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Old Wed Mar 14, 2001, 07:35pm
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I know it is there, I just don't have my rule book with me...can someone help? When team A throws the ball in bounds....and no one touches it....it then goes out of bounds....where do we put the ball back in play. I know it is from the spot of the original throw in .... but where is it in the rule book.
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Old Wed Mar 14, 2001, 09:28pm
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It is a throw-in violation, as per 9-2-2. The penalty is award the ball to opponents at spot closest to violation. In this case, the violation is the failure to throw the ball so that it is touched on the court by another player - the inbounder commits the violation, so the ball is given to the opponents at the same spot.

This violation is equivalent to any other violation by the inbounding player*, such as stepping on or over the line.

*The proprietary, non-official terms inbounding player and inbounder are used as a courtesy to Mick so he won't thrower up!
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Old Wed Mar 14, 2001, 11:19pm
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It is a throw-in violation, as per 9-2-2. The penalty is award the ball to opponents at spot closest to violation. In this case, the violation is the failure to throw the ball so that it is touched on the court by another player - the inbounder commits the violation, so the ball is given to the opponents at the same spot.

This violation is equivalent to any other violation by the inbounding player*, such as stepping on or over the line.

*The proprietary, non-official terms inbounding player and inbounder are used as a courtesy to Mick so he won't thrower up!
That's "so he won't thrower U. P.!"
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Old Wed Mar 14, 2001, 11:31pm
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I thought the thrower U.P. happens when the guy tosses it.
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Old Thu Mar 15, 2001, 08:06am
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Thrower U.P. (n) a snowmobiler or ice fisherman who had a few too many warmer U.P.s
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Old Thu Mar 15, 2001, 08:38am
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Thrower U.P. (n) a snowmobiler or ice fisherman who had a few too many warmer U.P.s
n. Any Yooper who knows how to make room for more.
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Old Thu Mar 15, 2001, 09:58am
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Geeze guys, I'm trying to finish my egg sandwich here!
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Old Thu Mar 15, 2001, 12:12pm
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Geeze guys, I'm trying to finish my egg sandwich here!
Although many of the yoopers are of Nordic descent, I'm not sure how many of them are Finnish.
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Old Thu Mar 15, 2001, 12:54pm
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Geeze guys, I'm trying to finish my egg sandwich here!
Please don't bring U.P. your meal
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Old Thu Mar 15, 2001, 12:59pm
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Geeze guys, I'm trying to finish my egg sandwich here!
Although many of the yoopers are of Nordic descent, I'm not sure how many of them are Finnish.
Bob,
There could be 25% that can Finnish an egg sandwich.
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