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Old Wed Dec 09, 2015, 05:39pm
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You do not know a ball goes in the basket without looking at the ball?
In thirty-five years, twice, as the lead, I did not get a chance to see the ball go in, or not go in, and screwed up. In both cases I was very intent on watching a troublesome matchup in my primary. Once I assumed the ball went in, when it didn't (it actually went out of bounds, I didn't make the call, and the players just made their own throwin before my partner killed the play). Another time, I made an out of bounds call on my endline when the ball actually went quickly through a very loose net and went directly out of bounds. I got help from my partner then as well.
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Old Thu Dec 10, 2015, 08:59am
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In thirty-five years, twice, as the lead, I did not get a chance to see the ball go in, or not go in, and screwed up. In both cases I was very intent on watching a troublesome matchup in my primary. Once I assumed the ball went in, when it didn't (it actually went out of bounds, I didn't make the call, and the players just made their own throwin before my partner killed the play). Another time, I made an out of bounds call on my endline when the ball actually went quickly through a very loose net and went directly out of bounds. I got help from my partner then as well.
I had one last year that hit just the front of the net that sounded like just the inside of the net. It made for some confusion.
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Old Fri Dec 11, 2015, 02:26am
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Here is a video discussing this point.

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Old Fri Dec 11, 2015, 08:51am
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I am going to assume this is Greg that posted the video. I love your videos and have found value in using them for my classes and training situations.

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Old Fri Dec 11, 2015, 08:55am
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Love it

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I am going to assume this is Greg that posted the video. I love your videos and have found value in using them for my classes and training situations.

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That is great to hear. There are many, many people who are visual learners and video is the best way to teach to them. Glad to hear they provide value.

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Old Fri Dec 11, 2015, 09:02am
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Depending on where you are (how important these things are), some of the "marking" signals in the video could be seen as incorrect -- too high (straight up; not head height), and with the full hand (instead of three fingers).
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