Rule-6-Live-ball-dead-ball - Adirondack Chapter IAABO Board 36

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Only three ways a ball
becomes live:
1. Jump Ball
2. Throw-in
3. Free Throw
Rule 6:
Live Ball, Dead Ball
When the Dead Ball becomes Live:
1.
Jump Ball – on the release by
official
2.
Throw-in – at the disposal
3.
Free Throw – at the disposal
Rule 6:
Live Ball, Dead Ball
When Does a “Live Ball” become a “Dead Ball”?
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When a goal is scored
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When a free throw is missed, and followed
by another free throw
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When a free throw is missed, and followed
by a throw in
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When a held ball occurs
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When the ball lodges between the ring and
backboard or comes to rest on the flange
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When an officials whistle is blown (exception
noted)
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When time expires for a quarter or extra
period
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When a Foul Occurs
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Exception: Continuous Motion
Exception: Ball in flight during try, tap or
free throw
When a free throw violation by the offense
When a violation occurs
Rule 6:
Live Ball, Dead Ball
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When a contact foul occurs during a
LIVE BALL, the foul MUST be
Personal, regardless of the nature of
the foul… even the beginning of a fight
We also know that when a contact foul
occurs during a DEAD BALL… the foul
must be Technical. (exception:
Involving an Airborne Shooter: when
the ball has passed through the
basket, which causes the ball to
become Dead, and then the airborne
shooter commits a player control foul)
Rule 6:
Live Ball, Dead Ball
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In addition a Personal Foul can
Never occur during a Dead Ball.
( exception - player control)
Once again… that foul would be
a Technical Foul.
Also Unsporting Fouls may
occur whether the ball is Live or
Dead.

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