2. A1 throws a pass to A2, while the ball is in flight, A3 requests a timeout, the trail official grants the time out. T-F
3. Rebounding is an attempt by any player to secure possession of the ball following a try or tap for field goal. T-F
4. In a rebounding situation there is no player or team control. T-F
5. To obtain a maintain legal rebounding position, a player may not displace, charge or push an opponent. T-F
1. False- 6-1-2-b.
2. False- 5-8-3-a.
3. True- 4-37-1.
5. True- 4-37-2-a.
1. Before administering a throw-in, “sweep” the floor, get eye contact with your partner(s), find your clock(s), observe the table for any substitutions.
2. Go over Rule-4-12, the entire rule, player control and team control.
3. Use two concepts when adjudicating rebounding fouls:
A. Possession Consequence- Patient Whistle.
B. Clean-Up- Immediate Whistle.
Rebounding Coverage- “3” Person
A. Lead- Strong Side.
B. Center- Weak Side.
C. Trail- Perimeter and will assist on Weak and Strong Side.