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									                         Rule 9 Questions & Answers
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 1. A1 is at the free throw line attempting a free throw. Before the throwing motion starts, A1 drops the
    ball. Ruling: Official should blow the whistle immediately and start the procedure over.
 2. The ball becomes dead if B1 disconcerts A1 just before A1 releases the ball on a free-throw attempt.
 3. On a final free-throw attempt by A1, B1 commits a lane violation. A1's free throw misses the ring
    and flange. Ruling: Double violation, unless the officials deem B1's act to be disconcerting to the
    shooter.
 4. A substitute free throw is awarded if there is a double violation and the try is unsuccessful.
 5. It is a technical foul for a free thrower to purposely fake a try.
 6. A1 is preparing for a free throw and prior to the release, fakes a shot. No player violates on the fake.
    Ruling: No violation.
 7. Al is preparing to attempt a free throw, but prior to the release of the ball B1, in a marked lane fakes
    and causes an opponent to enter the lane. Ruling: Sound whistle immediately.
 8. A2 fakes and causes B1 to violate while Al is attempting a free throw. Ruling: Dead ball
 9. As A1 prepares to shoot a free throw, A2 in a marked space, swings their arms simulating moving
    into the lane. B1, in an adjacent space, enters the lane prematurely. Ruling: Delayed violation on B1.
10. Any free throw violation by the offense causes the ball to become dead immediately.
11. Faking of a free throw try is a violation.
12. A1, at the free throw line to attempt a free throw, fakes the release of the ball. Ruling: A violation
    by A1, Team B will be awarded a throw-in at the nearest spot.
13. A1 is ready to shoot a free throw when B1 disconcerts A1. A1 makes the free throw attempt. Ruling:
    Disregard the disconcertion.
14. It is an alternating possession throw-in if B1 disconcerts and free thrower A1 violates because of the
    disconcertion.
15. While A1 is attempting a final free throw, B1 enters the lane too soon followed by A2, both of
    whom are in marked lane spaces. Ruling: If the try is successful, the goal shall count and the
    violations shall be ignored.
16. A1 is awarded two free throws and makes the first one. A2 violates on A1's second attempt and
    Team B is awarded the ball for a throw-in. Ruling: The thrower of Team B may run the end line.
17. While attempting a free throw, A1 steps on the free throw line before releasing the ball, B1 then
    disconcerts. Ruling: The ball is awarded to Team B.
18. If A2 violates during A1’s free throw attempt, B’s throw-in will be from anywhere along the end
    line.
19. During the second free throw by A1, B1 leaves the first marked lane space too soon. A2 then leaves
    prematurely. A2's violation is ignored.
20. B1 illegally steps into the lane before A1's final free throw hits the rim. A2 then steps into the lane
    prematurely, followed by A3, both in marked lane spaces. Ruling: A2 and A3's violations are not
    ignored.
21. While A1 is attempting a final free throw, B1, in a marked lane space enters the lane too soon, then
    shooter A1 steps on the free-throw line while releasing the throw. Ruling: A double violation
22. As A1 attempts the second of two free throws, B1 commits a lane violation. The official uses the
    proper signal for violation on B 1. The unsuccessful try by A 1 does not touch the basket. Ruling:
    Double violation.
23. Restrictions of players in marked lane spaces apply until the ball leaves the free thrower's hands.
24. Prior to A1’s final free throw hitting the rim, backboard or the free throw ending. B2 and A2, are
    occupying marked lane spaces, commit simultaneously lane violations.Ruling: This is a double free
    throw violation and resume play with the alternating possession procedure
25. It is an alternating possession throw-in following a double free throw violation.
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26. A substitute free throw is not awarded if there is a double violation and the free throw is
    unsuccessful.
27. Leaving the designated throw-in spot prior to release of the ball is a traveling violation.
28. During a throw-in by A1, A1 must remain on or over the designated spot until the ball is touched on
    the court, unless the privilege of using the entire end line is in effect.
29. Following the free throws for a technical foul, A1 makes a throw-in from out of bounds at the
    division line opposite the table. The pass hits A2 on the top of his head and enters the basket. Ruling:
    The pass was not a try, the ball becomes dead and is awarded to Team B for throw-in at the division
    line, the original spot of the throw-in.
30. A1 throw-in is a bounce pass, which bounces out of bounds before going in-bounds to A2. Ruling:
    Legal throw-in.
31. A player may not bounce the ball on the out-of-bounds area prior to making a throw-in.
32. Team A scores a field goal. Bl picks up the ball and steps out of bounds at the end line to prepare for
    a throw-in. Bl attempts an entry pass that goes near the division line, but no opponent or teammate is
    nearby to secure the ball. Bl enters the court and becomes the first player to touch the ball. RULING:
    Bl has committed a throw-in violation.
33. Al has the ball for a throw-in from near the division line. Al lobs the ball toward A2 for a dunk
    attempt, but the throw-in goes through the basket. Ruling: Al will have a re-throw from same spot.
34. A1's throw-in, untouched, goes through the basket. The throw-in spot for the violation is A1's throw-
    in spot.
35. Team A is awarded an alternating possession throw-in. A1 lobs the pass toward A2 who is breaking
    to the basket. The ball lodges between the ring and basket. Ruling: Alternating possession
36. Team A is awarded an alternating possession throw-in. A1 lobs the throw-in pass toward A2 who is
    near the basket. The pass lodges between the ring and the backboard. Ruling: Team B throw-in.
37. Al has the ball for a throw-in at the designated spot when A2 steps out-of-bounds and takes the ball
    from Al who then steps inbounds and then receives the pass. Ruling: Legal play.
38. The opponent(s) of the thrower shall not have any part of his/her person through the inbounds side of
    the throw-in boundary plane until the ball has been released on a throw-in pass.
39. After a field goal by B1, A1 has the ball out-of-bounds for a throw-in. Al throws to A2 who is out-
    of-bounds along the end line. B1 reaches through the plane of the end line and slaps the ball. Ruling:
    Throw-in violation by B1.
40. If a team receives a warning for reaching through the throw-in boundary plane, the next such
    infraction is a team technical.
41. Team A has been warned for a throw-in plane infraction. A1, with four fouls, reaches through the
    plane in an attempt to prevent Bl from making the throw-in pass. Ruling: Technical foul on Al and
    he is also disqualified because of a fifth foul.
42. If Team A has been issued a warning for reaching through the plane when Team B is making a
    throw-in, the next time it happens a technical foul is charged to the offending player.
43. Team A has been warned for a throw-in plane infraction. A1, with four fouls, reaches through the
    plane in an attempt to prevent Bl from making the throw-in pass. Ruling: A technical foul is called
    as a result of Al's actions. A1 is not disqualified because of a fifth foul.
44. During a throw-in by A1, B1 reaches through the plane and slaps the ball. Ruling: A technical foul
45. Prior to any warning, B1 reaches through the throw-in boundary plane and slaps the ball from A1's
    hands. Ruling: Technical foul charged to B1 and also Team B is given an official warning is
    recorded by the scorer.
46. During a throw-in by A1, B1 reaches through the plane and slaps the ball. Ruling: A technical on
    B1. No warning for Team B for the plane violation.
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47. Prior to any warning, Bl reaches through the throw-in plane and slaps the arm of thrower A1.
    Ruling: A technical foul is charged to Bl and a warning is also issued to Team B.
48. After a field goal, the score is A-61, B-60. Al has the ball out-of-bounds for a throw-in with four
    seconds remaining in the game and the clock is running. B1 reaches through the plane. Ruling: The
    violation should be ignored.
49. Prior to any warning, B1 reaches through the throw-in boundary plane and slaps the ball from A1's
    hands. Ruling: Technical foul charged to B1 and Team B is also charged with a technical foul.
50. It is permissible for two teammates to be out-of-bounds after a designated spot throw-in begins.
51. Al is dribbling in the front court with a closely guarded count in process. The ball strikes Al's foot
    and is loose when Al steps on the sideline. Ruling: Out-of-bounds on Al, B's ball.
52. Not more than one player may occupy any part of a marked lane space.
53. The dribbler steps on or outside a boundary, but does not touch the ball while they are out-of-
    bounds. Ruling: No violation.
54. A1 is dribbling the ball near the sideline. He/she accidentally steps on the boundary line during the
    dribble, but was not in contact with the ball at the time. Ruling: Violation by A1.
55. The dribbler has not committed a violation if he/she steps on the boundary line if / he/she is not
    touching the ball while he/she is on the boundary line.
56. A1 & A2 set a double screen near the end line. A3 intentionally goes out of bounds outside the end
    line. Ruling: A violation shall be called on A3 as soon as he steps out of bounds. The ball is
    awarded to Team B at a designated spot nearest to where the violation occurred.
57. A player shall not leave the floor for an unauthorized reason.
58. A violation is called if a player leaves the court for an unauthorized reason.
59. A1 is dribbling the ball along the sideline. B2 has legal guarding position along the boundary. A1
    dribbles the ball between B2’s legs, runs out of bounds around B2, returns inbounds and continues
    the dribble. RULING: Violation on A1 for leaving the court for an unauthorized reason.
60. At A's basket the ball enters the net from below and passes through the basket. The ball entered after
    B1 attempted to catch it and B1 caused the ball to pass through the basket from below. Ruling:
    Violation by B1. A's ball by throw-in.
61. A2 receives a pass from a teammate. A2 starts her dribble but it goes off the foot of B2. The ball
    bounces several feet away where A2 picks the ball up and then starts another dribble. RULING:
    Double dribble violation on A2.
62. A1 is dribbling in the backcourt and ends the dribble, but defensive pressure prevents a pass to A2.
    A1 then passes the ball so it touches B1. A1 recovers the loose ball in the backcourt and dribbles
    again. Ruling: Violation
63. The three-second count is not in effect during a throw-in.
64. A1 rebounds the ball off Team B's backboard. A2 is in Team A's three-second restricted area when
    the rebound occurs and A2 remains there while A1 is dribbling in Team A's backcourt. Three
    seconds expire without the ball being in the frontcourt of Team A. Ruling: This is a backcourt
    violation.
65. The three-second restriction applies to a player who has only one foot touching the lane boundary.
66. Al is in A’s backcourt and has dribbled for nine seconds and then passes the ball forward toward A2
    in the frontcourt. While the ball is still in the air the 10-second count is reached. Ruling: Violation by
    Team A.
67. A1 is dribbling the ball in the backcourt (player control) with a ten-second count in progress. After
    eight seconds, B1 bats the ball away from A1 (loss of player control). A1 then recovers the ball and
    starts a dribble (regains player control) while still in the backcourt. Ruling: The official shall begin a
    new 10 second count.
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68. A1 is dribbling the ball in Team A’s frontcourt. B1 slaps the ball and the ball then bounces off of
    A1’s leg and rolls into the backcourt where A2 is the first to touch it. Ruling: Backcourt
69. It is a violation if Al on a throw-in pass to A2 who touches the ball in A's frontcourt and then it goes
    into Team A's backcourt where it is controlled by A3.
70. During a throw-in, A1 passes the ball to A2 in the frontcourt. A2 muffs the ball, and it goes to the
    backcourt. A2, then recovers the ball In A's backcourt. Ruling: Backcourt violatlon.
71. A1 is dribbling in their backcourt and throws a pass to their frontcourt. While standing in A’s
    frontcourt, A2 touches the ball and deflects it back to A's backcourt. Ruling: Backcourt .
72. A1 is dribbling in his/her backcourt and throws a pass to his/her frontcourt. While standing in A's
    frontcourt, B3 touches the ball and deflects it back to A's backcourt. A2 recovers in the backcourt.
    Ruling: Team A is entitled to a new ten-second count.
73. If A1 jumps from A's frontcourt and while airborne, catches the throw-in pass, it is a violation if A1
    lands in his/her backcourt.
74. Al catches the throw-in pass with one foot on the floor in A’s frontcourt and the other foot not
    touching the floor. The non-pivot comes down in A's backcourt. Ruling: No violation.
75. During a jump ball, the clock is started when the ball becomes live.
76. Following a goal by the opponents, Al grabs the ball and sprints along the end line. A1 jumps toward
    the court and is actually airborne inside the boundary plane when the ball is released on a long pass
    to A2. Ruling: Legal throw-in.
77. On a throw-in it is legal for the thrower to break the boundary plane before releasing the ball but
    prior to touching the floor inbounds.
78. It is a backcourt violation for a player to secure the ball after a throw-in with both feet off the floor
    and then lands with one or both feet in the backcourt.
79. Team A brings up the ball from their backcourt. From the backcourt, A1 throws a pass intended for
    A2, who is standing in the frontcourt near the division line. The pass is intercepted by B3, who
    jumped from his frontcourt (A's backcourt). B3 then retains possession as he lands in his backcourt.
    Ruling: Backcourt violation.
80. It is not a backcourt violation for a player to secure the ball after a throw-in with both feet off the
    floor and then lands with one or both feet in the backcourt.
81. On a throw-in, players from either team may jump from their team’s frontcourt, secure the ball while
    airborne, and return to the floor in the backcourt legally.
82. It is a violation if a defensive player jumps from the frontcourt, secures the ball with both feet off the
    floor and returns to the floor in the backcourt.
83. If A1 jumps from A's front court and, while airborne catches the throw-in pass and while still
    airborne, passes the ball to A3 in A’s backcourt. Ruling: Violation.
84. Al's throw-in pass bounces off the floor and is then caught by A2 while in the air. A2 jumped from
    A's front court and lands in the backcourt. Ruling: Backcourt violation.
85. During the first quarter B1, while in Team A's backcourt, deflects a pass from A1 into the air. B2
    runs and jumps from A's backcourt, recovers the ball while in the air and lands in A's frontcourt. The
    covering official calls a backcourt violation on B2. Ruling: Correct call
86. Restrictions for the free thrower and players not occupying a marked lane space end at the same
    time.
87. A closely guarded count applies only to the frontcourt.
88. While dribbling in A's frontcourt, A1 is closely guarded by B1. After two seconds, B2 also assumes
    a closely guarded position on A1 and B1 leaves to guard A2. Ruling: The closely guarded continues
    on A1.

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 89. Al throws the ball into the basket from above but from outside the cylinder. Al's hand loses contact
     with the ball before the ball enters the cylinder. However, on the follow through, A1's hand comes in
     contact with the ball again while it is within the cylinder. Ruling: Violation.
 90. B1 commits basket interference on A1's free throw. Ruling: Award Team A one point and charge B1
     with a technical foul.
 91. Al has started the act of shooting and is fouled by B1. A1 completes the try but B2 bats the ball off
     the ring. Ruling: A1 will be awarded the goal for basket interference and also two free throws
     because of being fouled in the act of shooting.
 92. Points may be awarded for goaltending and basket interference.
 93. Points may be awarded for basket interference, but not for goaltending.
 94. A designated spot throw-in does not follow an awarded goal.
 95. Time is about to expire in the second quarter when Al releases a try for goal from near A's basket.
     B1 jumps to block the shot and A2 also jumps. Just after A1 releases the ball the horn sounds to end
     the quarter. Thereafter, A2 touches the ball outside the cylinder, and still in its upward flight. The
     ball goes through the basket. Ruling: Goal counts.
 96. Al is fouled in the act of shooting by B1. Al's try is batted away from the basket by B2. B2 is
     charged with goaltending. Ruling: A1 is credited with two points and will be awarded one free
     throw.
 97. On the first free throw by A1 in a bonus situation, Bl leaps above the lane and touches the ball but it
     falls in the basket. Ruling: A technical foul on B1, goaltending, and an automatic point for A1.
 98. A player shall not excessively swing his/her arm(s) or elbow(s) even without contacting an
     opponent.
 99. Excessive swinging of arms/elbows without contact is not a violation.
100. The ball has been released on a field goal try by A1 towards A's basket. A2 excessively swings their
     elbows without contacting an opponent. The ball then goes through the basket. Ruling: The ball is
     dead and the goal is not scored.
101. A1's try is in flight when A2 excessively swings their arms and elbows without making contact.
     Ruling: Official blows the whistle and calls a violation on Team A and awards Team B the ball out
     of bounds at the spot of the violation.
102. The ball has been released on a field goal try by A1 towards A's basket. B1 excessively swings
     his/her elbows without contacting an opponent. The ball then goes through the basket. Ruling:
     Ignore the violation.
103. The term "excessively swinging the arms or elbows" applies only to the player with the ball.


  1.   False - Section 1 Article 1 (Case Book 9.1.1 play b)
  2.   False - Section 1 Article 2b - 2007
  3.   True - Section 1 Article 3 & 5 penalty 3
  4.   False - Section 1 Article 3 & 6 penalty 4c
  5.   False - Section 1 Article 4 penalty 1
  6.   False - Section 1 Article 4 penalty 1
  7.   False - Section 1 Article 4 penalty 1
  8.   True - Section 1 Article 4 penalty 1
  9.   False - Section 1 Article 4 penalty 1 (Case Book 9.1.4 play b)
 10.   True - Section 1 Article 4 penalty 1
 11.   True - Section 1 Article 4 penalty 1
 12.   True - Section 1 Article 4 (Case Book 9.1.4 sit: A) - 2005
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13.   True - Section 1 Article 5 pen: 2a
14.   False - Section 1 Article 5 pen: 4 c
15.   True - Section 1 Article 5 & 6 penalty 4a
16.   False - Section 1 Article 6 penalty 1
17.   True - Section 1 Article 6 penalty 1 (Case Book 9.1.5 sit: c)
18.   False - Section 1 Article 6 & Article 9 penalty 1
19.   True - Section 1 Article 6 & Article 9 pen. 4a
20.   False - Section 1 Article 6 penalty 2a & b
21.   True - Section 1 Article 6 penalty 4a
22.   True - Section 1 Article 9 & Article 3 penalty 1a
23.   False - Section 1 Article 10 - 2006
24.   True - Section 1 penalty 3
25.   True - Section 1 penalty 3
26.   True - Section 1 penalty 3
27.   False - Section 2 Article 1 - 2006
28.   False - Section 2 Article 1 - 2006
29.   False - Section 2 Article 2
30.   False - Section 2 Article 2 (Case Book 9.2.2 sit: b - play b)
31.   False - Section 2 Article 2 (Case Book 9.2.2 sit: D ) - 2005
32.   True - Section 2 Article 6 penalty
33.   False - Section 2 Article 7 (Case Book 7.4 - play d)
34.   True - Section 2 Article 7 penalty
35.   False - Section 2 Article 8 (Case Book 9.2.8) - 1996
36.   True - Section 2 Article 8 - 1992,94
37.   False - Section 2 Article 9 penalty
38.   True - Section 2 Article 11 - 2005
39.   True - Section 2 Article 11 penalty 1
40.   True - Section 2 Article 11 penalty 2
41.   False - Section 2 Article 11 penalty 2 (Case Book 10.1.10)
42.   False - Section 2 Article 11 penalty 2 (Case Book 10.1.10)
43.   True - Section 2 Article 11 penalty 2 (Case Book 7.6.3 sit: c) & Rule 10.1.10 & 10.3.11
44.   True - Section 2 Article 11 penalty 3
45.   True - Section 2 Article 11 penalty 3 & 1 (Case Book 9.2.11)
46.   False - Section 2 Article 11 penalty 3 & penalty 1
47.   False - Section 2 Article 11 penalty 4
48.   True - Section 2 Article 11 (Case Book 9.2.11 comment)
49.   False - Section 2 Article 11 penalty 3
50.   False - Section 2 Article 12
51.   False - Section 3 note
52.   True - Section 3 note
53.   False - Section 3 note
54.   True - Section 3 note
55.   False - Section 3 note
56.   True - Section 3 Article 2 - 2005
57.   True - Section 3 Article 2 - 2005
58.   True - Section 3 Article 2 - 2006
59.   True - Section 3 Article 3 - 2007
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 60.   True - Section 4 (Case Book 9.4) - 1992
 61.   False - Section 5 Article 2 - 2006
 62.   False - Section 5 Article 3 - 2005
 63.   True - Section 7 Article 1
 64.   False - Section 7 Article 1
 65.   True - Section 7 Article 2
 66.   True - Section 8 (Case Book 9.8 sit-a)
 67.   False - Section 8 (Case Book 9.8 sit:d play b)
 68.   True - Section 9 Article 1
 69.   False - Section 9 Article 1 & 2
 70.   False - Section 9 Article 1 (Case Book 9.9.1 sit:c - play a)
 71.   False - Section 9 Article 1 (Case Book 9.9.1 sit:c - play a)
 72.   True - Section 9 Article 1 (Case Book 9.9.1 sit:c-play b)
 73.   False - Section 9 Article 1 (Case Book 9.9.1 sit: c play a)
 74.   False - Section 9 Article 1 (Case Book 9.9.1 sit:a)
 75.   False - Section 9 Article 2
 76.   True - Section 9 Article 2 note after Article 11
 77.   True - Section 9 Article 2 note after Article 11
 78.   False - Section 9 Article 3
 79.   False - Section 9 Article 3
 80.   True - Section 9 Article 3
 81.   True - Section 9 Article 3 - 2007
 82.   False - Section 9 Article 3 - 2006
 83.   True - Section 9 Article 3 (Case Book 9.9.1 sit: b)
 84.   False - Section 9 Article 3 (Case Book 9.9.1 sit: b)
 85.   False - Section 9 Article 3 - 2005
 86.   True - Section 1 Article 10
 87.   True - Section 10 Article 1 a&b
 88.   True - Section 10 Article 1 a&b (Case Book 9.10.1 sit: b)
 89.   True - Section 11 (Case Book 9.11.2 sit-b)
 90.   False - Section 11 penalty 1
 91.   False - Section 11 penalty 1 (Case Book 6.7.9)
 92.   True - Section 12
 93.   False - Section 12
 94.   True - Section 12 penalty 1
 95.   False - Section 12 penalty 1
 96.   True - Section 12 penalty 1 (Case Book 9.11.2 sit-e)
 97.   True - Section 12 penalty 1 (Case Book 9.12)
 98.   True - Section 13 Article 1 - 2005
 99.   False - Section 13 penalty
100.   True - Section 13 penalty (Case Book 9.13.1 play a)
101.   True - Section 13 penalty (Case Book 9.13.1 play b)
102.   False - Section 13 penalty (Case Book 9.13.1 play b)
103.   False - Section 13 Article 1



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