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Old Wed Oct 23, 2013, 09:12am
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Still run the end line?

Last night JH Girls game. The visiting team was inbounding the ball against a press by the home team. V1 broke to the ball caught the pass and shot a layup in the wrong basket. Of course she made it. The visitors start running the wrong way. In the next two seconds the V coach realized what happened and called a time out. When the came out of the time out it was the V ball on the end line facing the press. I told the throw in player they had the option to run the end line. Was I correct?
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Old Wed Oct 23, 2013, 09:19am
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A team can run the endline after a goal or awarded goal, and a TO does not change that -- so you got it right.
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Old Wed Oct 23, 2013, 09:21am
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I'll just 2 questions:
  1. Why do you think you might be incorrect?
  2. What situations allow for a non-designated spot throw-in?
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Old Wed Oct 23, 2013, 09:29am
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  1. Why do you think you might be incorrect?
Probably because there are people (coaches) that think the timeout changes the status of the throw in. And if the coach is thinking this, a younger, newer or inexperienced official has either heard that explanation or thinks the rule applies as well. This is one of those rules that seem to keep coming up in close game situations even with high school coaches. Not surprised someone would doubt themselves if the situation has not come up that often.

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Old Wed Oct 23, 2013, 09:39am
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I'll just 2 questions:
  1. Why do you think you might be incorrect?
  2. What situations allow for a non-designated spot throw-in?
1. No it wasn't the timeout that had me questioning it. I was sure that didn't change the legality of running the end line. It was the fact that the wrong team made the goal.

2. I know a player can run the end line after a made basket but I was having flashbacks to all those shooting at the wrong basket isn't really a shot posts.

I would guesstimate I was 90% sure they could run the end line but there was a little doubt in there.
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Old Wed Oct 23, 2013, 09:44am
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1. No it wasn't the timeout that had me questioning it. I was sure that didn't change the legality of running the end line. It was the fact that the wrong team made the goal.

2. I know a player can run the end line after a made basket but I was having flashbacks to all those shooting at the wrong basket isn't really a shot posts.

I would guesstimate I was 90% sure they could run the end line but there was a little doubt in there.
Right: it's not a try, but it is a goal (scores points).

Now: which is relevant to running the EL?
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Old Wed Oct 23, 2013, 10:10am
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2. I know a player can run the end line after a made basket but I was having flashbacks to all those shooting at the wrong basket isn't really a shot posts.

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That is only relevant in respect to "shooting fouls" and end of quarter situations.

Not trying to give you a hard time by asking the questions, just wanted to get your thoughts flowing.
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Old Wed Oct 23, 2013, 10:50am
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That is only relevant in respect to "shooting fouls" and end of quarter situations.

Not trying to give you a hard time by asking the questions, just wanted to get your thoughts flowing.
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Old Wed Oct 23, 2013, 01:30pm
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I can tell.

But some other folks are only here to get test questions right.
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Old Wed Oct 23, 2013, 03:38pm
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I can tell.

But some other folks are only here to get test questions right.


There's a test? What test? Nobody told me about a test!
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Old Wed Oct 23, 2013, 04:16pm
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Probably because there are people (coaches) that think the timeout changes the status of the throw in.
Probably the same people who believe that they get the ball in that frontcourt when they call a timeout after a made basket in the waning seconds of a game.

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