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Old Wed Dec 08, 2004, 05:33pm
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If A1 & A2 both are witnessed dunking during pregame warmup do you shoot 2 for each T? Or is it like changing starters?

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Old Wed Dec 08, 2004, 05:37pm
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If A1 & A2 both are witnessed dunking during pregame warmup do you shoot 2 for each T? Or is it like changing starters?

Shoot for both.
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Old Wed Dec 08, 2004, 05:38pm
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Did this actually happen? I would think after the first T, A2 would get the message. Without looking at the books, I think you have to call both and shoot for both, otherwise what (other than ability) is stopping the entire team from dunking?
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Old Wed Dec 08, 2004, 05:45pm
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Good thing

It's a good thing it wasn't 3 pregame dunks. The coach would be in the locker room (3 indirects)for the entire game!
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Old Wed Dec 08, 2004, 06:11pm
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It's a good thing it wasn't 3 pregame dunks. The coach would be in the locker room (3 indirects)for the entire game!
Um, there might be other opinions floating around this board about your definition of "a good thing".

Do you wanna hear Mark Padgett's?
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Old Wed Dec 08, 2004, 08:17pm
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Shouldn't we start by warning the coach before charging one or more technical fouls for dunks? I mean, it's only warm-up after all!
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Old Wed Dec 08, 2004, 09:12pm
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Shouldn't we start by warning the coach before charging one or more technical fouls for dunks? I mean, it's only warm-up after all!
Please tell me you're kidding.
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Old Thu Dec 09, 2004, 08:17am
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Technical Fouls and we start the game off shooting. I had this happen my second game this year. Dont for get the coach gets an indirect and he looses his box and has to sit!
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Old Thu Dec 09, 2004, 08:29am
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What's the procedure for "calling" this technical? After you see the first dunk, do you walk to the table and inform the official scorer and the coach of the technical? Do you wait until the game is about to start before you tell the table and coach? Do you actually use any signals and blow the whistle????
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I didnt blow my whistle, I just got the number and told my partner (he was the "r") and he informed the coach. Of course the play denied it, but the whole gym saw it and reacted.
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Old Thu Dec 09, 2004, 08:38am
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What's the procedure for "calling" this technical? After you see the first dunk, do you walk to the table and inform the official scorer and the coach of the technical? Do you wait until the game is about to start before you tell the table and coach? Do you actually use any signals and blow the whistle????
No signals, no whistle.

Tell your partner, then tell the coach as soon as you can ("Hello coach. Bob Jenkins. NIce to meet you / see you again, and I wish I had better news. Number xx dunked during the warmups, so we'll ahve to start the game with a technical."), then the other coach and the table.

If there's an announcer tell him / her, too.

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Old Thu Dec 09, 2004, 09:09am
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What's the procedure for "calling" this technical? After you see the first dunk, do you walk to the table and inform the official scorer and the coach of the technical? Do you wait until the game is about to start before you tell the table and coach? Do you actually use any signals and blow the whistle????
No signals, no whistle.

Tell your partner, then tell the coach as soon as you can ("Hello coach. Bob Jenkins. NIce to meet you / see you again, and I wish I had better news. Number xx dunked during the warmups, so we'll ahve to start the game with a technical."), then the other coach and the table.

If there's an announcer tell him / her, too.

Okay. Thanks.
I've never seen it go this far, but I'd imagine, if you have an athletic team with players who are not aware of the rule, it is possible that you could have A1, A2, and A3 dunk consecutively while you're telling your partner and one of you is making your way to the table and coach. Not likely maybe, but possible Not good for the coach.
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Old Thu Dec 09, 2004, 09:35am
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What's the procedure for "calling" this technical? After you see the first dunk, do you walk to the table and inform the official scorer and the coach of the technical? Do you wait until the game is about to start before you tell the table and coach? Do you actually use any signals and blow the whistle????
No signals, no whistle.

Tell your partner, then tell the coach as soon as you can ("Hello coach. Bob Jenkins. NIce to meet you / see you again, and I wish I had better news. Number xx dunked during the warmups, so we'll ahve to start the game with a technical."), then the other coach and the table.

If there's an announcer tell him / her, too.

The ballplayer that dunked should be notified too, by rule, immediately when the dunk occurs. If I remember right, the FED recommended telling the ballpayer before the coach. The idea was to get to the player before he dunked again and earned another T.

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Old Tue Dec 14, 2004, 03:22am
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Yes, JR.
10.3.4 Sit C includes the following:
"When dunking occurs during the pregame practice period the official notifies the team member and the head coach, but does not sound the whistle."
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