Commonly Misunderstood Rules

Travelling A player cannot travel unless they are in possession of a live ball that has inbounds status. A player could fumble the ball the entire length of the court, and would not have travelled. Unless it was ruled that he/she fumbled the ball to control it. A player could dive for a ball, gain […]

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Rebounding Fouls

One of the more difficult aspects of officiating is determining if there was a foul and who exactly fouled who during a rebound. The most important aspect of judging and calling the correct foul on a rebound is to see the entire play from start to finish and call the result of the play. If […]

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Traveling Violations

In this rules article, Todd Von Sosson, covers the principles of the traveling rule and recommends mechanics to help see violations.

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