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Mechanics - Two-man Crew — Part IX
Calling the fouls (continued)

Other parts in this series:
  Mechanics - Two-man Crew — Part I — Starting at the start!
  Mechanics - Two-man Crew — Part II — We are on the court!
  Mechanics - Two-man Crew — Part III — Movin' and cruisin'
  Mechanics - Two-man Crew — Part IV — Keepin' on movin'
  Mechanics - Two-man Crew — Part V — Leading up to the transition
  Mechanics - Two-man Crew — Part VI — The transition and a violation
  Mechanics - Two-man Crew — Part VII — The throw-in
  Mechanics - Two-man Crew — Part VIII — Calling the fouls
  Mechanics - Two-man Crew — Part IX — Calling the fouls (continued)
  Mechanics - Two-man Crew — Part X — Reporting the foul
  Mechanics - Two-man Crew — Part XI — Free throws

The last time our officials were on the court, they were administering a throw-in. In that article, we discussed how to administer the throw-in, special situations, fouls, warnings, and violations during the throw-in. Click the link provided to review the article.

Let's take a look at a couple of plays

I'll use two plays from our last article:

Play 1 - A1 dribbles into the front court and throws a pass to A2 who is standing at the top of the key. A2 shoots the ball, and after the ball has left his hand, B2 — while in his vertical plane — blocks the shot. After the ball has been blocked, B2 hits A2's arm. The play takes place in our trail's primary coverage area. Team "A" is not in the bonus. Team "B" has three team fouls charged against them.

Continued...


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