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Old Wed Aug 16, 2006, 09:36pm
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Few questions

1)I was playin in our school summer league game and i got on a break 1-2
i got 2 defenders on me so i throw it up off back backboard n then dunked it
(9'8) rims n got called for a tech for hanging on rim, now was that a legal call?
i dunked n let go.

2)i came down court did a spin move (toke 2 steps) then threw it off back board n lay'd it up n got called for a travel, was that a legit call?

3) A1 was comin full speed down me B-2 was comin full speed other side
a1 jump i jump n kinda cut in front off him a1 proceed to dunk right b4 the ball hit rim n i was called for a goaltend n i swatted ball n was the reason ball hit rim.........
i argued with ref he tossed me n i threw ball at him
we also wond up losin that game cause of those crappy calls 66-65

4) is there a website for me to view new jersey high school basketball champs from like 90-91 season? n tyvm
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Old Wed Aug 16, 2006, 09:52pm
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1)I was playin in our school summer league game and i got on a break 1-2
i got 2 defenders on me so i throw it up off back backboard n then dunked it
(9'8) rims n got called for a tech for hanging on rim, now was that a legal call?
i dunked n let go.

2)i came down court did a spin move (toke 2 steps) then threw it off back board n lay'd it up n got called for a travel, was that a legit call?

3) A1 was comin full speed down me B-2 was comin full speed other side
a1 jump i jump n kinda cut in front off him a1 proceed to dunk right b4 the ball hit rim n i was called for a goaltend n i swatted ball n was the reason ball hit rim.........
i argued with ref he tossed me n i threw ball at him
we also wond up losin that game cause of those crappy calls 66-65

4) is there a website for me to view new jersey high school basketball champs from like 90-91 season? n tyvm
Well, I had to go to my English/Gibberish dictionary, but I think that I figgered out what he's asking....

1) Grabbing the ring on a dunk is an automatic "T".

2) If you took 2 steps on your spin move without dribbling, it sounds like you travelled. Can't really tell without seeing it, but I usually take the word of an official who knows the rules over a player who obviously doesn't.

3) If you threw a ball at an official, your azz should be out of that league permanently. You're also lucky that charges weren't laid if you hit him with the ball. That's usually automatic. Not too smart a move.....

4) Um, this is an official's web site, not a players. Most of us could really care less about NJ high school ball, except from an official's standpoint.
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Old Wed Aug 16, 2006, 10:16pm
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Marquise,

First of all welcome to the board. I see you've met our ambassador of goodwill and public relations officer. I assume he has answered your questions satisfactorily.

However, I will take exception with one thing our Jurrasic friend said, and maybe this will help you, maybe it won't.

JR said:
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Most of us could really care less about NJ high school ball, except from an official's standpoint.
That is simply an incorrect statement. The truth of the matter is that most of us could not care less. To say it his way gives the impression that some of us may care somewhat. That is misleading.
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Old Wed Aug 16, 2006, 11:00pm
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"However, I will take exception with one thing our Jurrasic friend said, and maybe this will help you, maybe it won't. "

So Ray, as long as we're picking at nits, you should probably spell "Jurassic" correctly. But I know that his patience and warm cordiality will certainly overlook the slight.
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"However, I will take exception with one thing our Jurrasic friend said, and maybe this will help you, maybe it won't. "

So Ray, as long as we're picking at nits, you should probably spell "Jurassic" correctly. But I know that his patience and warm cordiality will certainly overlook the slight.
I was simply using the Olde English spelling, which he is very familiar with as that's how he spelled it when he was at school.
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Marquise,

First of all welcome to the board. I see you've met our ambassador of goodwill and public relations officer. I assume he has answered your questions satisfactorily.
Not to me.

When did it become an automatic T to grab the rim on a dunk?
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Old Thu Aug 17, 2006, 07:41am
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Not to me.

When did it become an automatic T to grab the rim on a dunk?
As soon as I found out that he threw a ball at a referee....

By strict reading of the rule, it is an automatic "T" to grasp the ring except if the grasping was done to prevent an injury.

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As soon as I found out that he threw a ball at a referee....
Well that's a horse of a different color...

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By strict reading of the rule, it is an automatic "T" to grasp the ring except if the grasping was done to prevent an injury.
I aint the sharpest knife in the drawer but AFAIK something can't be automatic if there's an exception.

Maybe we need to ask mr annoying semantics guy to chime in...nah, let's not
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Old Thu Aug 17, 2006, 08:01am
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we also wond up losin that game cause of those crappy calls 66-65
In that case, the official was wrong. Your opponents should not have been awarded 66 points for the rules violations.
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Old Thu Aug 17, 2006, 09:22am
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Maybe we need to ask mr annoying semantics guy to chime in...nah, let's not
Good idea....he's still trying to clean his underwear from yesterday anyway.
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Old Thu Aug 17, 2006, 09:38am
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Good idea....he's still trying to clean his underwear from yesterday anyway.
Probably
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In that case, the official was wrong. Your opponents should not have been awarded 66 points for the rules violations.
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Well that's a horse of a different color...



I aint the sharpest knife in the drawer but AFAIK something can't be automatic if there's an exception.

Maybe we need to ask mr annoying semantics guy to chime in...nah, let's not
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Old Thu Aug 17, 2006, 06:09pm
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Yip. Never say never; never says always.
Agree, I never say that.
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I would also like to add one small observation that my esteemed colleagues have missed so far.
Rather than asking all these refs for their opinions, so that they can poo all over you (they just protect each other), talk to someone who can REALLY help you.
Call 866-437-7445, and you will get all the help you need.
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