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Old Sat Feb 20, 2016, 10:43pm
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Fouled But Gets 5th Foul On A T?

UK TAMU game.

UK center gets fouled. Bonus. In his excitement he slams the ball down and gets whacked. It's his 5th foul.

How is the shooter determined?

UK player came off the bench to shoot. Not sure how he was selected. By shooting team? By opposing team?
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Old Sat Feb 20, 2016, 10:46pm
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It's whomever the sub for the fouled out player...coincidentally had this EXACT situation myself two weeks ago. Partner knew how to handle and helped out.
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Old Sat Feb 20, 2016, 10:46pm
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Whoever is his sub will shoot the 1-and-1.


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Old Sat Feb 20, 2016, 10:53pm
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Post-game reports said that the defensive coach picked the shooter. That didn't sound right.
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Old Sat Feb 20, 2016, 10:56pm
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If a player is injured and the foul was not flagrant, the opposing coach would choose shooter from remaining 4 players on court. If the player is injured AND there is blood, his substitute will shoot the FTs if player is unable to shoot or resolve blood issue.

Finally, if the foul is flagrant and player is injured his coach can choose anyone on his team to shoot the FT.

Disqualifications like the OP follow normal rules as others pointed out. Sub shoots FT.s.
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Old Sun Feb 21, 2016, 12:41am
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It's whomever the sub for the fouled out player...coincidentally had this EXACT situation myself two weeks ago. Partner knew how to handle and helped out.
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Whoever is his sub will shoot the 1-and-1.
This is the NCAAW & NFHS rule. BigCat gave you the NCAAM rule.
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Old Sun Feb 21, 2016, 12:53am
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Wouldn't have called T. Players are not robots. Wasn't disagreeing with call, taunting players, or anything of the nature. Seemed to simply be player excitement that he tried to stop once he realized his excitement. I've seen worse. Coaches get out of coaches boxes isn't always called, t wasnt called for fans running on court early,no reason this should have been either.

I'm more concerned about the obvious shot clock violation that wasn't called a dead ball on the previous possession by KY.
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Old Sun Feb 21, 2016, 02:46am
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Wouldn't have called T. Players are not robots. Wasn't disagreeing with call, taunting players, or anything of the nature. Seemed to simply be player excitement that he tried to stop once he realized his excitement. I've seen worse. Coaches get out of coaches boxes isn't always called, t wasnt called for fans running on court early,no reason this should have been either.

I'm more concerned about the obvious shot clock violation that wasn't called a dead ball on the previous possession by KY.
Or the fact that the clock didn't immediately start on the touch in the final throwin of OT.
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Old Sun Feb 21, 2016, 09:04am
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I was enjoying the commentator make a mess of the explanation of what was going to happen next. Could feel that he was trying to find a case citation or something. was comical.
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Old Sun Feb 21, 2016, 02:28pm
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Just saw the video. I don't think I make that call at any point in any game I work; unless I have warned him previously or I'm asking him for the ball as he chucks it down the court. It's not going to delay anything.

But if SEC powers, and John Adams, want this called, so be it.
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Old Sun Feb 21, 2016, 02:40pm
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Nowhere in the NFHS/NCAA rules does it say that slamming the ball is an automatic T.

I'm leaving this one alone.
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Old Sun Feb 21, 2016, 05:59pm
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Just saw the video. I don't think I make that call at any point in any game I work; unless I have warned him previously or I'm asking him for the ball as he chucks it down the court. It's not going to delay anything.

But if SEC powers, and John Adams, want this called, so be it.
I believe you mean JD Collins. Adams is no longer the head honcho.
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Old Sun Feb 21, 2016, 07:38pm
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Just saw the video. I don't think I make that call at any point in any game I work; unless I have warned him previously or I'm asking him for the ball as he chucks it down the court. It's not going to delay anything.

But if SEC powers, and John Adams, want this called, so be it.
I haven't seen a good replay angle yet, but it appears the ball gets slammed in the direction of an opponent. I was expecting it to be one where he slams it to himself.

It's an unusual and unexpected act by the player. I'm not blaming an official for calling a Tech here.
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Old Sun Feb 21, 2016, 11:08pm
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Did anyone hear what the player was saying when he slammed the ball? He definitely was yelling something. I have no problem with the tech.
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Old Mon Feb 22, 2016, 09:36am
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The post game report was probably because Jay Bilas wouldn't shut up. He kept spewing what was going to happen and he wasn't even close. He is the one insisting that the opposing coach gets to choose. When R came and told him what the scenario was, you know he never said "I WAS WRONG".
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