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Old Thu Jul 07, 2005, 09:38pm
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I just turned this on now.

Seconds left in the qtr, A1 passes into the post & the ball is stolen by B1. As B1 breaks the midcourt line the shot clock goes off (obviously the operator messed up), B1 continues & makes the layup as the buzzer sounds to end the qtr.

Coach A claims the inadvertent shot clock caused his defenders to let up allowing B1 to score. The officials put 1.3 seconds back on the clock.

Is this correct under NBA?
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Old Fri Jul 08, 2005, 12:57pm
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That's a freaky play. What if that happened in the Finals Game 7?
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Old Fri Jul 08, 2005, 01:51pm
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I don't think it's right, but I can't find a play in the casebook, or a direct reference in the rulebook. Just as in HS and NCAA, the shot clock horn does not cause play to stop. I'm not positive, tho.
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Old Fri Jul 08, 2005, 02:53pm
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Just by memory watching other NBA games, I have seen airballs or steals or the defense gets the ball somehow as the shot clock is winding down. The defense has the ball for a second or two and the shot clock goes off. I don't ever remember play being stopped though.....
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Old Fri Jul 08, 2005, 05:41pm
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Old FIBA mechanic when the shot clock went off in error was to immediately whistle and award the ball to the team in control or go to a jump ball with no team control.

Now if the shot goes up, misses the rim, defensive team has control and the play moves forward, then it's a "play on" situation.
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