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Old Tue Jan 25, 2005, 02:12pm
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Hi all!

This may look like a stupid question but it's not completely clear in my mind...

What's the difference between a player-control and a team-control fouls? Regarding the hand signal? the administrative impact (team fouls count, etc.)? anything else?

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Old Tue Jan 25, 2005, 02:43pm
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Team control is an NCAA women's mechanic and it is signified with a fist punch. It is treated the same way as a PC foul, no bonus free-throws awarded.
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Old Tue Jan 25, 2005, 02:54pm
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Hi all!

This may look like a stupid question but it's not completely clear in my mind...

What's the difference between a player-control and a team-control fouls? Regarding the hand signal? the administrative impact (team fouls count, etc.)? anything else?

Thanks!
There really isn't a difference between the two...both count towards the bonus, but neither involve free throws (as AAR said)...as far as the "definition", a PC foul is committed by the player in control of the ball, while a TC foul is committed by any other member of the team in control of the ball - illegal screens, etc...
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Old Tue Jan 25, 2005, 09:20pm
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Thank you guys for your answers. I was just wondering if PC and TC fouls had a different impact on the game.
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Old Tue Jan 25, 2005, 09:56pm
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Hi all!

This may look like a stupid question but it's not completely clear in my mind...

What's the difference between a player-control and a team-control fouls? Regarding the hand signal? the administrative impact (team fouls count, etc.)? anything else?

Thanks!

By definition, NCAA Men's/Women's and FIBA rules:

A team control foul is a common foul committed by a player when his team is in control of the ball and by extension a player control foul is a team control foul committed by a player in control of the ball.

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Old Tue Jan 25, 2005, 10:53pm
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Team control is an NCAA women's mechanic and it is signified with a fist punch. It is treated the same way as a PC foul, no bonus free-throws awarded.
The rule is the same on the Men's side.

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Old Wed Jan 26, 2005, 07:42am
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The signal for a team control foul in a Men's game is the same signal for a player control foul. It isn't a punch in the opposite direction.
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