At the next dead ball, have the timer sound the horn to get the attention of the officials (may have to do it repeatedly) and advise them that "the last foul was charged to #15, however #15 was not on the floor".... Then the crew will have to sort things out from there.If this were to happen what is the proper way to bring this to the Officials attention?
Slapping the backboard is legal provided it is part of a legitimate attempt to block a try. If not, the result should be a technical foul. This is an often misunderstood rule by fans and unfortunately, officials alike.Last week asked about the ten min half time and a tech. In FB they put 3 min on the clock for warmups . Saw that this weekend for hoops. That allowable?
Slapping of blackboard by a defender usually trying to block the shot, and ofen times not even close
Is this a technical? Fhans always yell for it, but I never see it called.
Thank you. so never a goal tending! I get sick an tired if every week parents yelling about it.Slapping the backboard is legal provided it is part of a legitimate attempt to block a try. If not, the result should be a technical foul. This is an often misunderstood rule by fans and unfortunately, officials alike.
Also misunderstood in this play is that no matter how hard the backboard vibrates due to the contact with the backboard, there can never be points awarded for Basket Interference even if the vibration causes the ball to not pass through the basket.
Never GoaltendingThank you. so never a goal tending! I get sick an tired if every week parents yelling about it.
I have never seen it called, but man the parents always are yelling for a goaltending.Never Goaltending
Never Basket Interference
It's either perfectly legal or a Technical Foul.
Anything else and people (including officials ) are using the MSU Rule Book. (Make S*#@ Up)
Touching the net during a try is not illegal unless the player touches it (or any part of the basket) while the ball is on or within either basket. Then Basket Interference has occurred.What about if the defender gets entangled in the net while trying to make the block? Same ruling as the backboard slap?
Anytime you judge that the slap is intentional. I have called this on the same side of the basket because it was obvious to even Ray Charles that the player had no intent to try to block the try.... Instead he was frustrated because of what he perceived a blown call on the other end of the floor....In what instance would you call it a Tech? When it was on the other side of the rim (without a reverse/great fake by the shooter?)
Any throw-in that goes out of bounds untouched is always put back into play at the spot the throw-in.I know on a dead ball inbound when the ball is throw in and nobody touches it the ball goes back to where it was inbounded from...
BUT what about a live ball situation when a team makes a basket and the other team inbounds the ball and nobody touches it ...
Does the ball go back to under the basket OR does it get inbounded from where it went out of bounds at ??
No.NBA has that No Charge circle essentially......
For HS, do you essentially have the same sort of interpretation if a defender is too close to the hoop?
That's why when people say "It should be about getting the call right" I have always countered the statement with "When is the last time you screamed about a travel your team got away with?"Funny, but the parents didnt care this weekend when it was THEIR team who did it, but go buck wild when an opponent does...
100%.That's why when people say "It should be about getting the call right" I have always countered the statement with "When is the last time you screamed about a travel your team got away with?"
I never seem to get a response.....
This one comes up in officiating discussion boards every three years or so. The response to this happening unfortunately many times is guided by what people (officials) think is "right" or "fair", rather than by rule.Because I get bored and my mind wonders at games:
Scoreboard operator buzzes the horn while a FT is being attempted. It could be distracting.
Any sort of ruling? Reshoot?
Largely wishful thinking.......From a scorekeeper's perspective, there are a few logistical things that always bug me, especially recently so far this season.
There are plenty of players who try to check in to the game with the PA announcer or the scoreboard operator instead of me as the official scorekeeper, who is REQUIRED by the NFHS rule book to wear a striped shirt.
I also have a problem with players checking in and then subsequently drifting all the way back down to their bench area to wait to enter the game. I tell them to stay close by so that we don't forget that they're wanting to go in to the game, but it doesn't always help.
Is there anything that can be done? Or am I engaging in wishful thinking?
Profanity towards me, another player, a coach, or a fan is automatic....What threshold do you generally flow to call a Technical on a player? Body language? What they say?
Saw an official pop of a couple Ts on players and fans went nuts, of course. Was glad to see them take control, as those two likely shoulda been called each game by their actions.
Just wondering what generally do you follow?
Holy cow......Thanks. I heard three different answers given to a coach from three different members of the crew last night.
Those are the three I heard.Holy cow......
It was 30 seconds up until the 2007-2008 season. They reduced it to 20 seconds then...
For the 2016-2017 it was lowered to 15 seconds by both a rule change and a Point of Emphasis.
Basketball Rules Changes - 2016-17
By NFHS on September 01, 2016
2-12-5: (Timer's Duties) Sound a warning signal to begin the 15 seconds (maximum) permitted for replacing a disqualified or injured player, or for a player directed to leave the game.
Rationale: The amount of time presently given is too long and allows for gamesmanship to be deployed.
Sometimes, we are our own worst enemies.