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Old Thu Jun 23, 2005, 10:34am
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Last night, a technical foul was assessed at halftime. The kid shoots his two free-throws to start the second half. Then how do we determine who gets the ball? (Assuming the above is the correct procedure.)

1. Team who shot the free-throws
2. Go to possession arrow like the normal start of the second half
3. None of the above
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Old Thu Jun 23, 2005, 10:36am
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Last night, a technical foul was assessed at halftime. The kid shoots his two free-throws to start the second half. Then how do we determine who gets the ball? (Assuming the above is the correct procedure.)

1. Team who shot the free-throws
2. Go to possession arrow like the normal start of the second half
3. None of the above
Go with #3, turn off the lights and everybody goes home.
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Old Thu Jun 23, 2005, 10:43am
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Last night, a technical foul was assessed at halftime. The kid shoots his two free-throws to start the second half. Then how do we determine who gets the ball? (Assuming the above is the correct procedure.)

1. Team who shot the free-throws
2. Go to possession arrow like the normal start of the second half
3. None of the above
FED: #1 (the penalty for a T includes posession of the ball)

NCAA: #2 (after the T, resume at POI), assuming it wasn't a flagrant T or an intentional T (NCAAM only), or excessive TOs (NCAAW only)

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Old Thu Jun 23, 2005, 10:43am
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Last night, a technical foul was assessed at halftime. The kid shoots his two free-throws to start the second half. Then how do we determine who gets the ball? (Assuming the above is the correct procedure.)

1. Team who shot the free-throws
2. Go to possession arrow like the normal start of the second half
3. None of the above
Go with #3, turn off the lights and everybody goes home.
I like that idea, but I don't think it's one of the prescribed mechanics in the book.

Team A is assessed the T, team B shoots 2 free throws to start the half, and team B gets the ball at halfcourt. The arrow does not change, because there is no AP throw-in involved. Team B gets the ball because of the T penalty. So, if the arrow is pointing to B, they will also get the next AP throw-in as well.
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Old Thu Jun 23, 2005, 10:46am
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And, of course, Bob beat me to it - that's for Fed. rules. In NCAA, with POI, you shoot the T, then go to the AP throw-in.

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Old Thu Jun 23, 2005, 11:08am
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Thanks guys. I guess I should have specified I was talking about NFHS rules. Mighty quick also might I add.

The Technical was dished out for the coach yelling, "Go ahead and give me a technical, I don't care." After yelling about a bunch of bad calls. Isn't this just an automatic technical in your book or not?
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Old Thu Jun 23, 2005, 11:16am
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Thanks guys. I guess I should have specified I was talking about NFHS rules. Mighty quick also might I add.

The Technical was dished out for the coach yelling, "Go ahead and give me a technical, I don't care." After yelling about a bunch of bad calls. Isn't this just an automatic technical in your book or not?
Are you admitting that they were bad calls or is that just his words?
Brian, you know you can't make bad calls when there could possibly be a Jr. High Scout in the building looking at those young-uns. I'm guessing they were youngsters if you working on a Wed night. Was this at TPF?
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Old Thu Jun 23, 2005, 12:19pm
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Are you admitting that they were bad calls or is that just his words?
Oh LOL, yeah, those were his words. I thought there was little wrong with my officiating that game.

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Brian, you know you can't make bad calls when there could possibly be a Jr. High Scout in the building looking at those young-uns. I'm guessing they were youngsters if you working on a Wed night. Was this at TPF?
Yeah, it was at TPF. First game was HS JV Boys, I might have called it a bit tight the first 5 minutes still thinking I was in the HS V girls game from the night before, my partner said I was fine though. 1st half foul count was 7-0 at one point and 12-3 at the half, everyone really loved that, let me tell ya. The technical was in an 8G game.

But is a coach literally asking for a technical an automatic technical in your opinion?
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If he yells his demand for the tech, sure. I also like when they ask for the second one!
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Old Thu Jun 23, 2005, 12:59pm
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Last night, a technical foul was assessed at halftime. The kid shoots his two free-throws to start the second half. Then how do we determine who gets the ball? (Assuming the above is the correct procedure.)

1. Team who shot the free-throws
2. Go to possession arrow like the normal start of the second half
3. None of the above
FED: #1 (the penalty for a T includes posession of the ball)

NCAA: #2 (after the T, resume at POI), assuming it wasn't a flagrant T or an intentional T (NCAAM only), or excessive TOs (NCAAW only)

excessive timeouts during halftime? That sure wouldn't be good...
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The Technical was dished out for the coach yelling, "Go ahead and give me a technical, I don't care."
You and your partner should go up to him and have one of you say, "We assume you were talking to both of us", then each of you give him a T.

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Yeah, coach asks for it, DONT give him what he wants.... now if he's acting an absolute monkey and it goes beyond asking for a technical, then yeah, *WHACK* sit down... but if he justs asks for it, let him look like an idiot and embarass himself a little while longer, unless its directly affecting the play or causing the gym to become VERY unfriendly.


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Yeah, coach asks for it, DONT give him what he wants....
I've never been able to understand this idea. I guess I'm not smart enough to know if he wants it or if he's just out of his mind. If he asks for it, I give it to him.

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I thought he was acting like an absolute monkey. He just yelled, "Go ahead and give me the technical!"
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Old Fri Jun 24, 2005, 12:00am
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Yeah, coach asks for it, DONT give him what he wants....
I've never been able to understand this idea. I guess I'm not smart enough to know if he wants it or if he's just out of his mind. If he asks for it, I give it to him.

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I thought he was acting like an absolute monkey. He just yelled, "Go ahead and give me the technical!"
I agree with Chuck, I will always give the coach a technical foul if he wants it.
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Old Fri Jun 24, 2005, 04:38am
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... yelling about a bunch of bad calls.
= automatic technical

That is what you should understand.

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