WMOA basketball Rules Meeting #2

WMOA basketball Rules Meeting #2

BASKETBALL ROOKIE MEETING November 6, 2017 PROGRAM CHAIR Lynn Benedict TRAINERS Pete VanGessel, Patrick Kane, Doug Kaptein, Dan Rypma, Nuf Perez, Tom Kragt TRAINING MEETINGS Nov 6 - Pete VanGessel Nov 20 - Nuf Perez Jan 8 - Patrick Kane & Doug Kaptein Jan 29 - Tom Kragt

HOUSEKEEPING Begin promptly at 5:30 Wrap up at 6:20 General Meeting begins promptly at 6:30 Questions, questions, questions If you dont understand a rule, mechanic, case play, etc., ask for clarification Study, study, study use your Rule Book and Case Book -same layout / structure the Manual is a great resource as well THREE THINGS A COACH OR PLAYER WILL FIND HARD TO FORGIVE AN OFFICIAL FOR Not knowing the rules

Not being in proper position to make the Not call showing effort YOU control ALL of However; you cant just show up and expect the these best. The time and effort put in before games, will directly influence what happens during games. THE ORIGINAL RULES OF BASKETBALL In the fall of 1891, Dr. James Naismith wrote the original rules for basketball. 1. 2.

The ball may be thrown or batted in any direction with one or both hands. A player cannot run with the ball. The player must throw it from the spot on which he catches it (allowance to be made for a man who catches the ball when running at a good speed). 3. The ball must be held in or between the hands or the arms; the body must not be used for holding it. 4. No shouldering, holding, pushing, tripping, or striking, in any way, the person of any opponent shall be allowed; the first infringement of this rule by any person shall count as a foul, the second shall disqualify the player until the next goal is made, or if there is evident intention to injure the person - for the whole game: no substitute shall be allowed. 5. A foul is striking at the ball with the fist, violation of Rule 3, 4 and such as described in Rule 5. 6. If either side makes three consecutive fouls, it shall count as a goal for the opponents. 7. A goal shall be made when the ball is thrown or batted from the ground into the basket and stays there providing those defending the goal to do not touch or disturb the goal. If the ball rests on the edge and the opponent moves the basket, it shall count. 8. When the ball goes out of bounds, it shall be thrown into the field and played by the person first touching it. In case of a dispute, the umpire shall throw it straight into the field. If any side persists in delaying the game the umpire shall call a foul on them. 9. The umpire shall be the judge of the men and shall note the fouls: notifying the referee when three consecutive fouls have been made. He shall have power to disqualify men according to Rule 5.

10. The referee shall be the judge of the ball and shall decide when the ball is in play, in bounds to which side it belongs, and shall keep the time. He shall decide when a goal has been made, and keep account of the goals, with any other duties that are usually performed by a referee. 11. The time shall be two 15-minute halves with a 5-minute rest. 12. The side making the most goals in that time shall be declared the winner. In case of a draw, the game may, by agreement of the captains, be continued until another goal is made. Copyright 1999 Sports Officials Outlet, Kansas City, MO IF IT LOOKS BAD, IT MUST BE BAD It may look awkward, but that doesn't mean it's a violation. It's not how the fans react, or how the coach reacts... hes reaching thats over the back moving screen

No such rule. 3 seconds double dribble thats a kick When is it a violation, when is it not? WHATS THE RULE DEFINE IT Along with rules study; know the definitions. The biggest section of the rule book is Rule 4: Definitions 16 pages specifically dedicated to definitions Knowing the definitions aids in knowing the rules.

RULES FUNDAMENTALS Good place to start Page 73 of the rule book MOST MISUNDERSTOOD RULES IN HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL REPRINTED FROM THE NFHS WEBSITE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

22. 23. There is no 3-second count between the release of a shot and the control of a rebound, at which time a new count starts. A player can go out of bounds, and return inbounds and be the first to touch the ball. There is no such thing as over the back. There must be contact resulting in advantage/disadvantage. Do not put a tall player at a disadvantage merely for being tall. Comment: See #4 below. The phrase "over the back" does not occur in the rules books. Reaching is not a foul. There must be contact and the player with the ball must have been placed at a disadvantage. Comment: See #3 above A player can always recover his/her fumbled ball; a fumble is not a dribble, and any steps taken during recovery are not traveling, regardless of progress made and/or advantage gained! (Running while fumbling is not traveling!) Comment: You can fumble a pass, recover it with both hands, then legally begin a dribble. This is not a double dribble. If the player bats the ball to the floor, picks the ball up, then begins to dribble, you must judge if that was a "controlled bat." IF it was a "controlling bat," you have a double dribble. It is not possible for a player to travel while dribbling. Comment: Basketball Fundamental #6. Page 73 of the Rule Book. A high dribble is always legal provided the dribblers hand stays on top of the ball, and the ball does not come to rest in the dribblers hand. Comment: See #1. The key is whether or not the ball is at rest in the hand. Ugly play and an ugly dribble are not illegal. A kicked ball must be intentional, and contact must be any part of the leg. Comment: MUST be intentional, or it is not a "kick."

It is legal for a player to rebound his/her own air ball, provided the official deemed the shot a legitimate shot. Comment: Case Book 4.44-B describes this play exactly. It is impossible to travel, double dribble or carry while taking the ball out for a throw in. I have seen officials tell athletes they can't move on a throw-in. Why? This is not a rule. You have limitations but you can move. Comment: They must stay over the spot in a lateral manner. Comment: Rule 4-42-6 -- The spot is 3 feet wide and has no restrictions on depth. A ball cannot travel over the top of the back board, however, it can travel behind the backboard. Comment: The ball can pass through the poles, wires, standards, etc, provided that it does not touch anything. A defender does not have to give the dribbler a step. As long as legal guarding position has been established, it is up to the dribbler to avoid contact. The person with the ball should expect to be guarded. Comment: Legal guarding position is the key. Time and distance are not an issue when guarding someone with the ball. Comment: Rule 4-23-4-a. The sides, top, and bottom of a rectangular backboard are IN BOUNDS. Jumpers may tap the ball simultaneously; may tap the ball twice; and when a legally tapped ball touches the floor, a player other than a non-jumper or (believe it or not) a backboard, the jump ball has ended, and either jumper may recover it! Comment: Rule 4-28-2 A 10 second count continues when the defense deflects or bats the ball. A "moving screen" isn't a violation unless there is contact. (If contact occurs, its a BLOCK, which is a foul.) Comment: Rule 4-40 Any contact foul during a live ball is personal, not technical! Comment: The contact can be flagrant, but never technical. Basketball is NOT a non-contact sport. Incidental contact does occur, and contact which does not create an advantage/disadvantage may be ignored. Contact on the shooter should be called. Comment: Did that contact belong to the shooter? If the shooter run/jumps into good defense, there is no foul on the defense. If the shooter displaces the defense, it is a player-control foul (sometimes called a "charge").

Any un-sportsman like contact during a dead ball is a technical foul! Comment: See #17 All dead ball fouls are automatic technicals. A defensive player does not have to be stationary to take a charge. he or she simply must have established a legal guarding position. Then the defense can move any direction but forward if maintaining guarding position. An intentional foul is always penalized with 2 free throws, except on a missed 3-point shot, which is awarded 3 free throws. Comment: Rule 4-19-3 When an airborne shooter commits a player control foul, his/her successful try for goal cannot be allowed, regardless of whether the try was released before or after the foul! Comment: Rule 4-1 Lifting the pivot foot does not constitute a travel unless the ball handler puts the pivot foot back on the floor prior to beginning a passing, or shooting the ball! The pivot foot cannot be lifted before the dribble is started. WMOA WEBSITE - RESOURCES www.wmoa.net OTHER BASKETBALL RESOURCES Referee Magazine http://www.referee.com

How to use the rule book: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JCid3utl6w MHSAA Officials Manual: https://www.mhsaa.com/Portals/0/Documents/Officials/bbmanual.pdf?ver=2016-06-08-151844-193 MHSAA Basketball Referee Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1824827657803849 WMOA / Kentwood Clinic / Scrimmages: On November 25, East Kentwood will host a Saturday scrimmage for Freshman / Varsity / JV basketball teams

WMOA BASKETBALL MEETING # 2 November 20, 2017 5:30 start Nuf Perez - topic TBD

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