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2017 09 Exercice

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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.
After 50 seconds of a time-out have elapsed, the timer sounds his signal. Timer sounds his signal 10 seconds later to indicate theend of the time-out. B6 requests the substitution for B1. The request shall be granted.
During an initial jump ball, A1 jumper taps the ball out-of-bounds. B1 has the ball for the throw-in when A2 commits an unsportsmanlike foul on B2. With B2 having the ball at his disposal for his 1st free throw, team B has gained the control of the live ball on the court. Team A shall be entitled to the next alternating possession.
Following 2 free-throws as the result of the B1 unsportsmanlike foul, A1 passes the ball out-of-bounds at the endline in team A frontcourt, without touching anyone on the court. Team B shall be awarded a throw-in at the place of the original throw-in and team B shall be entitled to throw-in the ball to both frontcourt and backcourt.
Free-throw shooter has already the ball in his hands when his teammates in the restricted area rebound places change their positions again and again. Referee warns the players that this is an unsportsmanlike behaviour, trying to delay the game.
During a jump ball between A1 and B1, the ball is touched first by A1 and then by B1, after which A1 catches the ball. This is legal.
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.
During a free throw, the ball becomes live when it is released on a shot for a free throw by the free-throw shooter.
During the time-out, the players may leave the playing court and sit on the team bench.
The captain of the team is the person to sign the score sheet in case of protest.
The 3-point line is part of the 3-point field goal area.
After 50 seconds of a time-out have elapsed, the timer sounds his signal. Timer sounds his signal 10 seconds later to indicate the end of the time- out. B6 requests the substitution for B1. The request shall be granted.
The basket which a team attacks is its own basket.
A3 is awarded 2 free throws. The ball on the first free throw rebounds from the ring and still has a chance to enter the basket. B5 taps the ball away. The referee calls technical foul on B5.
A1 in his backcourt is dribbling for 4 seconds when B1 taps the ball which goes out-of-bounds in team A backcourt. Team A shall have new 8 seconds to move the ball into its frontcourt.
The shirts must be of the same dominant colour front and back.
During each extra period, 2 time-outs can be granted to each team at any time.
A1 is in the restricted area for 2 seconds. A1 steps out of the restricted area with his left foot and lifts his right foot. A1 returns to the restricted area and remains there for additional 2 seconds. This is a 3-seconds violation.
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.
A1 jumps for a shot for a field goal. B1 blocks the shot while the ball is still in A1 hands. A1 returns to the floor having the ball in his hands. This is a travelling violation.
A2 ends his dribble with both feet in theair. A2 comes to a legal stop by landing on both feet simultaneously. A2 shall be entitled to take a pivot step.
A1 is setting a screen on B1. A1 must face B1 for the screen to be legal.
The ball become live when referee enters the restricted area to administer a free throw.
A1 thrower-in pass goes out-of-bounds without touching any player on the playing court. The game shall be resumed with a team B throw-in at the place of the original throw-in.
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.