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1 MILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION National Federation of State High School Associations Basketball Rules ALTERNATE POSSESSION (Rule 4-2) & POINT OF INTERRUPTION (Rule 4-36)

2 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION ALTERNATING POSSESSION The alternating possession procedure is the method of putting the ball in play by a throw-in when: a.A held ball occurs. b.The ball goes out of bounds, as in 7-3. c.Simultaneous floor or free-throw violations occur. d.A live ball lodges between the backboard and ring or comes to rest on the flange, unless a free throw or throw-in follows. e.Opponents commit simultaneous goaltending or basket-interference violations. f.The point of interruption cannot be determined as in c. R4-2-1 and R6-4-3 Rule

3 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION ALTERNATING POSSESSION The alternating-possession throw-in ends and the arrow is reversed when: a.The passed ball touches or is legally touched by another player inbounds. b.The passed ball touches or is touched by another player out of bounds. c.The throw-in team commits a throw-in violation. R6-4-4 and R The opportunity to make an alternating-possession throw-in is lost only if the throw-in team violates. If either team fouls or the defensive team violates during an alternating-possession throw-in, the throw-in team does not lose the possession arrow. R6-4-5 Rule

4 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION POINT OF INTERRUPTION Point of Interruption is a method of resuming play following: a.An officials inadvertent whistle. b.An interrupted game. c.A correctable error where there has been a change of team possession. d.A double personal foul. e.A double technical foul. f.Simultaneous fouls. R Rule

5 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION The team gaining control of the jump ball starts the alternating-possession procedure and the possession arrow is set toward the opponent's basket II #6 To establish the alternating-possession procedure, control may be gained as a result of a violation or foul II #2; I #2; II #1; I #1; II #3; II #1; I #4 Statements If a technical foul is administered to start an extra period, a jump ball will follow to establish the alternating procedure II #48; II #34; II #37; I #87

6 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION The team gaining control of the jump ball starts the alternating-possession procedure and the possession arrow is set toward the opponent's basket. TrueR6-4-1 To establish the alternating-possession procedure, control may be gained as a result of a violation or foul. TrueR6-4-1 Statements If a technical foul is administered to start an extra period, a jump ball will follow to establish the alternating procedure. FalseControl is established when the ball is placed at disposal of thrower after free throws for technical foul (R4-3-3b).

7 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Following the initial jump ball, if A2 muffs the tapped ball and it goes out of bounds, the alternating procedure starts when the ball is placed at the disposal of the Team B thrower I #1; I #1 If A2 and B2 simultaneously control the jump ball, the held ball results in a jump ball between any two opponents in the center circle II #69; I #67; II #1; I #2 Statements

8 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Following the initial jump ball, if A2 muffs the tapped ball and it goes out of bounds, the alternating procedure starts when the ball is placed at the disposal of the Team B thrower. TrueCB6.4.1Ca If A2 and B2 simultaneously control the jump ball, the held ball results in a jump ball between any two opponents in the center circle. FalseThe two players involved (A2 and B2) will jump in center restraining circle (CB6.4.1Cc). Statements

9 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION If the ball is simultaneously touched by inbounds opponents near a boundary line and then goes out of bounds before the alternating-possession procedure has been established, play will be resumed with a jump ball in the center circle I #6; II #4; I #68 If tapper A1 catches the referee's toss during the opening jump ball, Team B gains the first possession and the arrow is set toward A's basket I #1; I #5; II #2 Statements

10 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION If the ball is simultaneously touched by inbounds opponents near a boundary line and then goes out of bounds before the alternating-possession procedure has been established, play will be resumed with a jump ball in the center circle. TrueCB6.4.1Cb (two players involved will jump) If tapper A1 catches the referee's toss during the opening jump ball, Team B gains the first possession and the arrow is set toward A's basket. TrueCB6.4.1Cd (changed in ) Statements

11 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION The alternating-possession procedure will be used after a simultaneous free- throw violation on the final attempt I #82; II #6; II #6; I #5; I #4 It is an alternating-possession throw-in when the ball becomes dead and neither team is in control and no goal, infraction or end of a period is involved II #5; II #3; I #5; I #3; I #3; II #5 Statements

12 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION The alternating-possession procedure will be used after a simultaneous free- throw violation on the final attempt. TrueR6-4-3c and R9-1 Pen3 (what if B is in the lane early and the free throw does not touch ring?) It is an alternating-possession throw-in when the ball becomes dead and neither team is in control and no goal, infraction or end of a period is involved. TrueR6-4-3f and R4-36-2c Statements

13 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION An alternating-possession throw-in results in all of the following situations, EXCEPT: A.All double fouls. B.Simultaneous free-throw violations. C.A live ball lodges between the backboard and the ring. D.A live ball comes to rest on the flange. E.A held ball I #1; II #2; I #70; II #5 Statements

14 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION An alternating-possession throw-in results in all of the following situations, EXCEPT: A.All double fouls. B.Simultaneous free-throw violations. C.A live ball lodges between the backboard and the ring. D.A live ball comes to rest on the flange. E.A held ball. A.All double fouls (R6-4-3). Statements

15 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Team A is awarded an alternating-possession throw-in. The arrow will be switched toward Team B in all of the following, EXCEPT: A.After A1's throw-in pass is touched by A2. B.After Team A commits a throw-in violation. C.When a foul by either team occurs before the throw-in ends. D.After A1's throw-in pass is touched by B2. E.After A1's throw-in pass is touched by A2, who is standing on a boundary line I #2; II #6; I #66; II #6 Statements

16 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Team A is awarded an alternating-possession throw-in. The arrow will be switched toward Team B in all of the following, EXCEPT: A.After A1's throw-in pass is touched by A2. B.After Team A commits a throw-in violation. C.When a foul by either team occurs before the throw-in ends. D.After A1's throw-in pass is touched by B2. E.After A1's throw-in pass is touched by A2, who is standing on a boundary line. C.When a foul by either team occurs before the throw-in ends (R6-4-5). Statements

17 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION During an alternating-possession throw-in by A1, B2 intentionally kicks the throw-in pass. The alternating-possession arrow should now point toward Team Bs basket II #3; I #8; I #67 The alternating-possession procedure is used when a double personal foul is called while A1's unsuccessful try is in flight I #4; I #4; I #5 Statements The alternating-possession procedure is used when a double personal foul is called while A1's successful try is in flight I #7; II #5; I #4; II #5

18 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION During an alternating-possession throw-in by A1, B2 intentionally kicks the throw-in pass. The alternating-possession arrow should now point toward Team Bs basket. FalseBecause the ball was not legally touched, Team A retains the arrow (R6-4-4; CB4.42.5). The alternating-possession procedure is used when a double personal foul is called while A1's unsuccessful try is in flight. TrueR6-4-3f Statements The alternating-possession procedure is used when a double personal foul is called while A1's successful try is in flight. FalseInvolves goal (R6-4-3f and R4-36-2c).

19 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Play is resumed at the point of interruption in all of the following situations, EXCEPT: A.An official's inadvertent whistle. B.A double personal foul. C.A double technical foul. D.A simultaneous foul. E.A technical foul II #30; I #28; II #22; I #28 Statements

20 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Play is resumed at the point of interruption in all of the following situations, EXCEPT: A.An official's inadvertent whistle. B.A double personal foul. C.A double technical foul. D.A simultaneous foul. E.A technical foul. E.A technical foul (R4-36-1) Statements

21 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Play:A2 is fouled by B2 just after the ball leaves the official's hand on the jump ball to start the first extra period of play. Both teams are in the bonus. How is the alternating-possession arrow established? Play 1

22 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Play:A2 is fouled by B2 just after the ball leaves the official's hand on the jump ball to start the first extra period of play. Both teams are in the bonus. How is the alternating-possession arrow established? Ruling:The possession arrow is set toward Team B's basket when the ball is placed at the disposal of the free thrower, A2 (CB4.3.2). Play 1

23 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Play:After the first period ends, the coach of Team B is assessed a technical foul. Team B has the possession arrow. How is this situation handled? Play 2

24 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Play:After the first period ends, the coach of Team B is assessed a technical foul. Team B has the possession arrow. How is this situation handled? Ruling:Team A gets two free throws followed by a throw-in at the division line. The possession arrow is not reversed and Team B will get the next throw-in under the alternating possession procedure (CB6.4.1B). Play 2

25 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Play:Shooter A1 is fouled attempting a two-point shot, which is unsuccessful. While the ball is in the air, the horn sounds to end the third period. As the official reports the foul, Team B's coach makes an inappropriate comment and is assessed a technical foul. Team B has the possession arrow. How is this situation administered? Play 3

26 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Play:Shooter A1 is fouled attempting a two-point shot, which is unsuccessful. While the ball is in the air, the horn sounds to end the third period. As the official reports the foul, Team B's coach makes an inappropriate comment and is assessed a technical foul. Team B has the possession arrow. How is this situation administered? Ruling:A1 will get two free throws as a result of the shooting foul. Team A will get two additional free throws as a result of the technical foul. The third period ends after the resulting free throws. Since no penalty or part of a penalty carries over from one quarter to the next, Team B gets the ball under the alternating possession procedure to start the fourth period (R5-6 Exp 3; CB5.6 Comment A). Play 3

27 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Play:Following a held ball, Team A is given the ball under the alternating possession procedure. During the throw-in, A2 is called for a blocking foul while trying to set a screen. How is this situation administered and what happens to the arrow? Play 4

28 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Play:Following a held ball, Team A is given the ball under the alternating possession procedure. During the throw-in, A2 is called for a blocking foul while trying to set a screen. How is this situation administered and what happens to the arrow? Ruling:Team B is awarded a throw-in from the spot out-of-bounds closest to where the foul occurred. Because the foul occurred before the alternating possession throw-in ended, Team A retains the arrow and will get the next throw-in under the alternating possession procedure (R6-4-5; see CB 6.4.5A). Play 4

29 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Play:Team B has the arrow. Following a held ball, you give the ball to Team A for a throw-in by mistake. A1 passes to A2 who is dribbling up the court when you realizes a mistake has occurred. What would you do? What would happen if B2 kicked A1's throw-in pass and then you recognized the error? Play 5

30 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Play:Team B has the arrow. Following a held ball, you give the ball to Team A for a throw-in by mistake. A1 passes to A2 who is dribbling up the court when you realizes a mistake has occurred. What would you do? What would happen if B2 kicked A1's throw-in pass and then you recognized the error? Ruling: Once the throw-in ends, it is too late to change anything. Do not reverse the arrow and Team B will get the next throw-in under the alternating possession procedure (CB6.4.1D). If B2 kicks the throw-in pass, the alternating possession throw-in did not end so the mistake is corrected. Team B gets a throw-in under the alternating possession procedure, after which the arrow is reversed (CB6.4.1D). Play 5

31 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Play:A1 takes a shot. While the ball is in the air, A5 and B5 are pushing each other to get better rebounding position. You call a double foul and: (a) the try is unsuccessful; (b) the try is successful. What do you do? Play 6

32 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Play:A1 takes a shot. While the ball is in the air, A5 and B5 are pushing each other to get better rebounding position. You call a double foul and: (a) the try is unsuccessful; (b) the try is successful. What do you do? Ruling:There is no team control while a try for goal is in flight. In (a), since the try was unsuccessful, there is no obvious point of interruption. Play is resumed with an alternating possession throw-in nearest the spot where the ball was located when the double foul occurred (see CB4.19.8E). In (b), since the try was successful, the point of interruption is a throw-in for Team B from anywhere along the end line (see CB4.19.8E). Play 6

33 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Play:A1 is fouled but the table fails to inform you that it was Team B's seventh team foul. Team A is given a throw-in and A1 inbounds the ball to A2 who is tied up by B2 resulting in a held-ball. The error is discovered following the held ball call. The arrow favors: (a) Team A; (b) Team B. What do you do? Play 7

34 NFHS BasketballMILWAUKEE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION Play:A1 is fouled but the table fails to inform you that it was Team B's seventh team foul. Team A is given a throw-in and A1 inbounds the ball to A2 who is tied up by B2 resulting in a held-ball. The error is discovered following the held ball call. The arrow favors: (a) Team A; (b) Team B. What do you do? Ruling: In (a), award the merited free throws and continue play from that action since Team A had not lost possession between the error and when it was recognized. However, in (b), the lane is cleared for A1 ' s merited free throws and play resumes from the point of interruption which is an alternating-possession throw-in by Team B (CB2.10.1F). Play 7


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