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Old Tue Jan 12, 2021, 09:29am
JRutledge JRutledge is offline
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Originally Posted by swkansasref33 View Post

It was an intentional personal foul (player reached out and grabbed a cutter with both hands and partner ruled it intentional).

With that being said.... can anyone give an example of a personal technical foul? I can't think of what that might entail, and couldn't find an example in the case book.
All fouls are either Personal or Technical, they cannot be both. And only Technical fouls in the NF code can result in the offended coach choosing the shooter. Not the case with any Personal foul (Intentional or Flagrant). Only in a situation where a player is either injured or disqualied does the sub shoot there FT.

I guess the best way to say this, if you have a flagrant personal foul, then only the player fouled can shoot. But if you have a flagrant technical, anyone can shoot that is eligible (like an unsporting act or act during a dead ball)

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