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Old Fri Dec 12, 2008, 09:41am
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Throw in spot

Thrower is inbounding the ball from the division line. He/she throws it over the head of their teammate, the ball bounces on the court and continues toward the end line. As it is going out-of-bounds untouched, the teammate of the thrower tries to make a save but is out-of-bounds when they make contact with the ball. Is this a return to the original throw in spot as in 9-2-2 or is it a throw in at the spot where the teammate caused it to be out-of-bounds, as in 9-3-1?
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Old Fri Dec 12, 2008, 09:47am
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Thrower is inbounding the ball from the division line. He/she throws it over the head of their teammate, the ball bounces on the court and continues toward the end line. As it is going out-of-bounds untouched, the teammate of the thrower tries to make a save but is out-of-bounds when they make contact with the ball. Is this a return to the original throw in spot as in 9-2-2 or is it a throw in at the spot where the teammate caused it to be out-of-bounds, as in 9-3-1?
Where the teammate touched it.
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Old Fri Dec 12, 2008, 09:51am
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Is this a return to the original throw in spot as in 9-2-2 or is it a throw in at the spot where the teammate caused it to be out-of-bounds, as in 9-3-1?
You've answered your own question.
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Old Fri Dec 12, 2008, 09:52am
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Thrower is inbounding the ball from the division line. He/she throws it over the head of their teammate, the ball bounces on the court and continues toward the end line. As it is going out-of-bounds untouched, the teammate of the thrower tries to make a save but is out-of-bounds when they make contact with the ball. Is this a return to the original throw in spot as in 9-2-2 or is it a throw in at the spot where the teammate caused it to be out-of-bounds, as in 9-3-1?
The latter. Know who violated. The inbounder did not violate any rules.
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