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Old Sat Oct 30, 2004, 09:43pm
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I am confused on how delay of game warnings are administered.

For example, team A makes the basket and taps the ball away from team B. First warning. A few minutes later, Team B has a throw in, team a, reaches across the line. Do we have another warning or a technical...

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Old Sat Oct 30, 2004, 10:30pm
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I am confused on how delay of game warnings are administered.

For example, team A makes the basket and taps the ball away from team B. First warning. A few minutes later, Team B has a throw in, team a, reaches across the line. Do we have another warning or a technical...

thanks again,
Mike
My first impression would be that each type of delay is unique.

Looking in my NFHS book confirms that in 10-1-5c and d.

It says in both of these sections "following the team warning for this delay."

So that seems to me to say that each type of delay needs another delay of the same type to assess a T.

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Old Sun Oct 31, 2004, 12:01am
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You must have a matching pair of violations for a T to be called.
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Old Sun Oct 31, 2004, 10:10am
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Dave and Paul are correct. There are 3 situations in which the official should issue a team warning. They are:

-- interfering with the ball after it passes through the basket,
-- breaking the throw-in plane during a throw-in,
-- huddling in the FT lane when the official is ready to administer the FT.

A team may be warned once for each of these before being penalized with a technical foul. So it's possible to issue 6 warnings in a game (3 for each team) without giving any T's for delay.
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Old Sun Oct 31, 2004, 01:21pm
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Just one more way of looking at it, a warning is for a single team only. If you warn A about a delay, you can't T B for the same offense, unless you have already warned them as well.
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Old Sun Oct 31, 2004, 06:07pm
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Also remember - reaching through the plane and touching the ball also serves as the "first warning" in addition to being a T (if neither a reach through or a touch occurred previously), so if a teammate subsequently just reaches through, it's a T.
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