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Old Sun Oct 06, 2019, 06:09pm
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Originally Posted by Scrapper1 View Post
In a match utilizing LJs, if the teams return from a TO early, and the LJ2 hasn't had time to walk all the way around to return to his/her base position, should the R2 give the court back to the R1 as soon as the teams are on the court, or she the R2 wait until the LJ2 is also in position before giving the court back?

Happened in my match today and I realized I wasn't sure if there a "right" way to do it. Thanks.
Not sure your question is addressed specifically, but the timeout shouldn't end until the teams are on the court and in position and ready to play, not necessarily when they take the court. So hopefully the LJ, if walking quickly enough, can get into position while the team is getting ready to play. In theory.

In good practice, it would probably be best waiting on the LJ2 to get into position, or pretty close, before calling for the horn. Then once the horn hits, the LJ2 should be in position and the R2 can give the court back.
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