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Old Tue Sep 22, 2009, 06:25am
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the other 50 questions

51) A player may not remove his/her jersey on the playing court, but may do so at the team bench area.
52) The officials' jurisdiction actually begins in the dressing room if they are not able to be on the floor 15 minutes before the start.
53) If a player wears the uniform pants below the hips, he or she shall be directed to leave the game
54) A state association may authorize the use of video replay in all situations it deems appropriate.
55) A violation has occurred when B1, in a marked space, loses his/her balance and touches inside the lane with both hands prior to A1's release of a free-throw attempt.
56) The officials' jurisdiction extends through periods when the game may be momentarily stopped for any reason.
57) Any player, other than the free thrower, who does not occupy a marked lane space must be behind the free-throw line extended and behind the three-point line.
58) If a player is directed to leave the game for a violation of the uniform rule, the coach may call a time-out to keep the player in the game.
59) The ideal court measurement is 50 feet by 94 feet
60) If the officials stop play for a bleeding player, the player may remain in the game if his/her team is charged with a time-out and the bleeding situation is remedied.
61) The referee may designate any official to toss the jump ball to start the game.
62) If two minutes and 30 seconds are used for discussing a correctable-error situation, two 60- and one 30-second time-outs are charged to the calling team if no correction is made.
63) A time-out is not charged if it was granted because a player's contact lens or eyeglasses were displaced
64) A school or conference logo/mascot may be located at the apex/opening of the jersey neckline
65) The time-out area is an imaginary rectangle formed by the sideline (including the bench), end line, nearer free-throw lane line extended and the coaching-box line
66) The act of shooting ends when the attempt is either successful or unsuccessful.
67) Players may sit or stand during a 60-second time-out, but must remain in the time-out area.
68) Only a defensive player can commit basket interference.
69) The basketball shall be spherical and have a deeply pebbled cover with any number of horizontally shaped panels.
70) "Point of interruption" is a method of resuming play after any technical foul or any double foul.
71) Moveable basket rings are prohibited.
72) To obtain an initial legal guarding position, the guard must have both feet touching the playing court
73) Goaltending can occur during a free-throw attempt while the ball is in flight outside the basket cylinder
74) Side inserts on the team jersey must be centered vertically below the armpit and may not exceed four inches in width
75) It is an alternating-possession throw-in when A1's throw-in lodges between the backboard and the ring
76) Unused time-out(s) from the regulation game may be used in any overtime period.
77) Except for the first marked lane spaces that must be occupied by the defense during a free throw, players are permitted to occupy any vacant marked lane space within the numerical limits.
78) It is an alternating-possession throw-in when the ball becomes dead and neither team is in control and no goal, infraction or end of a period is involved
79) A team member is bench personnel in uniform and eligible to become a player
80) By mutual agreement between opposing coaches, the three 60-second time-outs may be converted to six 30-second time-outs
81) If the opponent with the ball is airborne, the guard may obtain legal position in the opponent's landing spot after the opponent is airborne.
82) The official shall instruct the timer to begin the 20-second interval for replacing an injured player as soon as the game has been stopped for the injury.
83) The alternating-possession procedure is always used after a double personal foul.
84) On-court entertainment should not occur during a 30-second time-out.
85) It is an alternating-possession throw-in following simultaneous basket interference violations by opponents.
86) To obtain an initial legal guarding position in the path of a moving opponent with the ball, time or distance is not a factor.
87) The head coach or any assistant coach may orally or visually request and be granted a time-out.
88) A violation shall be called on a player who, having been in the restricted area for less than three seconds, dribbles in or moves immediately to try for a goal.
89) Basket interference may occur during a free-throw attempt.
90) Kicking the ball is intentionally striking it with any part of the leg or foot
91) It is permissible to withdraw a player before the clock starts following his or her substitution into the game.
92) Marked lane spaces may be occupied during a free throw by a maximum of four defensive and three offensive players.
93) The three-second restrictions do not apply to a player who has one foot touching in the lane and one foot touching outside the lane
94) After initial legal guarding position is obtained, the guard may move laterally, obliquely or toward the opponent to maintain position
95) If a timing error occurs, the exact time observed by an official may be placed on the clock.
96) The division line is entirely in a team's frontcourt.
97) The referee has the authority to overrule a foul call decision made by an umpire
98) B1 has established a legal guarding position and may maintain that position even while airborne, provided he/she has inbounds status.
99) A player need only have the front of the team jersey tucked in to be eligible to participate
100) An official shall signal the throw-in spot following a goal or awarded goal.
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