Presentation on theme: "Setting Alternating Possession Arrow (4-3)"— Presentation transcript:
1 Setting Alternating Possession Arrow (4-3) To present to the chapter the methods of properly administering:Jump Ball –Setting the AP Arrow
2 Setting AP ArrowThe York Chapter Basketball Officials will be able to:Demonstrate which team gets the ball and arrow on Jump Ball.
3 Setting AP Arrow Team obtains control Arrow is set toward the opponent's basket.ViolationBall to non-violating team, Arrow to team that violatedSimultaneous Touch out of boundsJump ball between the two players involvedHeld BallFoulDisposal of free thrower or thrower-in
5 Setting AP ArrowDuring the jump ball to start the game, after the ball is tossed, B1 violates (CB E)How is the alternating-possession arrow established?RULING: When the ball is in the possession of the thrower of Team A, Team A has gained control for purposes of establishing the procedure, and the arrow is immediately pointed in the direction of B's basket.
6 Setting AP ArrowDuring the jump ball to start the game, after the ball is tossed, B1 fouls A1 (CB E)How is the alternating-possession arrow established?RULING: When the ball is in the possession of the thrower of Team A, Team A has gained control for purposes of establishing the procedure, and the arrow is immediately pointed in the direction of B's basket.
7 Setting AP ArrowA1 is fouled by B1 just after the ball leaves the referee's hand(s) on the jump to start the first extra period of play. Both teams are in the bonus.How is the alternating-possession arrow established? (CB 4.3.2)RULING: When the bonus is in effect, the possession arrow is set toward the opponent's basket when the ball is placed at the disposal of the free thrower.
8 Alternating Possession Situations To present to the chapter the with:Alternating Possession Situations
9 Alternating Possession Situations The York Chapter Basketball Officials will be able to:Demonstrate the proper AP procedure.
10 Alternating Possession – Situations 6-4-4 When do you use the AP procedure?To start the 2nd, 3rd & 4th quarters, the throw-in shall be from out of bounds at the division line opposite the scorer's and timer's table.Other Situations:Held ball occurs.Double Personal/Double Technical Foul (if there is No Team Control)if the official is in doubt as to who last touched the ball or if the officials disagreeSimultaneous floor or free-throw violations occur.A live ball lodges between the backboard and ring or comes to rest on the flange, unless a free throw or throw-in follows.Opponents commit simultaneous goaltending or basket-interference violations.
12 AP SituationsB1, in a marked lane space, enters the lane prematurely. The administering official properly signals the violation and A1 attempts the free throw. However, A1's attempt does not enter the basket or touch the ring. (CB 6-4-3A)Ruling: The violations by B1 and A1 constitute a simultaneous free-throw violation. Play resumes with an alternating-possession throw-in from a designated spot outside the end line.
13 Reversing - AP Arrow Rules 6-4-4 To present to the chapter the methods of properly:Reversing the AP Arrow
14 Reversing – AP Arrow 6-4-4The York Chapter Basketball Officials will be able to:Demonstrate when the AP arrow is reversed.
15 Reversing – AP Arrow Direction of the Arrow is reversed . . . When the Throw-in endsAfter Throw-in Team ViolationOpportunity to make AP throw-in LostThrow-in Team Violates – Reverse arrowEither Team Fouls – No arrow changeDefensive Violation – No arrow change
17 Reverse AP Arrow – CaseTeam A is awarded the ball for a throw-in under the alternating possession procedure.A1 commits a violation (5 seconds).RULING: B's ball for a throw-in because of the violation.Reverse Arrow.Team B will have the next AP throw-in.
18 Reverse AP Arrow – CaseTeam A is awarded the ball for a throw-in under the alternating possession procedure.A2 FOULS B2.Ruling:Team “B” – Throw-inNo shots (Team Control foul).Team “A” – Next jump ball.COMMENT: If a foul by either team occurs before an alternating-possession throw-in ends, the foul is penalized and play continues as it normally would, but the possession arrow is not reversed.
19 Reverse AP Arrow – CaseTeam A is awarded an alternating-possession throw-in.A1's throw-in pass is illegally kicked by B2 (CB ).RULING: As a result of B2's kicking violation,Team A is awarded a new throw-in at the designated spot nearest to where the kicking violation (illegal touching) occurred.Throw-in did not end.Arrow stays with Team A.
20 Reverse AP Arrow – CaseDuring AP throw-in, A1 holds the ball through the end-line plane and B1 grabs it, resulting in a held ball. (CB B)RULING:A held ball is called, resulting in an alternating-possession throw-in.Team “A” still has the arrow following the held ball.