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Old Wed Dec 22, 2010, 02:09pm
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Change the rule on remaining OOB after the throwin is released to be a violation instead of a T...and just give it a time limit of 3 seconds after the release that they have to be inbounds. It doesn't matter if they run across the court in that time, just as long as they get in.
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Old Wed Dec 22, 2010, 02:32pm
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Simplify the backcourt violation rules
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Old Wed Dec 22, 2010, 02:48pm
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Coaches calling timeouts while play is live on the court.
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I would say no timeouts even if the ball is dead if the clock is running.
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Huh?
What? He says no coach timeouts while the ball is live. I say it should also include when the ball is dead if the clock is running. What do you not understand?
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Old Wed Dec 22, 2010, 03:06pm
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not grant a hc's time out request unless the ball is dead and the clock is stopped. I'd settle for unless the ball is dead, but would prefer both dead ball and stopped clock.
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Simplify the backcourt violation rules
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Get rid of that stupid BC interp. I'd be satisfied with that.
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1) Drop 30s and fulls and go with five 45s

2) Go to two 16-min halves
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What? He says no coach timeouts while the ball is live. I say it should also include when the ball is dead if the clock is running. What do you not understand?
Other than on a made basket for the purposes of the correctable errors, when is that? You will never get coaches to agree with that one because they need those TOs to extend the game.
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Get rid of that stupid BC interp. I'd be satisfied with that.
Me, too. Perhaps a change in the team control aspect.
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Coaches calling timeouts while play is live on the court.
I don't get it. You mean you want coaches to be able to call timeouts now?
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Old Wed Dec 22, 2010, 04:32pm
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Whoa, you may want to re-think that one, chseagle. The idea of a warm-up is to warm up. It's not only to get into game mode but it's a safety factor. That's why officials warm-up before a game also.
Ok how about instead of 20 minute warm-ups, make the warm-up period 10 minutes (9 minutes to warm-up with the 1 minute to huddle)? With during halftime, the teams getting 5 minutes to talk (in locker room) & 4 minutes to warm-up (With the 1 minute still to huddle).

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Wait, the officials are supposed to warm up? ... oh, you mean the floor officials! Well, that makes more sense...
Anytime exercise is involved a person is supposed to do warm-ups to help the body prepare. I actually do some finger stretching & other arm movements beforehand.
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I actually do some finger stretching & other arm movements beforehand.
You mean before dates?
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Old Wed Dec 22, 2010, 04:35pm
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Ok how about instead of 20 minute warm-ups, make the warm-up period 10 minutes (9 minutes to warm-up with the 1 minute to huddle)? With during halftime, the teams getting 5 minutes to talk (in locker room) & 4 minutes to warm-up (With the 1 minute still to huddle).
Well, half-time is already 10 minutes; the coach just gets to make the decision on how to break it down.

As for pre-game warm-ups, there's no rule I'm aware of that even deals with its timing. Why do you feel the need to regulate those things? Or are you making jokes again?
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You mean before dates?
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Other than on a made basket for the purposes of the correctable errors, when is that? You will never get coaches to agree with that one because they need those TOs to extend the game.
Why are you talking about correctable errors? What does that have to do with coaches requesting timeouts?
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