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Old Mon Jan 09, 2017, 01:31am
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How much time would you all take off the clock then?
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Old Mon Jan 09, 2017, 02:10am
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How much time would you all take off the clock then?
How about one second?
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Old Mon Jan 09, 2017, 02:11am
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The definite knowledge would be what?

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Old Mon Jan 09, 2017, 03:46am
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The defiant knowledge would be what?
If I'm an official in such a situation I can have a count. I also look at the clock when I chop in time to make certain that I starts properly in late game situations.
In this situation, the poster told us that it took about one second.

PS Why are you being "defiant"?
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Old Mon Jan 09, 2017, 10:17am
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Saw this tonight.

Team A inbounding ball on endline in backcourt, 1.9 seconds left, needing to go length of court. Run a play, and makes a long pass to A1 at 3 point line in frontcourt. As A1 catches the ball, the horn sounds. Clock was started early. Clock was started as the pass was in the air. What do you do?
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The catch and horn were almost simultaneous. They put 1.9 back on and replayed.
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Why would you take 3/10ths off when the poster states that the time from catch to release and the horn sounding was about one second?
No I didn't.
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Old Mon Jan 09, 2017, 01:12pm
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To clarify for others, 0.3 is NOT enough time to catch and shoot under NFHS rules, you must have 0.4 seconds or more.

You knew what I meant.
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Old Mon Jan 09, 2017, 05:29pm
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No I didn't.
Not talking about your play. I wrote poster, not OP.
Below is the post immediately above Ed's response.

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Coach here. Had this happen once, not the 4th quarter. 2.4 on the clock, have the ball near the division line. Have my big guy on the block. Inbounder throws to my big guy who catches and shoots a little fadaway and releases just after the buzzer sounds. [B]Time between catch and release was probably around one second.[\B]. Officials convene and after some discussion decide that it was a timing error and we retry from 2.4. Needless to say we didn't get as good of a shot off on the redo.
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Old Tue Jan 10, 2017, 09:21am
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All of this just goes to show over and over again that the table personnel clock operators never pay attention to our "chop the clock" signals. They just go by what they think is the 'common sense' way to do things. I've had clock operators start the clock when the ball is in-bounded by rolling it on the floor by A1 and A2 had yet to start a dribble--ball just rolling from the backcourt to frontcourt---and she started the clock. I had words with her and we put back all the time on the clock, it was embarrassing for her though, close game.
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Old Tue Jan 10, 2017, 10:02am
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All of this just goes to show over and over again that the table personnel clock operators never pay attention to our "chop the clock" signals. They just go by what they think is the 'common sense' way to do things. I've had clock operators start the clock when the ball is in-bounded by rolling it on the floor by A1 and A2 had yet to start a dribble--ball just rolling from the backcourt to frontcourt---and she started the clock. I had words with her and we put back all the time on the clock, it was embarrassing for her though, close game.
A 40 point blowout recently and a ball hits the floor inbounds and bounces towards OOB......tick tick tick....and I'm waiting for the horn to blow before putting a whistle on the OOB....and the clock operator helpfully stops the clock with 0.3 seconds left without a whistle.
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Old Tue Jan 10, 2017, 12:06pm
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Not talking about your play. I wrote poster, not OP.
Below is the post immediately above Ed's response.
OOPS. My bad
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