2. When rotating in the Lead Position, don’t run, walk briskly, unless you need to accelerate.
3. Don’t over run or walk plays in the Trail position when coming up the floor and there is no pressure.
4. On “3” point shots, work on first part of sequence, screen, line, defender.
5. Go over coverage in the middle of the floor when the ball is in the front court.
6. When going from C-C, turn and run and look over your shoulder.
7. When going from C-C and there is no pressure, run to the FTLE.
8. Work on presentations to the table.
9. When ruling on a travel, do not turn your back.
10. On jump shots, watch the defender hand(s).
11. On lay-ups and drives, watch the defender hand(s).
12. When the offender is above the rim and there are contact plays, T and C must be ready to officiate.
13. The Lead Official can assist on goal-tending and basket interference.
14. The Lead Official can assist on above the ring plays.
15. Review violation spots in the back court.
16. Review FT mechanics in the Manual.
17. The Center and Trail Officials must be ready to officiate curl plays.
18. Fight to get open angles in the T and C.
19. Review Continuous Motion.
20. When going from T-L, find the last defender or the defender that can hurt you the most.
21. Control Benches.
22. Fouls on rebounds, have to be illegal.
23. Learn how to discern.
24. Stop Clock on out of bounds calls.
25. Keep your eyes on the player(s) on out of bounds calls.
26. Don’t talk to coaches when the clock is running.
27. Review Delay of Game and mechanics.
28. In the Lead Position, keep weight on your back foot on drives to the basket.
29. Read 5 sections of the rule book and manual every day, for example, 1-1-1-5.
30. Read “5” case book plays every day.