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Old Thu Dec 06, 2007, 01:20pm
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Thumbs up intentional foul

Player A intentionally fouls player B on an attempt.
1-ball goes in basket - count the bucket two shots and the ball back
2-ball does not go in basket - two shots and the ball back

Player A intentionally fouls player B away from the basket, no attempt,
not in the bonus
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Player A intentionally fouls player B away from the basket, team in the bonus
no attempt
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Player A intentionally fouls player B in the back court, team B in the bonus
no attempt
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Player A intentionally fouls player B in the back court, team B not in the bous, no attempt
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How many shots (if any)
where does the ball get put back in play

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Old Thu Dec 06, 2007, 01:24pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by observer
Player A intentionally fouls player B on an attempt.
1-ball goes in basket - count the bucket two shots and the ball back
2-ball does not go in basket - two shots and the ball back

Player A intentionally fouls player B away from the basket, no attempt,
not in the bonus
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Player A intentionally fouls player B away from the basket, team in the bonus
no attempt
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Player A intentionally fouls player B in the back court, team B in the bonus
no attempt
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Player A intentionally fouls player B in the back court, team B not in the bous, no attempt
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How many shots (if any)
where does the ball get put back in play

help me by filling in the blanks
Rulebook 10-6 Penalties 4.
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Old Thu Dec 06, 2007, 01:24pm
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I'll take a shot at it, as a newbie to this side.

To be technical, you have not indicted an "intentional foul". You have only told us he did it intentionally. But anyway...

2 shots for all of them, ball gets put back in play at spot where the foul occurred - counts as a team foul as well.
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Old Thu Dec 06, 2007, 01:26pm
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I'll take a shot at it, as a newbie to this side.

To be technical, you have not indicted an "intentional foul". You have only told us he did it intentionally. But anyway...

2 shots for all of them, ball gets put back in play at spot where the foul occurred - counts as a team foul as well.
There's only one exception to the intentional foul penalty, and he didn't ask about that sitch! It's an attempted 3-point shot that doesn't fall. In that case, the penalty is 3 shots and the ball back.
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Old Thu Dec 06, 2007, 01:26pm
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Intentional Fouls are enforced at the closest spot of the foul after you shoot the free throws.
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Old Thu Dec 06, 2007, 01:27pm
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Count any made basket, 2 FTs & the ball OOB at the spot nearest to the foul
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Old Thu Dec 06, 2007, 01:37pm
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Remember - unlike a technical, the fouled player must take the free throws, unless injured, then his/her substitute takes them. Oh yeah - the lane is always cleared for the shots.

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Old Thu Dec 06, 2007, 01:39pm
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... and if a sub takes the shots, the 'injured' player must stay out of the game until after time has come off of the clock after the throw-in. Right?
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Old Thu Dec 06, 2007, 02:36pm
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... and if a sub takes the shots, the 'injured' player must stay out of the game until after time has come off of the clock after the throw-in. Right?
Correct.

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Old Thu Dec 06, 2007, 02:40pm
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Correct.

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Old Thu Dec 06, 2007, 06:05pm
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Intentional Fouls are enforced at the closest spot of the foul after you shoot the free throws.
Just to clarify....

Intentional personal fouls have a throw-in at the closest spot to the foul. Intentional technical fouls always have a throw-in at center opposite the table, as do all technical fouls.
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Old Fri Dec 07, 2007, 12:15pm
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Just to clarify....

Intentional personal fouls have a throw-in at the closest spot to the foul. Intentional technical fouls always have a throw-in at center opposite the table, as do all technical fouls.
You are right. I was not considering a dead ball situation.
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Old Mon Dec 10, 2007, 05:30am
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Remember - unlike a technical, the fouled player must take the free throws, unless injured, then his/her substitute takes them.
And if no substitutes are available?

(for the newbies )
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And if no substitutes are available?

(for the newbies )
Oooo Oooo, I know this one
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Old Mon Dec 10, 2007, 09:05am
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And if no substitutes are available?

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