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1 Inter-Athletic Council of Officials New Official’s Basketball Class Module 11 Throw-In Administration

2 Key Terms Thrower Throw-in spot Designated Spot Point of Interruption Alternating Possession Resumption Play Procedure Official Communication

3 When we have a throw in? Violation Foul ◦ Common Foul before bonus ◦ Player Control Foul ◦ Team Control Point of Interruption ◦ Double Personal Fouls ◦ Double Technical Fouls ◦ Simultaneous Foul

4 When we have a throw in?  Alternating Possession  After a made basket  Injury  After Time-Out  When ball becomes dead

5 BASIC THROW-IN MECHANICS

6 Basic Mechanics Administering Official ◦ Has the 5 second count ◦ Chops in the clock ◦ Observe the thrower and defenders around the thrower ◦ Observe the clock ◦ TAKE YOUR TIME!!!!

7 Basic Mechanics Other official(s) ◦ Observe all other players ◦ Properly count players before ball is put into play ◦ Observe the clock ◦ Trail official mirrors the chop of Lead official  2 Person--New Mechanic 11-13 ◦ If anything is wrong, make sure it is right before play starts ◦ TAKE YOUR TIME!!!!

8 THROW-IN TYPES

9 Types of Throw-Ins Designated Spots Anywhere along the end line

10 Designated Spot Used on every throw-in other than after a made or awarded basket Thrower shall not leave the designated spot until ball is released Opponents cannot be across the inbound lines until ball is released

11 Designated Spot Designated spot is 3 feet wide No depth restrictions Thrower must be completely behind the out of bounds line

12 Designated Spot Must keep a foot over the spot until the release No Depth Limit Player may dribble 5 Seconds to release the ball Three Foot Spot 23 Unlimited

13 Dribble allowed during throw-in

14 Designated Spot Defense may request position 3 feet from the out of bound line Review Rule 7-6-4 for this request Three Foot Space 2 1 4 1 3 4 3

15 Anywhere on the End line (Throw-In)  When this type of throw-in is used:  Goal Scored  Goal Awarded  Example: Goaltending and Basket Interference  What is allowed by throw-in team:  Throw to teammate outside of boundary  Thrower may move anywhere along the end line within set limit

16 Anywhere along the end line (Throw-In) Team retains this privilege until: ◦ Team commits a violation ◦ Team commits a Common Foul  Before throw-in ends  Before Bonus is in effect ◦ When ensuing throw-in spot would have been the end line

17 Move Anywhere Along the Line A1

18 Passing to teammates A1 A2 A3

19 Throw in spots

20 Calling Official Must always inform partner(s) of throw-in spot for all: ◦ Violations ◦ Fouls Must inform partner(s) of what kind of throw-in if necessary Information must be given during any stoppage of play

21 THROW-IN START AND ENDING

22 Throw-In Starts Ball is at the disposal of the thrower Hand or bounce the ball on the sideline Five Second Count beings Always hand the ball to thrower on the end line ◦ IHSA Mechanic Mandate

23 Throw-In Ends Passed ball ◦ Touches or is Legally Touched by another player who is located inbounds or out of bounds Intentional kicking is not a legal touch Throwing the ball to a player out of bounds is not a legal touch

24 Throw-In Ends Alternating Possession ◦ Arrow is reversed immediately when throw-in ends ◦ Violation (by throwing team)  Causes team to lose arrow ◦ Foul (by throwing team)  Team does not lose the arrow

25 Throw-in Awarded to Wrong Team (7-6-6 New)  Clarified that when the ball is awarded to the wrong team on a throw-in...the mistake must be rectified before the throw-in ends.  This has been the interpretation and stated clearly in the NFHS Basketball Case Book for years – now just stated in the Rules Book.

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27 2010 CLARIFICATIONS FOR THROW-INS

28 2010 Clarification Ball at Player’s Disposal (4-4-7d)  Clarified that the ball is at the disposal of a player when: It is available to him/her after a goal. AND The official begins the throw-in count.

29 Start the Five Second Count Ball is at the disposal of thrower

30 THROW-IN VIOLATIONS

31 Throw-In Violations Thrower shall not leave the designated spot until release of the pass Ball shall be passed directly into the court from out of bounds so it touches by another player (inbounds or out of bounds) on the court before going out of bounds untouched

32 Throw-In Violations The thrown ball shall not be touched by a teammate of the thrower while the ball is on the out of bounds side of the throw-in boundary line plane (except 7-5-7) Once the throw-in starts, the ball shall be released on a pass directly into the court before 5 seconds have elapsed

33 Throw-In Violations Thrower shall not carry the ball onto the court The thrown ball shall not touch the thrower in the court before it touches or is touched by another player

34 Throw-In Violations Thrown ball shall not enter the basket before it touches or is touched by another player Thrown ball shall not become lodged between the backboard and ring or come to rest on the flange before it touches or is touched by another player

35 Throw-In Violations Thrower shall not be replaced by teammate after the ball is at the thrower’s disposal (except 7-5-7) The opponents of the thrower shall not have any part of his/her person through the inbounds side of the throw-in boundary-line until the ball is released on a throw-in pass Thrower may penetrate the throw-in plane

36 Rules Myths It is a MYTH that: A thrower can travel on a throw in A thrower cannot step on the line It is a Backcourt violation to throw ball into back court on a throw-in

37 BenchTable L Throwing to the Back court T Bench A A

38 Throw in mishandled FrontcourtBackcourt

39 Not A Backcourt Violation Backcourt Front Court Backcourt Front court

40 Throw-in to backcourt

41 TEAM CONTROL FACTOR

42 Team Control Team Control does not exist during a dead ball, throw- in or a jump ball or when the ball is in flight during a try or tap for goal You cannot have a backcourt violation on a throw in until player control has been established. When player control is established, team control exists

43 Clock Starts When the ball is legally touched inbounds Kicked or punched ball is not a legal touch ◦ Clock should not start

44 TIMEOUTS COMMUNICATION

45 Timeout Communication Always before a timeout is reported to the table, communicate where the ball will be placed after the timeout Communicate ◦ Throw-in spot ◦ Team that will get the ball ◦ Throw in situation that applies (Designated spot or Run the end line)

46 RESUMPTION PLAY PROCEDURE THROW IN APPLICATION

47 Resumption Play Procedures (Throw-in Application) Team A does not make thrower available after:  Timeout  Intermission after quarter Administering official  Sounds whistle  Place the ball on the floor at throw in spot  Start throw-in 5 second count

48 Resumption Play Procedures (Throw-in Application) If violation is on Team A, repeat procedure if Team B if necessary If this continues Technical Fouls can result Review Rule 7-5-1 Do not let this happen!!!!

49 TECHNICAL, INTENTIONAL AND FLAGRANT FOULS

50 Technical Fouls Technical Fouls are administered ◦ At the division line ◦ Opposite the table Double Technical ◦ Point of Interruption

51 Intentional and Flagrant Fouls Administered at the spot of the foul Offended team gets the ball on intentional/flagrant foul Administered after Free throws have been awarded Fouled player shoots free throws (if not injured)

52 Technical Foul

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54 Intentional Foul New Rule Clarification 2011-12: Contact with the thrower is an intentional Foul 4-19-3c

55 Intentional Foul Example

56 THROW-IN POSITIONING

57 Two Person Mechanics Trail and Lead ◦ Opposite ends of the court ◦ “Box players in” Frontcourt ◦ Trail takes administers all sideline spots above FT line extended ◦ Lead administered sideline spots below FT line extended

58 Two Person Mechanics Bouncing the ball to thrower ◦ Trail Official— To get better position when pressure by defense ◦ Lead Official— Anytime the ball is on the sideline Never Bounce the ball on an end line Throw-in spot ◦ IHSA Mechanic

59 Bench Table L Front Court (Two Person Mechanics) T

60 Example: Lead handing the ball

61 Bench Table L Front Court (Two Person Mechanics) T

62 BenchTable L Front Court (Two Person Mechanics) T X Bench

63 Example: Trail bouncing the ball

64 BenchTable L Front Court (Two Person Mechanics) T X Bench

65 Table L Backcourt (Two Person Mechanics) X Bench T

66 L Backcourt (Two Person Mechanics) T X BenchTable

67 THREE PERSON MECHANICS COVERAGE

68 Three Person Mechanics Trail and Lead ◦ Always administer throw-ins Trail Official ◦ Always administer sideline throw-ins ◦ Always administers throw ins in the backcourt Officials administer the ball on their primary line as a basic rule

69 Three Person Mechanics Lead Official ◦ Has option to take inside or outside position while in frontcourt Center ◦ Never handles throw-in Never bounce the ball on the end line ◦ IHSA Mechanic

70 Bench Table L Front Court (Three Person Mechanics) C T

71 Bench Table L Front Court (Inside Option) C T

72 Bench Table L Back Court to Front Court (Three Person Mechanics) C T

73 Bench Table L Front Court (Three Person Mechanics) C T

74 Bench Table L Ball out near the corner on T’s sideline (Three Person Mechanics) C T X

75 Bench Table L Ball out on C’s side (Three Person Mechanics) C T C T

76 QUARTER AND HALF THROW-INS

77 Start Quarter or Half Throw-In always administered by the Referee Referee is always the Trail Umpire(s) takes normal positions in throw-in

78 Bench Table L Start Quarter/Half/Technical Foul (Two Person Mechanics) T X

79 Bench Table L Start Quarter/Half/Technical Foul (Three Person Mechanics) C T X

80 ALTERNATING POSSESSION

81 Alternating Possession AP throw-ins take place a the nearest spot where the ball was located or declared dead

82 Alternating Possession Arrow at the table determines the direction of the who gets the ball Arrow is changed immediately after AP Throw- in ends AP throw in ends when throw in team violates Foul by either team during the throw in does not change the arrow status

83 Throw-in Review When do throw-in restrictions end? When is a designated spot throw-in used? When do you bounce the ball to the thrower? When can a substitution be made?

84 Module 11 Questions? New Officials Basketball Class Module 11 Throw-In Administration


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