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Old Wed Dec 28, 2016, 11:35pm
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Originally Posted by ODog View Post
Why? They're both violations before team control inbounds is established. I see no difference. The violating team should get the arrow.
Player control does require holding or dribbling a "live" ball. If his foot is out of bounds when he catches it ball is dead immediately so maybe it doesn't count. It certainly makes more sense to give arrow to white. Something makes me think there's a quirk with this. I don't know. I'm tired....
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