2017 09 Exercice

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The coach shall designate the free-throw shooter of his team in case of a technical foul.
For a screen to be considered legal, the only criteria for aplayer who is screening is that he must face the opponent when contact occurs.
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.
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.
A2 last free throw neither touches the ring nor enters the basket. The game shall be resumed with a team B throw-in at the free throw line extended.
A1 is setting a screen on B1. A1 must face B1 for the screen to be legal.
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 favors team A. This is a shot clock violation and team B shall be awarded a throw-in.
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.
Thrower-in pivots 3-4 steps behind the boundary line before releasing the ball. This is a legal.
The basket which a team attacks is its own basket.
B6 asks for substitution in 2nd period. After A2 scores a field goal. The scorer erroneously sounds the signal after the basket for substitution. The official blows his whistle and interrupts the game. The substitution shall be granted to B6.
The 3-point line is part of the 3-point field goal area.
A1 in the air receives a pass. He lands on the floor but losing his balance, with the ball in his both hands, the ball touches the floor. Keeping his pivot foot on the same place, he bends-up and starts a dribble. This is legal.
A1 has the ball at his disposal for the frontcourt throw-in with 8 seconds remaining on the shot clock. On the throw-in pass the ball is touched by A2 after which the ball touches the ring and is rebounded by A3. The shot clock shall be reset to 24 seconds.
A1 passes the ball from his backcourt to A2 who is straddling the centre line. Referee shall end the 8-second count.
After the ball has left A1's hands on the shot for a field goal, it is blocked by B4 on its upward flight. The ball returns to A1 while still in the air and A1 returns to the floor in control of the ball. A1 has committed a violation.
An illegal movement of the pivot foot is a travelling violation.
During a team A alternating possession throw-in, A1 is charged with a foul for an illegal screen. Team A shall lose its right to its alternating possession.
A1 releases the ball on a shot from the 2-point field goal area. The ball on its upward flight is legally touched by B1 who is in the team A 3-point field goal area. The ball enters the basket. Team A shall be awarded 2 points.
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.
During an A1 alternating possession throw-in, the ball lodges between the ring and the backboard. The game shall be resumed with team B throw-in at the place of the original throw-in.
A2 enters the restricted area from his rebound place before the ball is released on A1 last free throw. The free throw is unsuccessful. The game shall resume with team B throw-in at the free-throw line extended.
When the shot clock is stopped and the signal sounds, the game clock continues to run and may be stopped, if necessary, manually.
A1 appears to have injured an ankle and the game is stopped. Coach A enters the playing court to assess A1's injury. A1 shall be substituted.
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.