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Old Tue Dec 09, 2014, 02:02pm
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Jump ball circle

Where does it mention in the rules about the space the player has front and back of the jump circle and still be considered on the circle? I mentions it for the freethrow lane but not the non jumpers spce on the cirlce?
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Old Tue Dec 09, 2014, 02:36pm
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Check Rule and Case Plays under 6-3.......within 3 feet is considered a space at the jump circle....beyond 3 feet is not.
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Old Tue Dec 09, 2014, 03:37pm
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Check Rule and Case Plays under 6-3.......within 3 feet is considered a space at the jump circle....beyond 3 feet is not.
Specifically, Case Book 6.3.2 c & d define an occupied or unoccupied spot around the center restraining circle as 3 feet deep.
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Old Tue Dec 09, 2014, 05:28pm
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Specifically, Case Book 6.3.2 c & d define an occupied or unoccupied spot around the center restraining circle as 3 feet deep.
6.3.2 SITUATION: The referee is ready to toss the ball to start the game. (a) A1
who was on the center restraining circle backs off; (b) B1 moves onto the
restraining circle into an unoccupied spot; (c) B2 moves off the circle and goes
behind A2 and is within 3 feet of the circle; or (d) B3 moves off the circle about
5 feet and moves around behind A3 and A4 who are occupying spaces on the
circle. RULING: Legal in (a) and (d), but a violation in both (b) and (c). Moving
off the restraining circle in (a), and around the circle when more than 3 feet away
as in (d), is permissible. It is a violation to move onto the circle as in (b), until the
ball leaves the official’s hand, or into an occupied space as in (c), until the ball is
touched. The violation by B results in a throw-in for Team A. (4-3)
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