2017 09 Exercice

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The shot clock shall be reset when a ball touches the ring on a throw-in.
A1 is holding the ball. A1 loses his balance and falls on the floor. This is legal.
All periods shall start with a jump ball.
The thrower-in with the ball in his hands steps on (butt over) the boundary line. This is a violation.
A1 is closely guarded for 4 seconds by B1. A1 fumbles the ball and catches it again. The 5-second count shall be restarted.
The game consists of 4 periods of 12 minutes.
A4 illegally returns the ball to his backcourt. Team B shall be awarded a throw-in in its frontcourt.
With 1:37 remaining on the game clock in the 4th period, A1 has dribbled the ball in his frontcourt when B1 taps the ball to team A backcourt where A2 starts to dribble the ball. B2 now taps the ball out-of-bounds in the team A backcourt with 17 seconds remaining on the shot clock. Team A is granted a time-out. The game shall be resumed with team A throw-in at the throw-in line in its frontcourt with 14 seconds on the shot clock.
After the last free throw, the ball rebounds from the ring. The ball is touched by B1 and the ball to enter the basket. The goal shall count 2 points.
During his dribble, A1 loses his balance and steps out-of- bounds without touching the ball. A1 returns on the court and continues his dribble. This is a legal play.
A4 is awarded 1 free throw. After the referee has stepped into the restricted area to administer the free throw but before the ball is placed at the B4 disposal, team B request a time-out. The time-out shall be granted.
B1 commits an interference violation. A1 is awarded 2 points. Coach B requests a time-out. The request shall be granted.
Team A has fewer than 5 players on the playing court ready to start the 3rd period due to the injuries, disqualifications etc. Team A shall continue the game with less than 5 players.
The basket which a team attacks is its own basket.
A2 is awarded 1 free throw after which B2 is awarded 2 free throws. A2 free throw is not successful. Before the ball becomes live for B2 1st free throw, A6 requests to substitute A2. The request is granted.
Team A is awarded a throw-in mistakenly, instead of 2 free throws. Team A passes the ball on the court and scores a field goal. The error is discovered at this time. The error shall be corrected.
During A3's unsuccessful last or only free-throw, both A4 and B4 in their free-throw rebound places commit a violation. This is a jump ball situation.
There is a limit to the number of steps a player may take around the pivot foot.
A1 throw-in lodges between the ring and the backboard. This is a jump ball situation.
The number 0 is a legal player number.
A2 pass to A4 in the frontcourt is deflected by B1. The ball then touches the ring of team B basket. The shot clock shall be reset.
A foul is called. The time-out may be granted to either team.
The shot clock signal sounds while team A is in control of the ball. The ball becomes dead immediately.
The ball on the A4 jump shot for a 2-point field goal is in the air when the shot clock signal sounds. After the signal, B4 commits an unsportsmanlike foul on A4 who is still in the air. The ball then misses the ring. The referee shall award A4 2 free throws, followed by a team A throw-in at the centre line extended, opposite the scorer's table.
The intervals of play between the 1st and 2nd period and between the 3rd and 4th period are 2 minutes.