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One of the most inconsistent areas of 2-person mechanics is three point coverage.

3 point coverage in basketball officiating is an inconsistent area for 2-person mechanics. Most officials learn mechanics from other officials and think you are doing it properly. The resource that tells all is the NFHS Officials Manual. Today we will review 2-person mechanics for three point coverage. One of the most inconsistent areas of 2-person mechanics is three point coverage. Most officials learn mechanics from other officials and think you are doing it properly.

The resource that tells all is the NFHS Officials Manual.

Today we will review 2-person mechanics for three point coverage.One of the most inconsistent areas of 2-person mechanics is three point coverage. Most officials learn mechanics from other officials and think you are doing it properly. The resource that tells all is the NFHS Officials Manual. Today we will review 2-person mechanics for three point coverage.One of the most inconsistent areas of 2-person mechanics is three point coverage. Most officials learn mechanics from other officials and think you are doing it properly. The resource that tells all is the NFHS Officials Manual. Today we will review 2-person mechanics for three point coverage.

 

Today we will review 2-person mechanics for three point coverage.One of the most inconsistent areas of 2-person mechanics is three point coverage. Most officials learn mechanics from other officials and think you are doing it properly. The resource that tells all is the NFHS Officials Manual. Today we will review 2-person mechanics for three point coverage.One of the most inconsistent areas of 2-person mechanics is three point coverage. Most officials learn mechanics from other officials and think you are doing it properly. The resource that tells all is the NFHS Officials Manual. Today we will review 2-person mechanics for three point coverage.

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