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Old Thu Apr 05, 2001, 11:52am
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Old Thu Apr 05, 2001, 01:47pm
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Hey AK ref SE

Don't you mean long nights?
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Old Thu Apr 05, 2001, 01:50pm
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Not if it's a legal screen. But too many illegal screens are missed because many officials don't officiate off the ball.

But I think this is a slightly different issue. Many officials, coaches, players and fans are of the mindset that the ball is loose and a player can do anything to get to it.

But that's only in football.
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I am glad to read(hear) another official say that many officials dont officiate off the ball! In my pregame I politely touch on calling out of your area into your partners area by saying,"we shouldnt have a double whistle, but if we do..it should be taken by whoever the play is coming at". I have had officials call from the lead postition to the opposite corner in front of me. How pissed off do you think I was. There are usually two ways the coach nearest handles it. Didn't you see that? or What is he/she doing calling that from up there.
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Old Thu Apr 05, 2001, 01:53pm
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Old Thu Apr 05, 2001, 02:08pm
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A good, short statement to use in your pregame is "Call in your area, be sure outside of it." In a nutshell, if you are going to call something in your partner's area, you better be right.

As far as getting upset if someone does call in your area, I wouldn't sweat it. We have all been bailed out before by a partner that saw something we didn't. Of course I'm not talking about halfway across the court as you mentioned, but mainly in those gray areas such as the paint or near the FT line extended.

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Old Thu Apr 05, 2001, 11:43pm
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does it matter if either player is moving his feet? For example, could that be considered travelling?
It does if both players ae members of the same team!
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