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Old Sun Dec 12, 2004, 06:42pm
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Originally posted by zebraman
Is B1's ensuing throw-in at the spot of the violation

(spot throw-in the endline under Team A's hoop)
Uh, no. The spot of the violation is the original throw-in spot. The play you describe is a violation of the throw-in rules; not a "floor" violation. Since the inbounder is the one who committed the violation, that's where the violation occurred and where the new throw-in will be taken.
Any NCAA rules and interpretations in this post are relevant for men's games only!
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