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Old Mon Jan 30, 2017, 11:56am
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Technical Foul for touching over th sideline on throw in

High school rules. Player A reaches through the boundary plane and hits throw in pass after it leaves the throwers hands on the out of bounds side of the plane. This is still a player technical foul correct.
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High school rules. Player A reaches through the boundary plane and hits throw in pass after it leaves the throwers hands on the out of bounds side of the plane. This is still a player technical foul correct.
Yes.

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Old Mon Jan 30, 2017, 12:47pm
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After the release

I thought in FED the defense could touch the ball after the release of the ball as long as the release is not to another teammate that is out of bounds after a made basket.


ART. 10. . . The opponent(s) of the thrower shall not have any part of his/her
person through the inbounds side of the throw-in boundary-line plane until the
ball has been released on a throw-in pass.
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What the original poster describes is theoretically LEGAL.
"The throw-in pass shall not touch a teammate while it is on the out-of-bounds side of the throw-in boundary plane", 7-6-2. However, an opponent doing the same thing is not expressly forbidden.
It's gonna be a close call, however, because according to 7-6-4, "the opponent of the thrower shall not have any part of his/her person through the inbounds side of the throw-in boundary plane until the ball has been released on a throw-in pass." But if the opponent waits for the release and then contacts the ball on "the other side of the line", that's legal.
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Old Mon Jan 30, 2017, 01:14pm
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High school rules. Player A reaches through the boundary plane and hits throw in pass after it leaves the throwers hands on the out of bounds side of the plane. This is still a player technical foul correct.
No. It is not unless the thrower was passing the ball to a teammate out of bounds along the end line. 10-4-10 references penalty in rule 9. Opponent cannot reach through boundary and touch ball while thrower possesses it. Or if passing to teammate also out of bounds after made goal. Those are Ts.

Once thrower releases ball and it isn't going to a teammate on end line after a goal opponents can break plane. Not even violation. Not a T.

NcaaM doesn't allow opponent to break plane until ball crosses it. Repeated infrac is class B T.

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What am I missing here?

I thought the (NFHS) interp says contact with the ball is auto T.
Contact with thrower is auto Intentional Personal Foul.

And that the even absent contact, "Breaking the plane is a DOG warning" ?

So, if thrower has released the ball but it is still OOB, would this not still be a violation/DOG warning? (similar to NCAA).
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Old Tue Jan 31, 2017, 01:39am
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What am I missing here?

I thought the (NFHS) interp says contact with the ball is auto T.
Contact with thrower is auto Intentional Personal Foul.

And that the even absent contact, "Breaking the plane is a DOG warning" ?

So, if thrower has released the ball but it is still OOB, would this not still be a violation/DOG warning? (similar to NCAA).
Contact with the ball while in the thrower's hands on the OOB side of the plane is an auto T.


Once the thrower releases the ball, the defender is allowed to break the OOB plane (NFHS). It is not a T to touch the ball after it has been released by the thrower, unless the thrower is passing the ball OOB to a teammate after a made basket.
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Old Tue Jan 31, 2017, 10:54am
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High school rules. Player A reaches through the boundary plane and hits throw in pass after it leaves the throwers hands on the out of bounds side of the plane. This is still a player technical foul correct.
I'm assuming by player A you mean an opponent of the team throwing the ball in?

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Old Tue Jan 31, 2017, 12:18pm
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Yup, I kicked this one earlier this year.
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