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Old Sat Jan 08, 2005, 11:52pm
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Originally posted by rainmaker
Originally posted by tjksail
Can someone please explain the difference between a player control foul and a team control foul? What are the penalties for each?
Player control foul is committed by the player in control of the ball (dribbling, or holding). Team control foul is committed by any player on the team that has control of the ball. In NFHS (high school) rules, player control foul brings no shots ever, but does add one to the player's foul count and to the team foul count. NFHS treats a team control foul away from the ball the same as any other foul -- shots if in bonus, etc., and it's not called a "team control foul". It's called an "offensive foul". In college, it's different, but I"m not the expert on that one, someone else can do it.
Mark already did that, and as he said there's no such thing as a team control foul under HS rules, nor is there such a thing as an "offensive foul" in HS or NCAA rules. In addition, under ncaa rules PC fouls bring no shots ever, as in nfhs rules.
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