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FIBA Rules 2018 – January 2019

2018 Official Basketball Rules – OBRI – Official Interpretations – Valid as of 31st January – 2019, 2nd Edition

01) OBRI – 12-15
The ball is in the air during A1 shot for a field goal when the shot clock signal sounds, followed by the ball lodging between the ring and the backboard. Team A is entitled to a throw-in under the alternating possession procedure. After the throw-in from the endline, team A shall have 14 seconds on the shot clock.

02) OBRI – 24-7
A1 ends his dribble and deliberately throws the ball on B1 leg. A1 catches the ball and begins to dribble again.
A1 double dribble violation. A1 dribble has ended as the ball was not touched by B1. It was the ball which has touched B1.

03) OBRI – 29/50-51
A1 in his backcourt passes the ball to A2 who is also in his backcourt. A2 did not catch the ball which goes out-of-bounds in their backcourt.
Team B shall be awarded a throw-in from the place nearest to where the ball went out-of-bounds in its frontcourt, with 14 seconds on the shot clock.

04) OBRI – 36-51
Shortly after the game clock signal sounded for the end of the first quarter, A1 is charged with a technical foul.
Before the begin of the second quarter, any team B player shall attempt 1 free throw with no line-up. The team entitled to the arrow shall begin the second quarter with a throw-in from the centre line extended, with 24 seconds on the shot clock.

05) OBRI – 42-6
B1 is charged with an unsportsmanlike foul on A1 on his successful field goal. A1 is then charged with a technical foul.
A1 goal shall count. The penalties for both fouls are not equal and shall not cancel each other. Any team B player shall attempt 1 free throw with no line-up. A1 shall attempt 1 free throw with no line-up. The game shall be resumed with a team A throw-in from
the throw-in line in its frontcourt.