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Old Wed Feb 17, 2010, 07:55am
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I guess a team could employ the strategy of fouling before the ball was inbounded and not make it intentional. I've personally never seen a team try this strategy nor have I seen any team on TV try it either.

I know that the NBA has an away-from-the-play foul where fouls before the ball is released for the throw-in results in two shots outside of two minutes left in the game. Under two minutes, it's one shot by any player AND the ball back. I don't know if NCAA/HS need to go that route since you don't see teams trying to take advantage.
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