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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 09:25am
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Rough Play during Jump ball struggle

I'll explain the situation as best I could, A1 shoots ball at their basket and misses, B1 gets rebound and A1 traps her and both girls held ball, and partner blows whistle for jump ball. A1 being a much bigger player and more physical player as they struggle for possesion B1 falls to the ground on her back. From my partners angle it seemed that A1 was just a bit to physical. With that B1 got AP but A1 recieved warning for her physical play. I know that you have to see it to call it, but Please give me your opinion.
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 09:34am
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Not sure what happened in your situation, but if you didn't see A1 strike or push B1 then giving A1 a warning/reminder listen to the whistle in these situations seemed like the appropriate response.
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 09:44am
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This may not be what you meant, REFVA, but I'm seeing this as a "no physical contact" type of play, where both players are holding onto the ball and one is knocked to the ground by the other's attempt to wrest it away.

Since there is no physical contact, there isn't a foul, but could the play be deemed unsporting if the knockdown occurs after the whistle has been blown?

The player who got knocked down should have the sense to let go when she is losing her footing, but the opponent should stop pulling the ball once the whistle has blown. IMO, use your judgment.
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 11:07am
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I'm sure we all have this happen in almost every season. A lot of times this play looks alot worse than it is, just because one player is stronger than the other. What I do, as with all held ball situations, is close down quickly and remind the players to stop moving when they hear the whistle. A nice, calm, "take it easy" helps. I can't think of a situation where I've seen a foul called at this point in the play. I would think if you did have one, it would almost have to be flagrant.
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 11:23am
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I can't think of a situation where I've seen a foul called at this point in the play. I would think if you did have one, it would almost have to be flagrant.
Nope, it would just be a regular ol' unsporting "T".
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 11:53am
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I'm sure we all have this happen in almost every season. A lot of times this play looks alot worse than it is, just because one player is stronger than the other. What I do, as with all held ball situations, is close down quickly and remind the players to stop moving when they hear the whistle. A nice, calm, "take it easy" helps. I can't think of a situation where I've seen a foul called at this point in the play. I would think if you did have one, it would almost have to be flagrant.
Junker, if you call it flagrant that means you have to dump the player from the game. In this situation it looks like a "talk to" IMO
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 12:31pm
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Sorry, I was unclear. I didn't see anything that I would have called a foul in the OP. What I was trying to say was that I can't think of a time when I've seen a foul called in a situation like the OP. I'd be more inclined to talk to players in the OP rather than call a foul. About the only way I would call a foul is if I had a flagrant act while they were wrestling around.
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 12:32pm
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Junker, if you call it flagrant that means you have to dump the player from the game. In this situation it looks like a "talk to" IMO
I couldn't agree more.
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 12:33pm
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Oh, and I almost forgot...a jump ball, in a girls' game! What are the chances?!
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 01:47pm
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Oh, and I almost forgot...a jump ball, in a girls' game! What are the chances?!

Chances are about 20-25 times a game!
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 05:23pm
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The situation as you describe I see as a talk to. Now if she contacts on a elbow or something after the whistle--contact tech. Something verbal afterwards to the other player--tech.
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Chances are about 20-25 times a game!
With no apologies to MTD Sr, the AP arrow is the best rule change in the last 25 years.
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 09:35pm
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Chances are about 20-25 times a game!
You just need to raise better girls. The one ones here in Oregon usually get far fewer....even none is possible.
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 10:31pm
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You just need to raise better girls. The one here in Oregon.....
C'mon Camron. There's a lot more than one!!
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C'mon Camron. There's a lot more than one!!
Oops. A very important and inadvertant typo.
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