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Old Sat Nov 02, 2013, 02:17pm
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Originally Posted by All_Heart View Post
Does the fact that we are under 2 minutes, which allows us to review the monitor for shot clock timing mistakes, come into play. I believe this would be considered a timing mistake so we would be allowed to review it and which we would then be allowed to score the goal. However, if we don't have a monitor then I don't think we would be allowed to score the goal unless we have definite knowledge. Anybody agree with this?

Essentially I feel like this question is leaving out if we have a monitor available or not which is important information in order to properly answer the question. Although I may be missing something here (wouldn't be the 1st time).
Try not to read other information into those questions. The shot-clock horn going off before the ball is released isn't necessarily a timing mistake and there's nothing in the OP to indicate it was.
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