5 In 5 Daily 9-12-16

  1. The possession arrow is favoring team B but the official mistakenly awards team A the ball for the throw-in. Team A commits a throw-in violation. The official awards the ball to team B and team B retains the arrow. Is the official correct?
  2. Team A has inbounded the ball. A1 should have been awarded a one and one. The error is discovered with A2 in possession after B1 intercepted the throw-in pass but fumbled the ball back to A-2. The official awards A1 his/her one and one with no players in the lane and awards the ball to team A at the point of interruption. Is the official correct?
  3. A1 commits a flagrant foul and is taken out of the game. While on the bench A1 continues his/her unsporting behavior toward one of the officials. The official charges the head coach with a direct technical foul. Is the official correct?
  4. A1 is fouled. Team A is erroneously awarded the ball out of bounds for the throw-in. A1 passes to A-2 who is fouled. The error is now recognized. The official awards A1 his/her one and one with no players in the lanes.  Then the official awards A-2 his/her one and one with players occupying the marked lane spaces and keeps the ball in play as with any normal free throw. Is the official correct?
  5. A1 and B1 in the low post are whistled for a double personal foul while A-2 is dribbling behind the semicircle. The official awards the ball to team A nearest the spot of the foul. Is the official correct?

 Answers

  1. Yes  6‐4‐5
  2. Yes  2‐10‐6
  3. No   4‐19‐5e
  4. Yes  2‐10‐6
  5. No  4‐36‐2a

NOTES: Sometimes we make mistakes (or the table does). That mistake may or may not have an immediate bearing on the game. A change of possession during a live ball may have a bearing on your actions. Read Rule 4 every week from now until the IAABO exam. The Rule 4 Definitions are the backbone of officiating. Make flashcards! Write down the situations that are more difficult or a challenge to understand.

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3 responses to “5 In 5 Daily 9-12-16

  1. Reblogged this on NY S.U.B.O.A. and commented:

    Read Rule 4 every week from now until the IAABO exam. The Rule 4 Definitions are the backbone of officiating.

  2. Charles long

    Thank you brother this is very helpful and we appreciate all your hard work keep it coming

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