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					   2006-07 NFHS
    BASKETBALL
  RULES CHANGES
 MAJOR EDITORIAL
     CHANGES
POINTS OF EMPHASIS
  2006-07 NFHS
   BASKETBALL

RULES CHANGES
          GUIDELINES FOR
      HEADBANDS, WRISTBANDS
      ESTABLISHED (3-5-3, 3-6)
 Players still drawing unnecessary individual
  attention to themselves through the
  wearing of apparel and equipment
 Guidelines for headbands and wristbands
  established to enhance team uniformity
 School spirit promoted by permitting school
  logo/mascot to be worn on select items
          GUIDELINES FOR
      HEADBANDS, WRISTBANDS
      ESTABLISHED (3-5-3, 3-6)
If worn, headbands/wristbands must:
 Be unadorned (except for a permissible
  logo)
 Have only one visible manufacturer’s
  logo/trademark/reference OR a school
  logo/mascot
 Be the predominant color of the jersey or
  white
          GUIDELINES FOR
      HEADBANDS, WRISTBANDS
      ESTABLISHED (3-5-3, 3-6)
If worn, headbands/wristbands must:
 Be the same color for all players
 Be worn as intended
 Be limited to only a single item on the head
  and/or on each wrist
         GUIDELINES FOR
     HEADBANDS, WRISTBANDS
     ESTABLISHED (3-5-3, 3-6)
If worn,
 Sweatbands –
    must be worn below the elbow
    be a maximum of four inches
 Headband –
    must be no wider than two inches
        LAG TIME ELIMINATED
              (5-10-1)
 Change necessary due to new clock
  technology and the ability to observe tenths
  of a second
 Change eliminates need for lag time or
  reaction time on part of clock operator
 When official has definite knowledge of
  time involved – correct time may be put
  back on game clock
            ONLY ONE DELAY
           WARNING PER GAME
            (4-47-4, 10-1-5)
 Only one team delay warning issued per
  game for any one of four delay situations
 Any subsequent team delay in any one of
  the four categories will result in a team
  technical foul
 Change assists with flow of game and
  administration of rule by officials/scorers
               NEW DELAY
             WARNING ADDED
             (4-47-4, 10-1-5)
 Fourth delay situation added for failure to
  have court ready to play following any time-
  out
 Court may not be ready from water on
  court or chairs/stools not removed
 Delay warning reported by official and
  recorded by scorer in scorebook
      TEAM-CONTROL SIGNAL
       ADDED (SIGNAL CHART)
 New signal added for team-control
  foul
 Eliminates confusion at scorer’s table
  and with players, coaches and fans
 Communicates the ball is going the
  other direction with no free throws
      TEAM-CONTROL SIGNAL
       ADDED (SIGNAL CHART)
 Player-control foul signal has NOT
  changed (hand behind the head)
 Both signals should be preceded by
  the stop clock for a foul signal (arm
  extended over head with the fist)
        TEAM-CONTROL SIGNAL
         ADDED (SIGNAL CHART)
Signaling sequence:
   1.   Foul (raised fist, birddog optional)
   2.   Arm extended with punch
   3.   Preliminary signal
   4.   Spot
2006-07 NFHS
 BASKETBALL

  MAJOR
EDITORIAL
 CHANGES
      BLOOD RULE CLARIFIED
                  (3-3-6)
 A player with ANY amount of blood on
  the uniform shall be directed to leave
  the game
 Situation must be corrected before
  player may return
 Eliminates need for official to
  determine if amount of blood is
  “excessive”
        CLOSELY GUARDED
      COUNT CLARIFIED (4-10)
 Count is terminated when player in
  control gets head and shoulders past
  defensive player
 Defender no longer in guarding
  position
         UNSPORTING FOUL
                 (4-19-14)
 Definition expanded to include
  behavior not in accordance with the
  spirit of fair play
 All inappropriate acts should now be
  covered by expanded definition
          PLAYER VS BENCH
        PERSONNEL CLARIFIED
              (4-34-1, 2)
   Clarification needed to properly penalize
    head coach when technical foul is called on
    bench personnel
   PLAYER = one of five team members
    legally in the game at any given time
    EXCEPT intermission
   BENCH PERSONNEL = During
    intermission, all team members are bench
    personnel
2006-07 NFHS
 BASKETBALL

POINTS OF
EMPHASIS
                       Point of Emphasis for 2006-07
                           Proper Procedures for
                       Handling Apparent Concussions
          (Information provided by the Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.)




                                 Action Plan
If you suspect that a player has a concussion, you should take the
    following steps:

1. Remove athlete from play.
2. Ensure athlete is evaluated by an appropriate health care
   professional. Do not try to judge the seriousness of the injury
   yourself.
3. Inform athlete’s parents or guardians about the known or
   possible concussion and give them the fact sheet on concussion.
4. Allow the athlete to return to play only with permission from an
   appropriate health care professional.
         30-SECOND TIME-OUTS
   30-second time-out length increasingly
    being improperly extended
   Prime examples include:
       Cleaning up spilled water
       Putting chairs/stools back in place
       Cheerleaders or other on-court entertainment
   Players should hydrate near team benches
    and off playing surface
        30-SECOND TIME-OUTS
   Officials shall indicate to the benches when
    the warning signal has sounded
   Coaches should immediately prepare
    players to return to the floor
   The game should promptly resume when
    the second horn is sounded
        30-SECOND TIME-OUTS
   If a team does not have the court ready
    for play following any time-out, a team
    warning for delay shall be issued
   If the court is ready, but the players are
    delaying, the resumption of play procedure
    should be followed
   Cheerleaders or other on-court
    entertainment are not permitted on the
    court during a 30-second time-out (5-11-2)
         GRANTING TIME-OUTS
   Coaches attempting to call a time-out
    during playing action are a continuing
    problem
   When player control is lost, officials must
    concentrate on playing action while
    attempting to determine if a time-out
    should be granted
         GRANTING TIME-OUTS
   A request for a time-out does not
    guarantee that a time-out will be granted
   Player control must be clearly established
   Officials should not grant a time-out until
    player control is obvious
                 UNIFORMS
   Committee still concerned with use of
    uniforms in unsporting ways
   Marked improvement last year, but still
    need to enforce proper wearing of uniform
   Jerseys must be tucked in and shorts
    pulled up above the hips
   New – guidelines established for wearing
    headbands and sweatbands
                  UNIFORMS -
                 UNDERSHIRTS
   Increase in illegal undershirts being worn
   If visible, the undershirt…
       Shall be similar in color to the torso of the
        jersey
       Shall be hemmed and not have frayed or
        ragged edges
       Sleeves must be the same length
   Visible markings are NOT permitted
       manufacturer’s logo/trademark/reference
       school’s mascot/logo
           UNIFORMS –
       COMPRESSION SLEEVES
   Increase in players wearing sleeves for
    various reasons
   Legal – Compression sleeves worn for
    medical reasons
   Illegal – Decorative sleeves made of cotton
    or other non-supportive materials
          INTENTIONAL FOULS
   May be personal or technical foul
   Neutralizes opponent's obvious
    advantageous position
   May or may not be premeditated
   Not based solely on the severity of the act
   Excessive contact with an opponent even
    while playing the ball
           INTENTIONAL FOULS
   Contact specifically designed to stop or
    keep the clock from starting
       Away from the ball
       When not making a legitimate attempt to
        play the ball or player
          INTENTIONAL FOULS
   Fouling late in the game is an accepted
    coaching strategy
   There is a right way and a wrong way to
    foul
   Coaches must instruct players in proper
    technique for strategic fouling
   "Going for the ball" must be done properly
      PROPER USE OF SIGNALS
   Movement away from consistent use of
    approved mechanics/signals
   Officials’ signals are a means of
    communicating to scorers, players,
    coaches, spectators and media
   Deviation from approved NFHS signals is
    unacceptable
          RULES ENFORCEMENT
   Closely Guarded –
       Officials must properly judge the six-foot
        distance and begin a closely-guarded count
        when a defender obtains a legal guarding
        position
       Failure to properly judge the six-foot
        distance gives the offensive player an unfair
        advantage
          RULES ENFORCEMENT
   Throw-ins –
       Adhere to designated spot throw-in locations
        – don’t get lazy
       Be aware of offensive and defensive players
        breaking the throw-in boundary plane and
        administer proper penalties
       After a made basket, begin the throw in
        count when the ball is at the disposal of the
        player
            RULES ENFORCEMENT
   Coaching Box –
       In states that authorize the use of the
        optional coaching box, the head coach is the
        only person on the bench that is permitted to
        stand and must remain in the coaching box
       All other bench personnel must remain
        seated at all times except:
           a team member reporting to the scorer’s table
           during time-outs or intermissions
           to spontaneously react to a play
            Official’s Uniform
• Smitty vs. Lanyard
  – State Association no longer mandates the
    smitty.
  – Local Association will dictate what is
    accepted
  – State Playoffs—ALL OFFICIALS MUST
    WEAR THE SAME! HAVE BOTH WITH
    YOU!
         State Championships
• Review currently underway evaluating
  the percentage/rotation plan used that
  includes all Associations.
• State Championship—must “sit” one (1)
  year.
• Regionals—eligible next year if don’t get
  a State Championship assignment
Primary Coverage
     Areas

         Both C and T
          should close
          down on shots.
Shot & Rebound
   Coverage
      Lead should not be
       positioned within
       lane lines
      Both C and T should
       close down on shots
      C is primarily
       responsible for
       weak side
       rebounding
Three-Point Shot
   Coverage
       If both C and T
        indicate the 3-pt
        attempt, T should
        referee the defense
        on the shooter and
        stay with the shot; C
        should release and
        cover rebounding
       C/T should mirror the
        other official’s “good”
        signal
Shot & Rebound
   Coverage
              Rotation Cues
L dictates rotation (don’t stay in lane)
Better to have two C’s than two T’s (this is
 why C is last to rotate)
L must officiate play in the post, even while
 moving across the lane
If the L begins to rotate and the ball is
 quickly reversed or a quick shot is taken,
 the L does not have to complete the
 rotation
Press Coverage
 C stays in
  backcourt
  L should
   have
   deepest
   player in
   front and
   boxed-in
Free Throws
      Calling official
       becomes T
      L administers all
       free throws
      C and T should
       close down on last
       shot attempt
                     Dealing with Coaches
•   #1 complaint I get is consistency, not in calls, but how officials treat/interact
    with coaches differently from Tuesday night to Friday night.
•   DO NOT let your emotional level match the emotional intensity of the coach.
•   Coaches are allowed to coach the players—not coach the officials!
•   Coaches who question calls are taking their chances. A courteous reminder of:
     –   “I’ll give it a look Coach” OR “That’s enough Coach” generally will suffice.
•   Officials should not allow bench personnel, INCLUDING assistant coaches, to
    badger them. Hold the head coach responsible for monitoring his/her bench.
•   When coaches are calm and professional in their approach, listen AND
    acknowledge them SO THEY KNOW THEY HAVE BEEN HEARD!
•   When coaches become overly irate and unsporting, they are not displaying
    proper conduct and need to be penalized.
•   Deal with inappropriate behavior early in the game with a warning.
•   RESPECT THE COACH—POSITIVE COMMUNICATION IS KEY.
           COMMUNICATION POINTS

• PEACEKEEPERS—ASK THE COACH TO STOP USING DEMONSTRATION(S)
  AND “TALK TO ME”. PUT YOUR HANDS BEHIND YOUR BACK OR AT YOUR
  SIDES…DEMONSTRATES YOU’RE RECEPTIVE.

• BODY LANGUAGE—HOW YOU APPROACH THE COACH IS CRITICAL.           LET
  HIM KNOW YOU’LL LISTEN. “COACH, IF IT HAPPENED THE WAY YOU SAID IT
  DID, I GOT IT WRONG.” This works because you are not admitting a
  mistake, putting up a defense or ignoring the coach completely.

• Eye Contact—HEAR THEM OUT.     “YES SIR/NO SIR”…TRY YOUR BEST TO
  REMAIN PROFESSIONAL. COACHES HAVE BEEN AROUND, AND IF YOU DON’T
  ANSWER THEIR QUESTION, THEY’LL FIGURE OUT ANOTHER WAY TO ASK IT.
         COMMUNICATION POINTS
• YOU CAN’T RESPOND ALL THE TIME. GIVE A SOLID ANSWER
  OR INDICATE YOU’VE HEARD WHAT HE/SHE SAID.
• SOMETIMES THIS WORKS…IT’S A JUDGMENT CALL. JUST LET
  THEM KNOW YOU’VE HEARD THEIR POINT!
• IF THE PLAY IS MOVING QUICKLY, YOU MUST SAY, “I’LL GET
  BACK WITH YOU COACH”.
• IF THE CONVERSATION IS ABOUT YOUR PARTNER SAY,
  “YOU’LL NEED TO DISCUSS THAT WITH MR./MS.
  ______________ WHEN HE/SHE GETS OVER HERE.”
• GIVE COACHES A COURTESY, TREAT PROFESSIONALLY, AND
  REMEMBER…TAKE THE HIGH ROAD, THERE WILL BE LESS
  TRAFFIC!
           STATE CHAMPIONSHIP REFS

•   TRIAD—ART HARDIN, LARRY DAVIS, JACK BENNETT

•   SOUTHWESTERN—BILLY RIGGS, DANIEL MOORE, BRIAN DEITRICK

•   WNCOA—JEFF HOFFMAN, LEONARD SMITH, C.J. STORIE

•   PIEDMONT—JACK HUSS, DARRYL COOK, DAVID BROWN

•   SOUTHEASTERN—KEN WINDLEY, RONALD TILLMAN, TOM EGAN

•   NORTHEASTERN—GEORGE JACKSON, BRIAN FAITHFUL, DON FLY

•   METROLINA—DAVID DAVIS, DAVID WEBSTER, VICTOR LEWIS

•   TRIANGLE—MIKE CHALK, DENNIS ANDREWS, FREDDIE WILLIAMS
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