11.

In NCAA college basketball, a men's basketball team can grant scholarships to up to 13 players, and a women's team can grant scholarships to up to 15 players, effectively limiting the roster size. In the rare event that a team at any level is down to five eligible players and one receives enough fouls to be disqualified, that player remains in the game, and he is charged with a personal and team foul.

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According to studys from the U.S Census Bureau and the total number of people on the planwt is 6.785,577,416 and it changing. Now in different regions they have different regions
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