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Old Thu Feb 11, 2021, 11:28pm
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Indiana/Northwestern shot clock situation

Late stages of first half, IU shoots an air ball with shot clock winding down, ball knocked out by Northwestern with 04.2 on game clock and after review, 1 left on shot clock. Inbounds lob pass caught by IUís post Jackson-Davis, shot clock horn goes off basically simultaneously with the touch/catch. Jackson-Davis then shoots/hits. After review, apparently it was determined since Jackson-Davis got his shot off in less than 1 second (appeared .8 of elapsed game clock to me), officials counted the bucket.

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Old Fri Feb 12, 2021, 07:43am
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In the last minute of a half, I always track where the game clock was when the current shot clock started. That way I know exactly where the game clock should be when the shot clock expires.

Looking at the play-by-play on ESPN.com, it says the last possession of the first half started the 30 seconds on the game clock.

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Old Fri Feb 12, 2021, 09:52am
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For those of us they don't do games with shot clock...I'm assuming the shot clock stops at the same time as the game clock? Also is that a hard zero or is there a full second after it shows zero that the horn sounds like the old non tenths clocks?
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Old Fri Feb 12, 2021, 10:51am
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For those of us they don't do games with shot clock...I'm assuming the shot clock stops at the same time as the game clock? Also is that a hard zero or is there a full second after it shows zero that the horn sounds like the old non tenths clocks?
Yes, it stops at the same time (by rule -- most of the time you can't run the shot clock when the game clock is stopped; you can stop the shot clock when the game clock is running) Yes, it's a "hard zero".

At the beginning of the game, the game clock shows 20:00 (NCAAM) and the shot clock shows 30. Assume that the clocks are started and stopped in .5 seconds. Most (probably 99% by now) of the time, the game clock will show 19:59 and the shot clock will still show :30. Exactly 1 second after the clock starts it 19:59 and :29. At 1.1 seconds it 19:58 and :29. etc.
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