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Old Mon Apr 29, 2019, 04:12pm
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Sasquatch play

I will call this a "Sasquatch play" because it occurs so infrequently [and unexpectedly] that I feel this to be an appropriate rubric.
This play occurred in a youth tournament I worked on Saturday. I believe I got the call right; however, my partner expressed question/disagreement and said a re-jump betw A1 and B1 should've occurred. I remembered reading the case book back in January where I first saw this play--and wow it finally paid off this wknd. I convinced him to go with the cited resolution, and he disdainfully agreed. Nevertheless...
Please see "2018-2019 NF Casebook p. 50, 6.4.1 Situation C, event # (c)".

Have any of you'all ever encountered this situation (have you seen the Sasquatch ?
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Within my first few years of officiating, I saw this beast.
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Old Tue Apr 30, 2019, 07:08am
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I've seen it a couple of times in HS and in College.

Note that your partner had the right ruling for NCAAW (well, it isn't required that A1 and B1 re-jump, but that's how it has always worked out in this and similar situations).
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For those who don't have immediate access to the case book:

6.4.1 SITUATION C:
Following the jump between A1 and B1 to start the first quarter, the jump ball: (a) is touched by A2 and it then goes out of bounds; (b) is touched simultaneously by A2 and B2 and it then goes out of bounds; (c) is simultaneously controlled by A2 and B2; or (d) is caught by A1.

RULING: In (a), Team B will have a throw-in. The alternating-possession procedure is established and the arrow is set toward A's basket when a player of Team B has the ball for the throw-in. Team A will have the first opportunity to throw-in when the procedure is used. In (b) and (c), A2 and B2 will jump in the center restraining *circle *regardless of where the ball went out or where the held ball occurred. In (d), Team B will have a throw-in because of the violation and the arrow for the alternating-possession will be pointed towards Team A's basket. (4-12-1, 4-28-1)
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Old Tue Apr 30, 2019, 08:31am
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I've seen it a couple of times in HS and in College.

Note that your partner had the right ruling for NCAAW (well, it isn't required that A1 and B1 re-jump, but that's how it has always worked out in this and similar situations).
For NCAA-M, it's any 2 players may re-jump.
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Old Tue Apr 30, 2019, 08:57am
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I had this play the first year I officiated probably 8 games in during a JV game. The 2 point guards were A2 and B2. I pointed to those 2 to re-jump. Both coaches were like WTH??? I said trust me I am 100% right.
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Old Tue Apr 30, 2019, 09:58am
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The 2 point guards were A2 and B2. I pointed to those 2 to re-jump.
Had it in a girls game this past season. Both point guards had never been a jumper before, scholastic, travel, recreation, camp, AAU, etc.

I've had this play several times over the past almost forty years. It's probably not as rare as some believe.
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I will call this a "Sasquatch play" because it occurs so infrequently have you seen the Sasquatch?
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world...=.04b351ebad4d
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Old Tue Apr 30, 2019, 06:15pm
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Sasquatches are Commoner Than You'd Think

Not all that uncommon around here. The occasion to do what I call "A Real Rejump" happens enough that it's taught each preseason and occasionally shows up on a state rules exam now and then.

Here's one recent example: Wrong Rejumpers

The most memorable occurrence of this situation I recall happened about 8 years ago. It featured the tipped jump ball bounding waaaaay back near an endline where a 5'4" guard tied the ball up with about a 6'7" opponent. Of course, the coach of the shorter player insisted the rejump be between the original two jumpers. Of course, the other coach was happy as we insisted on the correct adjudication.
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