|Picking numbers for Basketball:
Explanation of NCAA College Basketball Rules Regarding Legal Jersey Numbers
Rule 3, Section 5, Article 8 of the NCAA College Basketball Rules specifies which numbers shall be legal to be worn on player's jerseys. The numbers include 1-5, 10-15, 20-25 and so on, until the last legal number 55. Further a team can have players with numbers zero (0) OR double zero (00) but NOT both.
Rule 3, Section 5, Article 9 of the Rules states that no members of the same squad shall wear identical numbers.
Rule 3, Section 5, Article 9(A) states that if any two players of the same squad are caught using identical numbers the second listed squad member will be charged with an "administrative technical foul." Let us save what an "administrative technical foul" for another discussion, the freshman is already confused enough.
So when you dreamt of yourself making that game winning shot was the number on your jersey a legal one? If yes, then you can dream again, and have that brief momentary thought, upon waking, that it actually happened. If the number you envisioned was an illegal one, then pick a different one, go to sleep, and dream again. Then, just maybe, it actually could have happened.