A group can score a field objective by shooting the ball through the wicker bin being secured by the resistance group amid consistent play. A field objective scores three focuses for the shooting group if the player shoots from behind the three-point line, and two focuses if shot from before the line. A group can likewise score through free tosses, which are worth one point, after the other group is surveyed with specific fouls. The group with the most focuses toward the finish of the amusement wins, however extra time (additional time) is ordered when the score is tied toward the finish of control. The ball can be progressed on the court by passing it to a partner, or by bobbing it while strolling or running (spilling). It is an infringement to lift, or drag, one's rotate foot without running the ball, to convey it, or to hold the ball with both hands then resume running.