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NFHS Case Play 6.5

What is the procedure for putting the ball in play after:
(a) a violation;
(b) a charged time-out;
(c) a substitution;
(d) an official’s time-out;
(e) a successful field goal or free throw;
(f) a score followed immediately by a time-out; or
(g) after a common foul before the bonus rule applies.

In
(a),
(b),
(c),
(d) and
(g), the official shall hand or bounce (as applicable by NFHS Officials Manual) the ball to the player at the spot designated for the throw-in. In
(e), the ball may be thrown in anywhere along the end line. The official shall not handle the ball unless in doing so it will prevent a delay. In
(f), the official shall hand or bounce (as applicable by NFHS Officials Manual) the ball to a player of the team entitled to the throw-in, after which the throw-in may be made anywhere along the end line.

NFHS Rules Reference:

(7-5-7; 8-5)

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