Presentation on theme: "FIBA RULE updates 2012. Art. 2 CourtPage 6 Purpose: To specify painting of the restricted areas. New wording: Art. 2.4.3. 2 nd paragraph, last sentence:"— Presentation transcript:
Art. 2 CourtPage 6 Purpose: To specify painting of the restricted areas. New wording: Art. 2.4.3. 2 nd paragraph, last sentence: The inside of the restricted areas must be painted in one colour.
Art. 2 CourtPAGE 8 Purpose: To rename the term “the coaches, the assistant coaches, the substitutes, the excluded players and the team followers” to “team bench personnel”. After having it specified in this article to use it further in all related articles (5.4; 7.3; 18.3.5; 37.1.1; 38.1.1; 38.2.2; 38.2.6; 38.3.2; 38.3.3; 38.4.1, 39.1, 1 st and 2 nd paragraph; 39.3.1; 39.3.2; 46.10; B.8.2; B.8.3.10) New wording: Art. 2.4.5. Team bench areas, 2 nd paragraph, 1 st sentence: There must be fourteen (14) seats available in the team bench area for the team bench personnel which consists of the coaches, the assistant coaches, the substitutes, the excluded players and the team followers.
Art. 4 Other equipment page 12 Purpose: To clarify better what other equipment is not permitted. New wording: Art. 4.4.2. 2 nd bullet: To delete second hyphen: Undergarments that extend below the shorts of the same dominant colour as the shorts. YOU CAN NO LONGER WEAR “CYCLING” TYPE GARMENTS THAT EXTEND BELOW the SHORTS NB. Anything which is not listed is not permitted.
Art. 7 Coaches: Duties and powers page 14 Purpose: To enlarge powers of the assistant coach New wording: Art. 7.5. Either the coach or the assistant coach, but only one at any given time, is permitted to remain standing during the game. They may address the players verbally during the game provided they remain within their team bench area. The assistant coach shall not address the officials.
Art. 9 Beginning and end of a period or the game page 16. Purpose: To clarify better when the period of the game ends. New wording: Art 9.8.new (second) sentence: When the backboard is equipped with lighting around its perimeter, the lighting take precedence over the game clock signal.
Art. 17 Throw-inpage 21/23 Purpose: To clarify better when last two (2) minutes of the game and of any extra period start. New wording: Art. 17.2.4: When the game clock shows 2:00 minutes or less of the fourth period and of each extra period, following a time-out taken by the team that is entitled to possession of the ball from its backcourt, the throw-in shall be administered at the throw-in line opposite the scorer’s table in the team’s frontcourt. New wording: Art. 18.2.8: A time-out shall not be permitted to the scoring team when the game clock shows 2:00 minutes or less of the fourth period and of each extra period and, following a successful field goal unless an official has stopped the game.
Art. 17 Throw-inpage 24/53 Purpose: To clarify better when last two (2) minutes of the game and of any extra period start. New wording: Art. 19.2.2. 3 rd bullet: For the non-scoring team, a field goal is scored when the game clock shows 2:00 minutes or less of the fourth period and of each extra period. New wording: Art. 49.2. 2 nd bullet, 4 th hyphen: A field goal is scored when the game clock shows 2:00 minutes or less of the fourth period and of each extra period.
Art. 28 Eight secondspage30 Purpose: Better wording to clarify the position of the player in the front court. New wording: Art. 28.1.2. 2 nd bullet: The ball touches or is legally touched by an offensive player who has both feet completely in contact with his frontcourt. New wording: Art. 28.1.2. 5 th bullet: During a dribble from the backcourt to the frontcourt, the ball and both feet of the dribbler are completely in contact with the frontcourt.
Art. 30 Ball returned to the backcourt page 31 Purpose: To better clarify when the ball is returned to the backcourt. New wording: Art. 30.1.1 : A live ball which is in a team’s frontcourt goes into team’s backcourt when:
Art. 33 Contact: General principles page 36 Purpose: Better wording to clarify distance between defensive player and the offensive player who does not control the ball. New wording: Art. 33.5. 3 rd paragraph: The distance is directly proportional to the speed of the opponent, never less than (1) normal step.
Art. 43 Free throwspage 47/48 Purpose: To insert back again the paragraphs erroneously deleted in Rules 2010. New wording: Art. 43.3.1 new 2 nd paragraph: Any other player’s violation which occurs immediately before, at approximately the same time as, or after the violation committed by the free-throw shooter shall be disregarded. New wording: Art. 43.3.3. 1 st bullet: A free-throw shooter or his teammate on the last or only free throw, the ball shall be awarded to the opponents for a throw-in at the free-throw line extended unless that team is entitled to further possession.
Art. 44 Correctable errorspage 48 Purpose: To eliminate specifications which are repeated twice in the same article. New wording: Art. 44.2.5. 1 st bullet: If the player involved in the correction of the error is on the team bench after being legally substituted, he must re-enter the playing court to participate in the correction of the error, at which point he becomes a player
Art. 50 Twenty-four (24) second operator: Dutiespage 54 Purpose: To better clarify when the 24 seconds clock shall be stopped and reset by splitting one hyphen in two. New wording: Art 50.2.1 3 rd hyphen: The team is awarded a backcourt throw-in. 4 th hyphen: The team is awarded free throw(s).
Art. 50. Twenty-four (24) second operator: Duties page 54 Purpose: To better clarify when the 24 second clock shall be switched off. New wording: Art. 50.4. 1 st paragraph: Switched off, after the ball becomes dead and the game clock has been stopped in any period when: There is a new control of the ball for either team and there are fewer than twenty-four (24) seconds on the game clock. The twenty-four (24) second clock is be reset to fourteen (14) seconds in the frontcourt while the remaining time on the game clock is fewer than fourteen (14) seconds.