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Old Mon Nov 30, 2009, 10:44am
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Technical Foul - shooter

My apologies if this has been recently covered.

Team B is assessed a technical foul. Team A brings in A1 to shoot the technicals. Must he/she remain in the game when the ball is put in play, or, can he/she check right back out after shooting?

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Old Mon Nov 30, 2009, 10:48am
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My apologies if this has been recently covered.

Team B is assessed a technical foul. Team A brings in A1 to shoot the technicals. Must he/she remain in the game when the ball is put in play, or, can he/she check right back out after shooting?

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There are no "special" substitution rules regarding a T. So, can a player who enters the game leave before the clock has started?
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Old Mon Nov 30, 2009, 11:11am
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Just remember, there are no rules stipulating a player must stay in the game, but there are rules stipulating players must remain out of the game.
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Old Mon Nov 30, 2009, 01:18pm
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So much for the Socratic method, Bob.
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So much for the Socratic method, Bob.
I thought the Socratic method went out with "Monty python and the Holy Grail". That "burn the witch" scene shot the whole Socratic thought process all to heck!
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I thought the Socratic method went out with "Monty python and the Holy Grail". That "burn the witch" scene shot the whole Socratic thought process all to heck!
One of the funniest comic bits, ever. Right up there with "Who's on first?"
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Old Mon Nov 30, 2009, 05:24pm
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There are no "special" substitution rules regarding a T. So, can a player who enters the game leave before the clock has started?
Yes.


To add to this a bit...
Can the player that the sub came in for to shoot the T, come back in after the free-throws are completed but before the ball is throw-in? In other words before a tick has come off the clock?
If there are no special substitution rules during a T, then I say no.
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Old Mon Nov 30, 2009, 05:30pm
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Old Mon Nov 30, 2009, 05:30pm
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Yes.


To add to this a bit...
Can the player that the sub came in for to shoot the T, come back in after the free-throws are completed but before the ball is throw-in? In other words before a tick has come off the clock?
If there are no special substitution rules during a T, then I say no.
I think you answered your own question.

As BillyMac has taught us: don't have to play a tick, must sit a tick.

You are correct. Time must come off the clock before the player may re-enter.
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Must sit a tick.
...with the rare exception for teams with less than five players due to an injury.
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...with the rare exception for teams with less than five players due to an injury.
....or DQ.
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Any Type Of Citation Would Help ???

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....or DQ.
Interesting. Are you sure (he asked politely)?
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Interesting. Are you sure (he asked politely)?
Since the ruling case/interp on this works on the premise that it's more important to have five on the court than to make a player sit until the clock runs, I see no reason not to apply it to a DQ situation as well.
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Since the ruling case/interp on this works on the premise that it's more important to have five on the court than to make a player sit until the clock runs, I see no reason not to apply it to a DQ situation as well.
I had heard, I believe on this Forum, an explanation similar to yours, but it was limited to an injured player. It seems like a rational extrapolation of what I previously heard, but, I would still like to see some type of citation, for BOTH the injury scenario, and the disqualified scenario.
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