2017 09 Exercice

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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.

A4 is injured and the game is stopped. As A4 is not able to continue to play immediately, an official blows his whistle making the conventional sign for substitution after which the A4's substitute enters the game. Coach A (or Coach B) requests a time-out. At the end of the time-out, A4 appears to have recovered and asks to remain in the game. A4 may remain in the game.

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 timeout is not granted.

A1 receives the ball standing on both feet. A1 jumps and returns to the floor with the ball in his hands. This is legal.

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.

A1 in the air passes the ball to A2. Coming down on the floor A1 contacts into B1 who is in a legal guarding position. The referee calls a foul on A1. This is a team control foul.

There is a limit to the number of steps a player may take around the pivot foot.

A3 is dribbling in his frontcourt near the centre line when A5 commits a 3 second violation. Team B shall be awarded a throw-in at the endline, but not directly behind the backboard.

A2 is dribbling from his backcourt and ends his dribble with holding the ball and straddling the centre line. A2 passes the ball to A1 who is also straddling the centre line. 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.

With 10 seconds remaining on the game clock in the 4th period and with 5 seconds on the shot clock for team A, B1 deliberately kicks the ball in his backcourt causing the ball to go out-ofbounds. The game shall be resumed with team A frontcourt throwin with 10 seconds on the game clock and with shot clock turned off.

A1 passes the ball from his backcourt to A2 who is straddling the centre line. Referee shall end the 8-second count.

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.

During a jump ball, the ball becomes live when the ball is tossed by the referee.

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.

A1 is dribbling from his backcourt and ends his dribble holding the ball and straddling the centre line. A1 passes the ball to A2 who is also straddling the centre line. The 8 second period shall restart.

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.

A1 throw-in lodges between the ring and the backboard. This is a jump ball situation.

The basket which a team defends is its own basket.

With 1:27 remaining on the game clock in the 4th period, A3 causes the ball to go out-of-bounds in team B backcourt. Team A is granted a time-out. Following the time-out, team B throw-in shall be administered at the throw-inline extended, opposite the scorer’s table in its frontcourt.

The shot clock signal sounds while team A is in control of the ball. The ball becomes dead immediately.

With 2:02 remaining on the game clock in the 4th period, team A scores a field goal. The ball is now rolling on the floor. Timer shall stop the game clock now.

A5 takes 3 steps while holding the ball. This is a travelling violation.

The ball becomes dead when the shot clock signal sounds and the ball is in the air on a pass.

Team A has control of the ball in its back court when a held ball is called. The alternating possession arrow favors team A. There are 3 seconds remaining on the 8-second count. A1 thrower-in passes the ball to A2. The new 8-second period shall start.