The original rules of basketball were written by Dr. James Naismith in December of 1891 in Springfield, Massachusetts and published in January of the following year in The Triangle, the school newspaper of the Springfield College.
1. The ball may be thrown in any direction with one or with two hands.
2. The ball can be hit in any direction with one or both hands, but never with the fist.
3. The player cannot run with the ball. The player must throw the ball from the place that the take. In the event that a player takes the ball in full career, in terms of the lame, you should try to stop.
4. The ball should be carried in the hands or between them. The arms or body must not be used to hold it.
5. It is not permitted to load with the shoulder, grabbing, pushing, tripping or striking in any way to the opponent. The first infringement of this rule by any player shall be deemed to be a failure; the second she will be disqualified until they get to the next basket, or, in the case that the intent to injure was clear, you will be disqualified for the entire match without a substitute.
6. It is considered a fault hitting the ball with the fist, violation of rules 3 or 4, and described in no. 5.
7. If either team makes three consecutive absences, will be counted a basket for the opponents (consecutive means that during that time the opponent has not committed any offence).
8. It will feature basket when the ball is thrown or beaten from the floor to the basket and is left in it, provided that the defenders did not touch the ball or hinder the basket. If the ball stays on the edge of the basket without getting to enter, and the opponent moves the basket, it was counted as a point.
9. When the ball goes out, the first person who touches it will launch it to the field of play. In case of dispute the arbitrator will launch directly to the field. The drawer has five seconds to do so; if you retain the ball more time, the ball will pass to the opposing team. If any of the teams persists in delaying the game, the assistant referee will point you lack. *
10. The assistant referee will be the judge of men, and shall note the fouls and notify the referee when committed three fouls in a row. You can disqualify players as established in rule number 5.
11. The referee will judge which refers to the ball and determine when it is in game or has been left outside, to what computer belongs, and the control of time. Decide when you have marked a both and counted the baskets, and also shall perform the duties usual of a referee.
12. The time will be distributed in two halves of fifteen minutes, with a break of 5 minutes between them.
13. The team that get more points within that time will be deemed the winner. In case of a tie, if the captains agree to do so, the game will be able to continue until you select a basket.