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Old Fri Feb 10, 2006, 03:45pm
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Okay, so here is the situation with an upcoming game.

A NJCAA (NCAA Rule Book) team is coming into town with six players on its bench.

What if this team has two players disqualified either via foul-out or disqualification.

I was once told that the player to receive his/her 5th foul, would not be disqualified, but rather a team technical foul is called.

Can somebody elaborate on this subject in which is very fuzzy for me.
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Old Fri Feb 10, 2006, 04:29pm
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Welcome to the forum, steve33.
Nothing fuzzy there.

After the start of a game with 5 players, each team may continue to play with fewer than five players when all other squad members are not eligible to play. [NCAA 3-1-1,2]
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Old Sun Feb 12, 2006, 09:26pm
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This was posted several weeks ago (except in that scenario it was a T every time the DQ player fouled): in high school and college (NCAA), there is NO stipulation that allows for a disqualified player to continue playing.

I have no idea where this nonsense originated.
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Old Sun Feb 12, 2006, 10:07pm
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This was posted several weeks ago (except in that scenario it was a T every time the DQ player fouled): in high school and college (NCAA), there is NO stipulation that allows for a disqualified player to continue playing.

I have no idea where this nonsense originated.
NBA. Have to have 5 players in the NBA, and if that necessitates using a DQd player, then every foul called against that DQd player results in a T.
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Old Mon Feb 13, 2006, 02:27am
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http://compuserve.nba.com/media/rule_book_2005-06.pdf

See page 6 for the NBA interpretation.

For highschool and NCAA, if the player gets his/her 5th foul, then automatic disqualification. If in the judgment of the officials the team has a chance to win, then you could go all the way down to 1 player.
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Old Mon Feb 13, 2006, 02:28am
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http://compuserve.nba.com/media/rule_book_2005-06.pdf

See page 6 for the NBA interpretation.

For highschool and NCAA, if the player gets his/her 5th foul, then automatic disqualification. If in the judgment of the officials the team has a chance to win, then you could go all the way down to 1 player.
For clarification. The official's judgment only comes into play when they get down to one player. All the way down to 2, you keep playing regardless.
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