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Old Fri Jun 18, 2010, 03:28am
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Has this rule changed?

NFHS allows a TO to be granted if a player has posession of the ball and in the aire going OOB.

However, NCAA and NBA do not.

Is this correct?
Yes that is correct. Unless something I missed this year the rule has not changed.

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Old Fri Jun 18, 2010, 08:18am
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Yes that is correct. Unless something I missed this year the rule has not changed.

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Even though half of the high school coaches in the country think you can't call a time-out when your airborne out of bounds...it is still legal in NFHS!
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Old Fri Jun 18, 2010, 08:56am
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NFHS allows a TO to be granted if a player has posession of the ball and in the aire going OOB.

However, NCAA and NBA do not.

Is this correct?
Michael Jordan would be proud.......

Not that I should be writing as I have been corrected numerous times on this Forum by the folks that JR alludes to.......
and I'm sure I'll be caught again!
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Old Fri Jun 18, 2010, 10:09am
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Michael Jordan would be proud.......

Not that I should be writing as I have been corrected numerous times on this Forum by the folks that JR alludes to.......
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...by the folks to whom JR alludes...
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Old Fri Jun 18, 2010, 10:20am
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Poor Grune...you cannot catch a break from the grammar and spelling police.
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Old Fri Jun 18, 2010, 11:07am
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Even though half of the high school coaches in the country think you can't call a time-out when your airborne out of bounds...it is still legal in NFHS!
Actually, the percentage is 76.2% according to the latest figures released by the Immortal Dave Foundation.
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Old Fri Jun 18, 2010, 06:10pm
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What is the NCAA rule regarding this? NBA?
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Old Fri Jun 18, 2010, 06:20pm
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What is the NCAA rule regarding this? NBA?
Here are both codes:

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NCAA:

Rule 5 Scoring and Timing Regulations
Section 12. Timeouts Not Granted

Art. 1. No timeouts shall be granted:

c. To a player or coach when an airborne player’s momentum is carrying him/her out of bounds or into the backcourt.
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Rule No. 5-Scoring and Timing
Section VII-Timeout Requests


e. A player shall not be granted any timeout if both of his feet are in the air and any part of his body has broken the vertical plane of the boundary line. This rule also applies to the midcourt line except during throw-ins in the last two minutes of the fourth or any overtime period.
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Old Fri Jun 18, 2010, 06:32pm
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NBA:
Rule No. 5-Scoring and Timing
Section VII-Timeout Requests

e. A player shall not be granted any timeout if both of his feet are in the air and any part of his body has broken the vertical plane of the boundary line. This rule also applies to the midcourt line except during throw-ins in the last two minutes of the fourth or any overtime period.
Does this mean a coach could be granted a timeout in this situation?
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Old Sat Jun 26, 2010, 06:34am
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All players at the time of the time-out call must return to play unless an ..... An airborne player retains in-bounds or out-of-bounds status until.
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