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Old Thu Jan 21, 2010, 04:47pm
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A Pass to Yourself

I know this had probably been discussed before here, but I was asked this today and am looking for an answer

- A1 receives a pass. He then throws the ball over his defender and then catches it (before hitting the ground). Is this legal? What if he starts a dribble after catching?
- Same situation but A1 ends a dribble then throws the ball over the defender and catches it. Legal?

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Old Thu Jan 21, 2010, 05:04pm
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Violation if he moves his pivot foot prior to catching the ball.
Case 4.44.3D is the exact play.
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