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Old 01-19-17, 11:59 AM
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This is in reference to an NCAA D3 game, but I figured this was the best place to ask:
Team A has the ball on their end of the floor. Team A's coach says something to get a technical. Team B shot two free throws but Team A retained possession.

Is this handleddifferent in college than in high school? I always thought a technical was two shots and possession.
Under NCAA rules, play resumes after this type of technical foul at the point of interruption. The point of interruption here is A is in possession of the ball, therefore A gets the ball for a throw in at the spot nearest to where the ball was when play was stopped for the technical. (there are some exceptions to this both under NCAA-M and NCAA-W)

Under NFHS rules, part of the penalty for a technical foul is awarding the opponent the ball for a designated spot throw in at the division line opposite the scorer's table after the two free throws are attempted.
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Old 01-19-17, 05:57 PM
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Ok, thanksfor that. Never knew that.
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Old 01-31-18, 12:05 AM
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Is there any such rule that doesn't allow a High School Basketball player to also play JO Volleyball during the season. As girls basketball draws to an end
JO Volleyball starts normally the last week of Jan. or first week of Feb.

Clearly you school ball comes number one before pay to play travel ball .


Thanks In Advance
I hope you understand, but that will not be addressed here.

Please refer your questions to your school's Athletic Director. Player eligibility is a serious matter and only those charged with the responsibility of overseeing this should be involved.

Anyone providing advice on this subject will have their post deleted. Let the people responsible for player eligibility handle this.

Thank You.....

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Old 11-02-18, 10:32 AM
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Out of Bounds Violation

When there is a loose ball by the sideline and one player goes out of bounds trying to get to the ball.Even if they do not touch the ball. Is this a violation? Looking up 9-3-3 but not sure . Thanks!
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Old 11-03-18, 03:19 PM
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When there is a loose ball by the sideline and one player goes out of bounds trying to get to the ball.Even if they do not touch the ball. Is this a violation? Looking up 9-3-3 but not sure . Thanks!
Players are legally out of bounds all throughout the game.

9-3-3 refers to leaving the playing court for an unauthorized reason. Examples of this are...

1) Leaving the court to avoid a 3 second violation
2) Running out of bounds to avoid a screen
3) running out of bounds in order to have a defender run into a screen
4) running out of bounds in order to stop action (take away an advantage by the opponent)

In the play you describe, unless the player took a path that gave him an advantage over his opponent or allowed him to reach the ball before it went out of bounds, this is nothing.
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