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Old Wed Oct 28, 2015, 05:44pm
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Originally Posted by BillyMac View Post
In my high school game, if an opponent is screaming this from a marked lane space, or from behind the arc, or, possibly, even from the bench, while the free throw shooter is in the act of shooting, and if I feel that this is a distraction to the free throw shooter, I will call the delayed violation every time. If the free throw misses, we're shooting again.

9.1.3 SITUATION D: ... The free thrower is entitled to protection from being distracted. It is the opponent’s responsibility to avoid disconcerting the free thrower.
Originally Posted by so cal lurker View Post
And in the real world, how often does that happen?
For me once, in a boys high school recreation league game. Screams came from the bench: "Miss".
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