How Long Is the NCAA Shot Clock for Basketball?


The NCAA shot clock for basketball is used to determine how long the player can have possession of the ball. The NCAA shot clock is 30 seconds long and starts when the player gains possession of the ball.
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The shot clock first came to use in 1954 in Syracuse, New York.
NCAA Women's College Basketball features a 30 second shot clock instead of the 35 seconds for men.
1. Learn the hand signal that is used to call a shot clock violation. To call a shot clock violation, pat the top of your head three times with an open palm. That signifies that a
35 seconds for the men, 30 for women.
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