2017 09 Exercice

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The players on the court must tuck their shirts into their shorts.
The entire ball passed through the basket from below. The subsequent throw-in shall be administered from the free- throw line extended.
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.
A1 commits his 2nd unsportsmanlike foul in the game. A1 shall be disqualified.
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.
A4 is holding the ball on the playing court near the sideline. B4 who is closely guarding A4 has one foot out-of-bounds. In pivoting, A4 body touches B4 body. This is A4 violation.
Coach A requests the scorer that A6 substitutes for A1. This is the correct substitution procedure.
A3 appears to be injured and the game is stopped. A time-out is requested by team B. At the end of the time-out, A3 has recovered and asks to remain in the game and continue to play. The A3’s request shall be accepted.
Team A is granted time-out. While the players are moving to their respective bench areas, A1 pushes B1. This is a technical foul.
A2 in his backcourt passes the ball to A3. A3 straddles the centre line, jumps and catches the ball in the air. A3 returns to the floor straddling the centre line and pivots around the foot in the backcourt. This is legal.
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. B2w 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.
A1 receives a pass in the air. A1 returns to the floor with his left foot and then jumps off this foot and lands on both feet simultaneously. A1 then pivots around his left foot. This is legal.
Both teams have started to play the 2nd half in the wrong direction. A1 accidentally scores a 2-point field goal in his own basket. The goal shall count.
A3 with the ball in his hands is closely guarded by B2. B2 must give sufficient distance for A3 to pivot.
A1 scores a field goal or a last free throw. Team B is granted a time-out. Following the time-out, B1 thrower-in places the ball on the floor after which B2 who is also out-of-bounds takes the ball. This is legal.
During the dribbling in the restricted area, A1 is fouled by B1 before starting his act of shooting. A1 continues his movement and releases the ball which enters the basket. Referee cancels the goal and awards team A throw-in. Team A throw-in shall take place at the free-throw line extended.
A1 penetrates to the basket and while in the air, A1 makes an illegal contact with his leg on B1 who is in a legal guarding position with one foot inside the semi-circle. This is an offensive foul.
A1 shot for a field goal is in the air when the shot clock signal sounds. The ball enters the basket. Coach A request for a time-out is not granted.
A1 receives a pass in the air. A1 returns to the floor with both feet. A1 loses his balance and holding the ball in both hands, the ball touches the floor. A1 did not move his pivot foot. This is a travelling violation.
A1 thrower-in passes the ball to A2. A2 receives the ball with one foot touching the boundary line. The game shall be resumed with team B throw-in at the place where A2 touched the line.
A4 is dribbling from his backcourt. A4 stops his dribbling with both feet in the backcourt but the ball being dribbled in the frontcourt. This is legal.
If it is necessary to protect an injured player, the officials may stop the game immediately.
After the ball has left the hands of the referee on the initial jump ball, A1 jumper touches the ball for 3 consecutive times. Referee calls a violation. A6 requests a substitution which is not granted.
The ball on the A3 shot for a field goal is in the basket when A4 contacts the basket. This is A4 interference violation.
The game consists of 4 periods of 12 minutes.