2017 09 Exercice

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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.
During a throw-in, regardless whether the game clock is stopped or not, or during a free throw, in the judgement of the referee, a player deliberately delays the process of taking the ball. The referee calls a technical foul.
If the injured player receives treatment, he must be substituted unless the team is reduced to fewer than 5 players on the playing court.
The basket which a team defends is its own basket.
A1 shot for a field goal rebounds from the ring over the backboard without touching the basket supports. The game shall continue.
A1 is holding the ball. A1 loses his balance and falls on the floor. This is legal.
There must be 12 seats available in the team bench area.
The ball becomes dead when the shot clock signal sounds and the ball is in the air on a pass.
A1 catches a pass in the air, lands on one foot, jumps off that foot and lands on both feet simultaneously. A1 then pivots. This is a travelling violation.
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.
A1 shot for a field goal is in the air when the shot clock signal sounds. The ball lodges between the ring and the backboard. The possession arrow favours team A. Team A shall be awarded a throw-in.
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.
The basket which a team defends is its own basket.
A team may have a maximum of 10 players.
The intervals of play between the 1st and 2nd period and between the 3rd and 4th period are 2 minutes.
B6 asks for substitution in the 2nd period. NextA2 scores a field goal. The scorer erroneously sounds the signal for the substitution. The official blows his whistle and interrupts the game. Shall the substitution be granted to B6?
A1 throw-in lodges between the ring and the backboard. This is a jump ball situation.
A1 in the act of shooting is fouled by B4. A1 releases the ball in the continuous motion. The ball enters the basket. The ball becomes dead when the foul is called. The goal shall not count.
A1 passes the ball to A2. The ball is deflected by B1 who is running after the ball to catch it. Neither team controls the ball at this time.
During the time-out, the players may leave the playing court and sit on the team bench.
The game clock and the shot clock shall be operated by 1 person.
A2 shot for a goal is on its upward flight when the game clock signal sounds for the end of the game. While the ball is still in its upward flight, it is touched by B2. While the ball is in its downward flight, it is touched by B3. The B3's touch of the ball is the goaltending violation.
The coach shall designate the free-throw shooter of his team in case of a technical foul.
The shot clock shall be reset when a ball touches the ring on a throw-in.