a. A violation during or following the jump before a player secures control. b. The free throws for a non-common foul. c. A common foul before the bonus free throw is in effect.
a. Handed to a thrower or free thrower. b. Caught by a thrower or free thrower after it is bounced to him/her. c. Placed on the floor at the spot. d. Available to a player after a goal and the official begins the throw-in count.
a. A player who is moving with the ball is required to stop or change direction to avoid contact if a defensive player has obtained a legal guarding position in his/her path.
b. If a guard has obtained a legal guarding position, the player with the ball must get his/her head and shoulders past the torso of the defensive player. If contact occurs on the torso of the defensive player, the dribbler is responsible for the contact.
c. There must be reasonable space between two defensive players or a defensive player and a boundary line to allow the dribbler to continue in his/her path. If there is less than 3 feet of space, the dribbler has the greater responsibility for the contact.
d. The player with the ball may not push the torso of the guard to gain an advantage to pass, shoot or dribble.
a. Beginning with a team’s seventh foul in each half and for the eighth and ninth foul, the bonus is awarded only if the first free throw is successful.
b. Beginning with a team’s 10th foul in each half, two free throws are awarded whether or not the first free throw is successful.
a. When a player of the team is in control. b. While a live ball is being passed among teammates. c. During an interrupted dribble. d. When a player of the team has disposal of the ball for a throw-in.ART. 3 . . . Team control continues until:
a. The ball is in flight during a try or tap for goal. b. An opponent secures control. c. The ball becomes dead.ART. 4 . . . While the ball remains live a loose ball always remains in control of the team whose player last had control, unless it is a try or tap for goal. ART. 5 . . . Team control does not exist during a jump ball or the touching of a rebound, but is re-established when a player secures control. ART. 6 . . . Neither team control nor player control exists during a dead ball, a jump ball or when the ball is in flight during a try or tap for goal.
a. The dribbler catches or causes the ball to come to rest in one or both hands.
b. The dribbler palms/carries the ball by allowing it to come to rest in one or both hands.
c. The dribbler simultaneously touches the ball with both hands.
d. The ball touches or is touched by an opponent and causes the dribbler to lose control.
e. The ball becomes dead.ART. 5 . . . An interrupted dribble occurs when the ball is loose after deflecting off the dribbler or after it momentarily gets away from the dribbler. There is no player control during an interrupted dribble. ART. 6 . . . During an interrupted dribble:
a. A closely guarded count must not be started or must be terminated.
b. A player-control foul cannot be committed, but a team-control foul still may be committed.
c. A time-out request must not be granted.
d. Out-of-bounds violation does not apply on the player involved in the interrupted dribble.