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Old Mon Feb 04, 2013, 02:41pm
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Wisconsin at Illinois

Late in the first half Illinois is called for traveling. The shot clock doesn’t get reset so Wisconsin has only 18 seconds on the shot clock. They score just after the shot clock expires and the officials call a shot clock violation, no basket.

Illinois gets inbounds the ball after the “violation” and is then fouled.

At this point, the lack of shot clock reset is called to the official’s attention. They conference and award Wisconsin two points and then resume at the point of interruption by shooting the free throws.

Is this correct? Also what would have happened if Wisconsin would have missed the shot but controlled the rebound? How would that have been administered when recognized?
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Old Mon Feb 04, 2013, 02:51pm
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It's supposed to be corrected only within the shot-clock period that the error occurred. So, once Illinois inbounded, I think it was too late to correct (and award the points).

But, I don't have my books handy.
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Old Mon Feb 04, 2013, 03:29pm
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What surprises me the most is that officials at that level would miss that. With three guys, you would think someone would notice the no reset, if not right away at least at some point during the possession. That's half the time of your normal possession.
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Old Mon Feb 04, 2013, 03:53pm
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What surprises me the most is that officials at that level would miss that. With three guys, you would think someone would notice the no reset, if not right away at least at some point during the possession. That's half the time of your normal possession.
The Wisconsin bench didn't catch it either. You would think with all of those assistants someone would have noticed.
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