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Old Fri Dec 19, 2008, 03:32pm
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Question #38
I cannot find the ruling on this in rule book, officials manual, case book.

While a player is attempting the free throws awarded for a technical
foul, the other nine players must be behind the division line, in the
offended team's backcourt?
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Old Fri Dec 19, 2008, 03:34pm
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You know why?

Because there is no current rule to that effect.
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Question #38
I cannot find the ruling on this in rule book, officials manual, case book.

While a player is attempting the free throws awarded for a technical
foul, the other nine players must be behind the division line, in the
offended team's backcourt?
What does the rule book say about player positions during free throws?
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You know why?

Because there is no current rule to that effect.
To my knowledge, extending back at least 40 years, there has never existed such a provision.

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To my knowledge, extending back at least 40 years, there has never existed such a provision.

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1) I assume that we are discussing an exam published by the NFHS.

2) The OhioHSAA uses the NFHS Basketball Rules Exam I (both Rules and Mechanics exams) for its final exam to pass the mandatory officiating class to become a Class 2 basketball official. These exams are given as an open book exams (I don't know why it is given as an open book exam; it is my opinion it should be a closed book exam but that is the subject of another discussion).

3) The OhioHSAA uses the NFHS Basketball Rules Exam II (both Rules and Mechanics exams) for its final exam to pass the mandatory Class 2 to Class 1 exam. This exam is given as a closed book exam.

4) Even though the OhioHSAA is a 100% member of the NFHS National Officials Association, because of Items 1 and 2 above, OhioHSAA registered officials are denied access by the NFHS to these exams which are also posted online.

Therefore if somebody would like to post Question #38, I will gladly bloviate about it.

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Therefore if somebody would like to post Question #38, I will gladly bloviate about it.

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Question #38
I cannot find the ruling on this in rule book, officials manual, case book.

While a player is attempting the free throws awarded for a technical
foul, the other nine players must be behind the division line, in the
offended team's backcourt?
We'll even stand for some pontification if you can see fit
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Somebody speculated recently that this is the most widely held myth in basketball. I agree. The other nine need only be behind the three point line and the free throw line extended.
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Somebody speculated recently that this is the most widely held myth in basketball. I agree. The other nine need only be behind the three point line and the free throw line extended.
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That was you? Hmmmm, I seem to have overstated things a bit.
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Please tell what Question #38 says!

Will somebody please post the infamous NFHS Exam Question #38 please?

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Will somebody please post the infamous NFHS Exam Question #38 please?

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Psssst, Mark. See post #1 on this thread.
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Question #38
I cannot find the ruling on this in rule book, officials manual, case book.

While a player is attempting the free throws awarded for a technical
foul, the other nine players must be behind the division line, in the
offended team's backcourt?
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Will somebody please post the infamous NFHS Exam Question #38 please?

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Psssst, Mark. See post #1 on this thread.

OK Here's the answer in plain simple English: "They ain't gotta be behind no stinkin' division line 'cause thare ain't no blasted rule that says they hast be there!"
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