a. Player Control Fouls
b. Out of bounds plays.
2. When observing teams in warm-ups or during time outs, have your hands out of your pockets.
3. Proximity and Primary are not always identical.
4. Work to get open looks.
5. On a player control foul, an offender has to go through a defender.
6. On double whistles, make sure the official whose primary the ruling was adjudicated in, go to the table on a foul.
7. In 3 person, stay side line oriented in the trail and center positions.
8. On disqualifications, the calling official reports foul, informs the head coach of the disqualification, notify the timer to start the 15 second count, inform the player they have “5” fouls.
9. When dealing with players and coaches create space when talking to them.
10. When reporting a foul, have a cadence to the table and keep your fingers above your eyes. .