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Old Sat Jan 18, 2014, 06:25pm
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Players Rush The Court In Celebration ...

... but the game's not quite over.

Anybody got a casebook play, or other specific interpretation, on charging a technical foul in this specific situation (celebration of a successful try near end of expiration)?

Anybody got a casebook play, or other specific interpretation, on ignoring this specific situation if the premature celebration did not stop, or interfere, with the game?
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Old Sat Jan 18, 2014, 06:35pm
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... but the game's not quite over.

Anybody got a casebook play, or other specific interpretation, on charging a technical foul in this specific situation (celebration of a successful try near end of expiration)?

Anybody got a casebook play, or other specific interpretation, on ignoring this specific situation if the premature celebration did not stop, or interfere, with the game?
This has been covered before and there is a casebook play for a Team T. However if it didn't stop, interfere the game then I may be inclined to pass.
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Old Sat Jan 18, 2014, 06:44pm
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This has been covered before and there is a casebook play for a Team T. However if it didn't stop, interfere the game then I may be inclined to pass.
Citation please?
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Was the ball dead? Clock stopped?
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Old Sun Jan 19, 2014, 07:07am
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Was the ball dead? Clock stopped?
Yes. No.
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Old Sun Jan 19, 2014, 12:14pm
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Was the ball dead? Clock stopped?
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Yes. No.
Technical Foul. Here's a NCAA-Men's citation:

A.R. 263:

Team B leads, 67-66. A1's two-point try for goal is successful, but there is no indication that time has expired. Assuming that the successful try was a game-ending and winning goal:

(1) Bench personnel from Team A; or

(2) Fans from Team A go onto the playing court to celebrate.

RULING: When the celebration causes a delay by preventing the ball from being promptly made live or by preventing continuous play including, but not limited to the following: a) when the thrower-in is in the process of carrying the ball out of bounds for a throw-in; b) attempting the throw-in; or c) has completed the throw-in.

(1) A CLASS B technical foul shall be assessed to the head coach. The coach's technical foul does not count toward the team foul total but does count toward the coach's ejection.

(Rule 10-4.2.h and Penalty and Ejection)

(2) An administrative technical foul shall be assessed to the offending team. This technical foul does not apply to the team foul total. Any player from Team B shall attempt the two free throws and play shall resume at the point of interruption. When the celebration does not delay or interfere with play, the celebration shall be ignored.

When there is no delay in putting the ball in play or any interruption in the continuity of the game, officials should allow play to continue without penalty. When play can be stopped before the ball is at the disposal of Team B and without delaying the ball from being put in to play or interrupting the continuity of play, the official shall sound the whistle, clear the floor and resume the game without assessing any penalty.

(Rule 10-2.8.d and Penalty, and Section 10-2 Penalty)
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Old Sun Jan 19, 2014, 01:34pm
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For a NFHS citation, have you searched the Past Interps thread? It seems it may be the only place you'll find a FED ruling.

P.S.: I'm not doing a search for you.
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Old Sun Jan 19, 2014, 03:57pm
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For a NFHS citation, have you searched the Past Interps thread? It seems it may be the only place you'll find a FED ruling.
Yes. Also a Forum search, and a search of the NFHS casebook.
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