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Old Wed Apr 01, 2009, 11:42am
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kicked ball?

If a player unintentionally hits the ball with his leg or foot, is that a kicked ball violation? If A1 throws a pass and it hits off B1's leg or foot while B1's foot is on the floor and B1 has made no effort to stop the ball with his leg or foot, that is not a violation, as I understand it. But what if its the same situation, but B1 has jumped (but has still not purposefully moved his leg to hit the ball)?

What if there is a loose ball and A1 in making a normal running motion, and making no intentional effort to hit the ball with his leg, strikes the ball with his shin or knee, is that a violation?

What if A1 throws a pass to A2 and the pass hits A2's foot or leg before any other part of the body, is that a violation?

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Old Wed Apr 01, 2009, 11:44am
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If a player unintentionally hits the ball with his leg or foot, is that a kicked ball violation? If A1 throws a pass and it hits off B1's leg or foot while B1's foot is on the floor and B1 has made no effort to stop the ball with his leg or foot, that is not a violation, as I understand it. But what if its the same situation, but B1 has jumped (but has still not purposefully moved his leg to hit the ball)?

What if there is a loose ball and A1 in making a normal running motion, and making no intentional effort to hit the ball with his leg, strikes the ball with his shin or knee, is that a violation?

What if A1 throws a pass to A2 and the pass hits A2's foot or leg before any other part of the body, is that a violation?

Thanks in advance.
The main criteria for calling a kicking violation is the word intentional.
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drmarcus - if you look at the very bottom of this page you will see some "Similar Threads" which have other questions and scenarios, points of view, and comments on this same subject with sometimes a slightly different twist - or not.

Reviewing these threads is another good way to expand your knowledge of the subject.

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Old Wed Apr 01, 2009, 12:06pm
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Your question reminds me of a song by Bread in the 70's called "If".
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Old Wed Apr 01, 2009, 12:24pm
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Your question reminds me of a song by Bread in the 70's called "If".
Ahhh the good old days. That album by Bread was the quintessential make out album.
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Ahhh the good old days. That album by Bread was the quintessential make out album.
No, that would be Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite album released in 1909 by Odeon Records. I remember listening to it while making out with actress Clara Bow in the back seat of my Stanley Steamer. Ahhhh - the good old days.
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I remember listening to it while making out with actress Clara Bow in the back seat of my Stanley Steamer.
What's so romantic about this?
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If a player unintentionally hits the ball with his leg or foot, is that a kicked ball violation? If A1 throws a pass and it hits off B1's leg or foot while B1's foot is on the floor and B1 has made no effort to stop the ball with his leg or foot, that is not a violation, as I understand it. But what if its the same situation, but B1 has jumped (but has still not purposefully moved his leg to hit the ball)?

What if there is a loose ball and A1 in making a normal running motion, and making no intentional effort to hit the ball with his leg, strikes the ball with his shin or knee, is that a violation?

What if A1 throws a pass to A2 and the pass hits A2's foot or leg before any other part of the body, is that a violation?

Thanks in advance.

Heard this at some point and it rang true to me. Did the ball hit the player's leg or did the player's leg hit the ball? Answer that question and you'll know if you have a violation or not.
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The soap and hoses. Never mind.
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Ahhh the good old days. That album by Bread was the quintessential make out album.
I had it on 8-track. No kidding, unfortunately.
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I had it on 8-track. No kidding, unfortunately.
I had the Nutcracker album on my gramophone. No kidding, unfortunately.

BTW - that album is generally considered the first "album" ever made.
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If a player unintentionally hits the ball with his leg or foot, is that a kicked ball violation? If A1 throws a pass and it hits off B1's leg or foot while B1's foot is on the floor and B1 has made no effort to stop the ball with his leg or foot, that is not a violation, as I understand it. But what if its the same situation, but B1 has jumped (but has still not purposefully moved his leg to hit the ball)?

What if there is a loose ball and A1 in making a normal running motion, and making no intentional effort to hit the ball with his leg, strikes the ball with his shin or knee, is that a violation?

What if A1 throws a pass to A2 and the pass hits A2's foot or leg before any other part of the body, is that a violation?

Thanks in advance.
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I had it on 8-track. No kidding, unfortunately.
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I had the Nutcracker album on my gramophone. No kidding, unfortunately.
My first album was Billy Joel's first solo album Cold Spring Harbor (1971) and my dog, Elke, ate most of the cover.....bit%$! I still have it too!

No kidding, unfortunately.
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My dog, Elke, ate most of the cover, bit%$
It's not a swear word when your refer to a female dog. The filter should let it through.
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Ahhh the good old days. That album by Bread was the quintessential make out album.
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