2017 09 Exercice

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Team B has fewer than 5 players on the playing court ready to start the game. The team B manager is unable to provide an acceptable explanation for the late arrival of the team B players. The referee shall wait even 30 minutes and the game shall start when the players arrive.
A1 is closely guarded for 4 seconds by B1. A1 fumbles the ball and catches it again. The 5-second count shall be restarted.
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.
The score is tied at the end of the game. The game has ended.
A4 straddling the centre line passes the ball to A3 who also straddles the centre line. This is legal.
During a long pass from the back court to the front court the ball touches the backboard and therefore the ball has gone to the front court.
Team A is granted time-out. While the players are moving to their respective bench areas, A1 pushes B1. This is a technical foul.
Team A has been in control of the ball for 15 seconds. A1 passes the ball to A2 and the ball moves across the boundary line. B1 is trying to save the ball from going out of bounds and jumps from the playing court over the boundary line. B1 still in the air taps the ball by one hand of B1 and the ball returns to the playing court where it is caught by A2. Team B has gained control of the ball and the shot clock shall be reset.
A5 shot for a field goal misses the ring. Before either team has established a team control, a held ball between A2 and B2 is called. The alternating possession arrow favours team A. The shot clock shall be reset to 24 seconds.
A1 scores 2 free throws. Team B requests a time-out after the ball is at B1 thrower-in disposal from the endline. The request shall be granted.
The centre line is neither part of the back court nor the front court.
After the unsuccessful last or only free throw, the game clock shall start when the ball touches the ring.
Team A has fewer than 5 players on the playing court ready to start the 3rd period due to the injuries, disqualifications etc. Team A shall continue the game with less than 5 players.
A4 is dribbling in his front court near the centre line when A3 commits a 3 second violation. Team B shall be awarded a throw-in at the sideline line near to centre line.
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.
The 3-second rule applies only when a team is in control of the live ball on any place on the court.
A1 releases the ball on the jump shot, returns to the floor with one foot and is then fouled by B1. B1 foul is committed during A1 act of shooting.
A4 shot for a field goal close to the endline is in the air when the shot clock signal sounds. The ball does not touch the ring or enter the basket. Team B shall be awarded a throw-in at the free-throw line extended.
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 shot for a 3-point field goal is on the upward flight when the ball is touched by B1. Later B2 touches the backboard when the ball is in contact with the ring, causing the backboard to vibrate and therefore the ball did not enter the basket. This is B2 defensive interference and A1 is awarded 3 points.
There is a limit to the number of steps a player may take around the pivot foot.
The playing court is 28 m x 15 m measured from the inside edge of the boundary line.
A4 thrower-in hands the ball to A5 who is on the playing court. This is legal.
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.
When the game clock is started, the shot clock starts automatically.

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