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Old Sat Feb 07, 2009, 10:58pm
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Delay of game warning

What would be the proper thing to do in this situation?

Just before game starts. Team 1 has 5 on the court and is lined up for the tip. Team 2 is huddling by the free throw line. After my second whistle and "Let's go blue!" They finally broke the huddle and away we went.

If I had to whistle one more time, I was going to issue a DoG warning or tech. Which would be the right way to handle it?
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Old Sat Feb 07, 2009, 11:00pm
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Hmmm. I wonder if you could use RPP for the jump. Good question. I think if they don't comply you can go straight to the tech, but you cannot issue a DOG warning here.
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hmmm. I wonder if you could use rpp for the jump. Good question. I think if they don't comply you can go straight to the tech, but you cannot issue a dog warning here.
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What would be the proper thing to do in this situation?

Just before game starts. Team 1 has 5 on the court and is lined up for the tip. Team 2 is huddling by the free throw line. After my second whistle and "Let's go blue!" They finally broke the huddle and away we went.

If I had to whistle one more time, I was going to issue a DoG warning or tech. Which would be the right way to handle it?
A team technical foul is the proper call in the scenario that you have provided, if you couldn't get them to move it by yelling at them as you did.

The reason is that the team is on the court (so 10-1-5a doesn't apply), but is failing to put a player in their half of the center restraining circle for the jump ball and the official cannot conduct the jump ball until a player takes that position. Therefore, this team is delaying the ball from being made promptly live, per 10-1-5b.
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A team technical foul is the proper call in the scenario that you have provided, if you couldn't get them to move it by yelling at them as you did.

The reason is that the team is on the court (so 10-1-5a doesn't apply), but is failing to put a player in their half of the center restraining circle for the jump ball and the official cannot conduct the jump ball until a player takes that position. Therefore, this team is delaying the ball from being made promptly live, per 10-1-5b.

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Don't forget, though, Team B has to delay the start of the first half by one minute.

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Don't forget, though, Team B has to delay the start of the first half by one minute.

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I'm not forgetting that provision. In fact, I specifically mentioned it in my post; It's 10-1-5a. I simply don't believe that it applies to this case as the team is on the floor. They just aren't taking a required position. It is my understanding that the one full minute delay applies when the team isn't out there. For example, they are still in the locker room.

There is no way that I'm going to give them a whole minute to figure out who is going to be their designated jumper. In my opinion, that is why part b is in the book.
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I'm not forgetting that provision. In fact, I specifically mentioned it in my post; It's 10-1-5a. I simply don't believe that it applies to this case as the team is on the floor. They just aren't taking a required position. It is my understanding that the one full minute delay applies when the team isn't out there. For example, they are still in the locker room.

There is no way that I'm going to give them a whole minute to figure out who is going to be their designated jumper. In my opinion, that is why part b is in the book.

I agree.
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There is no way that I'm going to give them a whole minute to figure out who is going to be their designated jumper.
If they can't figure out who's going to jump, you decide for them. Choose the shortest, heaviest player, especially if he's wearing a knee brace.

They'll get the message.
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