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Old Mon Dec 05, 2011, 11:08pm
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Violation or not?

A2 has the ball for a spot throw in as he fakes an over head pass his momentum caused him to getoff balance and touches the ball to the floor inbounds to catch hiself.Violation or not?:
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Old Tue Dec 06, 2011, 01:03am
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That constitutes carrying the ball onto the court.
Violation of 9-2-5.
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Old Wed Dec 07, 2011, 12:02am
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Case play 9-2-5 is similar to my scenario.But my A1 player did not touch a player or body part to the floor only the ball.Does this have any bearing on the situation.I called violation only to be told later that i missed the call.
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Case play 9-2-5 is similar to my scenario.But my A1 player did not touch a player or body part to the floor only the ball.Does this have any bearing on the situation.I called violation only to be told later that i missed the call.
Who told you that you missed it?
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Old Wed Dec 07, 2011, 01:18am
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the R of our crew in the locker room after game,He said the ball on the floor was ok if it had been a hand on the floor then we have a violation.Carried the play to our weekly meeting and was told by association leader that the play was not a violation.
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Ask him if a player standing inbounds who leans over and touches the ball to the floor out of bounds is also ok.
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Old Wed Dec 07, 2011, 02:08am
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Ask him if a player standing inbounds who leans over and touches the ball to the floor out of bounds is also ok.
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Ask him if it's ok for the thrower to bounce it in bounds before passing it in.
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Ask him if he does soccer
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Ask him if it's ok for the thrower to bounce it in bounds before passing it in.
That would be either "steps" or "double dribble," same as if he dribbled the ball out-of-bounds during the throw-in, right?


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