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Old Mon Jan 09, 2006, 10:52pm
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Our association has a disagreement over the correct interpretation of the following delay of game scenario:

A1 violates the OOB Plane and the official issues a delay of game warning recorded in the book and verbalized to the coach. A2 later scores and then knocks the ball as it comes through the net. Is this a technical foul for the second event or does there have to be two warnings for the same type of violation? 10-1-4d says "after the warning for this delay."
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Old Mon Jan 09, 2006, 11:03pm
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Our association has a disagreement over the correct interpretation of the following delay of game scenario:

A1 violates the OOB Plane and the official issues a delay of game warning recorded in the book and verbalized to the coach. A2 later scores and then knocks the ball as it comes through the net. Is this a technical foul for the second event or does there have to be two warnings for the same type of violation? 10-1-4d says "after the warning for this delay."
Give a warning for the plane violation. Next plane violation --> T
Give another warning for interfering with the ball after a score. Next scored ball interference --> T
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Old Mon Jan 09, 2006, 11:33pm
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Agreed.

Juulie once had a real good post about these types of issues.
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Old Tue Jan 10, 2006, 01:08am
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As mick said - separate warnings & subsequent T's for each type of delay.
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Old Tue Jan 10, 2006, 01:15am
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As mick said - separate warnings & subsequent T's for each type of delay.
I agree.
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Old Tue Jan 10, 2006, 01:25am
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Agreed.

Juulie once had a real good post about these types of issues.
Post? Heck it was a whole series on the paid side, of 10 articles that went over about four months. That series in itself is worth the $50 annual subscription, since all their articles from past years are available to all subscribers. But that's not the only thing on there! More recently, I wrote another series about correctable errors that's really juicy, and there was an article a year ago about 3 seconds that was picked up by a National Rules Committee in Germany, and is now in their official rule book, which feels weird to me since the article wasn't about FIBA.

I guess that's enough tooting of my own horn.
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