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Old Tue Dec 21, 2004, 12:48pm
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GJV. Jump ball. Team A has the arrow and retains possession. Reset the shot clock? I reset it but I think I was wrong.
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Old Tue Dec 21, 2004, 12:53pm
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Shot clock rules are up to each state. Here in the state of Washington, all held balls result in a shot clock reset. You'll need to find out what the shot clock rules are in your state.

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Old Tue Dec 21, 2004, 01:44pm
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NCAA W - no reset if team A retains possession on a held ball. It is the same in Maryland as we use NCAA W interps for shot clock situations.

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Old Tue Dec 21, 2004, 02:16pm
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CA - no reset

As stated above, shot clock rules are by state. In California a held ball which results in the offensive team retaining possession does NOT reset the shot clock.
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In MA, we use the NCAA shot-clock rules (except it's only 30 seconds, instead of the men's 35), so no reset.
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In MA, we use the NCAA shot-clock rules (except it's only 30 seconds, instead of the men's 35), so no reset.
What is the rule citation on this? NCAA men/women.
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I need to modify my answer slightly. If Team A had team control when the held ball occured, and the arrow is pointing toward Team A's basket, then there is no reset of the shot clock.

If there is no team control at the time of the held ball (after a try, for example), then the shot clock is reset regardless of who gets the possession.

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Old Fri Jun 02, 2006, 06:56am
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Interesting here in VA there is no shot clock for either girls or boys.
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Old Sat Jun 03, 2006, 10:12am
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Interesting here in VA there is no shot clock for either girls or boys.
Not true. The shot clock is used on the girls' side of the ISL. I know, I had 6 games in this league this past season.
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Old Sat Jun 03, 2006, 05:16pm
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Not true. The shot clock is used on the girls' side of the ISL. I know, I had 6 games in this league this past season
Yes, but in the VHSL or AAU, YBOA, no shot clock is used. I haven't done ISL, so I wouldn't know...
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Yes, but in the VHSL or AAU, YBOA, no shot clock is used. I haven't done ISL, so I wouldn't know...
The same applies for WCAC boys and girls games in VA (Bishop Ireton, Bishop O'Connell, and Paul VI), as well as for IAC and MAC teams located in Virginia. Richmond Prep teams will also use the shot clock starting in the 2019-20 season. The VHSL may follow suit in the next few years.
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Well considering it took 12 years to respond, I am sure the info was helpful. And this person has not been on the site in 6 years.

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The same applies for WCAC boys and girls games in VA (Bishop Ireton, Bishop O'Connell, and Paul VI), as well as for IAC and MAC teams located in Virginia. Richmond Prep teams will also use the shot clock starting in the 2019-20 season. The VHSL may follow suit in the next few years.
Do you have a link or source for that Richmond Prep statement?

I have worked high school basketball in Richmond for the last 6 years and I haven't heard of anything like that coming.

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Do you have a link or source for that Richmond Prep statement?

I have worked high school basketball in Richmond for the last 6 years and I haven't heard of anything like that coming.

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Here is a link to an article about the Prep League shot clock on the Richmond Times-Dispatch website, which appears on the Prep League Sports – Virginia Preparatory League website. It's buried in the 5th paragraph of this article. This is private school basketball, so if you work mostly public school ball, you may not have heard about it. I was also surprised to see this on the internet, because I just randomly Googled "VHSL shot clock" to see if there was interest in Virginia for adopting a shot clock.
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