Some Jewish players in the National Basketball Association, or NBA, are Art Heyman, Omri Casspi, Irv Bemoras, Jordan Farmar, Neal Walk, Hank Finkel, Ernie Grunfeld, Danny Schayes and Adolphe "Dolph" Schayes. Art Heyman w... More »

Michael Jordan played 15 seasons in the National Basketball Association. Jordan is an American ex-professional NBA player who played 13 seasons with the Chicago Bulls and two seasons with the Washington Wizards. More »

Different teams within the American Basketball Association, or ABA, depending on location and management, offer widely varying salaries for their players. However, as of 2015, most players can receive anywhere from $100 ... More »

A professional basketball game in the National Basketball Association (NBA) consists of four quarters of 12 minutes each, making the game last for 48 minutes. College basketball consists of two halves of 20 minutes each,... More »

As of 2015, NBA regulations stipulate that players must be at least 19 years old and one year out of high school to begin playing professionally. NBA Commissioner Adam Silver has discussed raising the minimum age to 20. More »

As of 2014, the lowest-scoring game in National Basketball Association (NBA) history was a contest with the final score of 19-18. The game took place in 1950 between the Minneapolis Lakers and the Fort Wayne Pistons. More » Sports & Active Lifestyle Classic Sports Basketball

The average National Basketball Association (NBA) player shoe size is 14.81. At the time the data was gathered in 2013, the largest player shoe size was 20 and the smallest was 10.5. More »