- Team A scores and before the throw-in is completed by team B, A-2 is charged with an intentional personal foul near the end line. Team B is not in the bonus. The official awards team B two free throws and rules team B’s throw-in is now a designated spot throw-in. Is the official correct?
- A-1’s first free throw is successful but the second free throw is unsuccessful. After the second free throw has ended and before B-2 secures the rebound, A-2 fouls B-2. The error is now recognized. The official cancels the free throw and the common foul on A-2. Is the official correct?
- A-1 is in the act of shooting when B-2 is assessed a technical foul. A-1 continues the motion and is fouled by B-1. The try is successful. The official awards A-1 one free throw followed by administering the technical foul and awarding team A the ball at the division line opposite the scorer’s table. Is the official correct?
- A-1, while dribbling, bats the ball over the head of B-1. A-1 runs several feet around B-1 and catches the ball before it hits the floor. The official rules a violation. Is the official correct?
- A-1 is bleeding and the official directs A-1 to the bench to be replaced. Team A has one 60 second time-out remaining and one 30 second time-out remaining. The coach signals to the official that he/she wants a 30 second time-out to keep A-1 in the game. The official rules a 30 second time-out may not be used if a 60 second time-out remains. Is the official correct?
NOTE: Referees are taught to base their actions on the rules. If ANY part of the referee’s action/administration is wrong then the referee is incorrect, i.e., Team A scores, Team B calls a time out. After the time out, the ball is given to Team B for a designated spot throw in. The referee is incorrect.