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I see that the game has changed, and thus many officials have not needed to go ballside as often in 2-person crews. However, that has not stopped the same officials for coming across the lane in 3-person crews for rotations. Rotations may not be frequent, but because levels with older players still feature post play, they probably still happen because some post play remains?
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1989 is when HS adopted the 3pt shot.

Are you sure it wasn't the 1987-88 season? I was a high school freshman that year and that was the first one with the three-point line both on our court and in use during the season.
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Old Sun Feb 10, 2019, 12:01pm
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Are you sure it wasn't the 1987-88 season? I was a high school freshman that year and that was the first one with the three-point line both on our court and in use during the season.


1987-1988 was my first season officiating HS hoops. It was also the first year of the 3 point line.


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Was the introduction of the 3-point line the "beginning of the end" for 2-person ball-side mechanics? This seems to be what Nevadaref was implying, because 3-point shots would be set up by quicker transitions and/or skip passes. With skip passes, the Lead would not necessarily move ball-side, since the ball would not have settled following the skip pass. However, how are 3-point shots connected to the need for (and usage of) 3-person crews?
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1987-1988 was my first season officiating HS hoops. It was also the first year of the 3 point line.
I am not trying to be funny, but this rule came in when I was a freshman. I remember us shooting with it my freshman season. Wasn't that 86-87? Wasn't that the same year the NCAA had the rule as well? Or was this possibly a state adopted rule first?

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1987-1988 was my first season officiating HS hoops. It was also the first year of the 3 point line.
NFHS Handbook: 1987 Adopted three point field goal.

1986-87 or 1987-88?
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I am not trying to be funny, but this rule came in when I was a freshman. I remember us shooting with it my freshman season. Wasn't that 86-87? Wasn't that the same year the NCAA had the rule as well? Or was this possibly a state adopted rule first?



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I'm sure some states tested it first. Nationally, I am pretty certain it's 87-88.

My graduating class in 1987 had a boy player who scored over 2200 points and he never had the 3. Most of his shots were from 3 distance.


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