2. The Lead official should catch the ball before it returns to the floor when there is no rebound possibility.
3. Before administering a free throw, the Lead official will “sweep” the floor, check his/ her partners, scoring table, game and shot clock and make sure the opponents are in the first lane spaces.
4.The Lead Official observes farther lane line spaces and first space on nearer lane line.
5. The Lead Official administers all free throws.
6. The Center Official will be opposite the Lead. He/she will have a non-explicit “10” second count.
7. The Center Official will be one step behind the free throw line extended and have sight vision with the Lead Official.
8. The Center Official will be half way between the side line and nearer lane line to observe the free throw shooter.
9. The Center Official will be responsible for the 2nd and 3rd lane spaces on the farther lane line.
10. The Center Official will responsible for the flight of the ball and “above the ring play”.
11. The Trail Official on a multiple throw will be positioned at the division line near the center circle.
12. The Trail Official on a free throw that will remain in play will be at the “28” foot mark and officiate with a “Big Picture Mentality.
13. The Trail Official must be aware of substitutions.
14. The Trail Official must be aware that the right shooter is on the line.
15. The Trail Official must be aware that the free throws are shot in the correct order on a false double foul scenario; or a false multiple foul scenario.