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Fouls are inconstant, they have a Subjective and a complex impact

By only counting the numbers of fouls, we neglect the difference of their effect on the points and on the possessions.

It can limit playing time early.
It can be a fifth in the NCAA, sixth in the NBA, the team foul limit.
It can be a foul without a penalty.
It can be a foul on the shooter, the dribbler.
It can be intentional fouling.
It can be with a bonus.
It can end with 2 or 3 free throws.
It can end with an extra won or a lost ball possession.
It can be an offensive foul or a defensive foul.
It can be a drawn foul.
It can be an emotional foul.
It can be a foul on a bad FT shooter.
It can be a tactical foul.
It can be an intimidating foul.
It can be a flagrant foul.
It can be a technical foul.
Etc.

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