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Old Tue Jan 13, 2004, 04:26pm
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I'm sure this will be quickly answered. If a timeout is called by the throwing team following a basket, can there be a loss of the "running the baseline" privilege?

I say no, but I had someone tell me that if a team was trying to inbound against a press D following a basket, and called the timeout only to avoid a 5 second violation, that the good D should be rewarded following that timeout by having to defend only a spot throw in.

I don't think there is any judgment to be made here by an official as to why the time out was called. It is never a spot throw in this case.

BTW, I'm glad I found this site. I'm a beginner so I find a lot to absorb here.

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Old Tue Jan 13, 2004, 04:29pm
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You're right on this one, Hartsy. A TO does not cause the inbounding team to lose the right to run the endline.

Hey, you're 1-for-1! Maybe you should retire with a perfect record

Hopefully, you won't and you'll keep posting here. Welcome to the forum.
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