MDC/QIP Class

Sep 12, 2018 by

Members of IAABO Board #134 MDC/QIP Class Schedule 2018 – 2019 season : (Mon) Sept 10 & (Wed) Sept 12 Introduction/Welcome A. Points of Emphasis NHFS/IAABO #134 B. New Rules 2017 -2018 and 2018 -2019 (Mon) Sept.17 & (Wed) Sept. 19 Class Instruction A. Traveling e,g, Euro step/step back/spin move B. Block Charge (Mon) Sept 24 & (Wed) Sept. 26 Class Instruction A. Game Management  Game situations and scenerios B. 3 Person test (Mon) Oct. 1 (Wed) Oct. 3 Gym/Floor Time A. Court Coverage areas 2/3 person (Tennis shoes and sweatpants LTBD) (Mon) Oct. 8 & (Wed) Oct. 10 Class Instruction  A. Court and Equipment/ Officials and their duties B. Pregame – Lockeroom/floor w coaches and captains C. Postgame (Mon) Oct. 15                         ...

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Fall 2018 IAABO Applicant Class...

Aug 6, 2018 by

The Fall Applicant Class is tentatively scheduled to begin September, 2018 at Largo High School (Room 102), 7pm SHARP. Class will meet for approximately ten weeks, every Monday and Wednesday, from 7:00 pm till 9:00pm. All Board 134 Officials are welcome to come out to meet and greet the incoming class. If you know of anyone who is interested, please have them contact me for more info. Rodney Holland interpreter@iaabo134.org...

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2017-2018 NFHS Basketball Rules Changes...

Nov 6, 2017 by

2017-18 NFHS BASKETBALL RULES CHANGES 1-13-2   The coaching box shall be outlined outside the side of the court on which the scorer’s and timer’s table and team benches are located.  The area shall be bounded by a line drawn 28 feet from the end line towards the Division line. At this point a line drawn from the sideline toward the team bench becomes the end of the coaching box going towards the end line. Note:  State Associations may alter the length and placement of the 28 foot (maximum) coaching box. Effective Immediately.  Tape may be used to extend the 14-foot line to 28 feet Rationale:  The restriction of the coaching box penalizes the level of communication between coach and player.  Allowing a coach freedom to move within the new box between the 28’ mark...

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2017-2018 Interpretations

Nov 6, 2017 by

2017-18 Interpretations   2017-18  NFHS Basketball Preseason Guide Corrections: Page 8, Play 5 Ruling: Eliminate the last sentence, “Had A10 somehow made the three- pointer, …” It is incorrect; Page 8: The comment under the NFHS Foul Chart should read: If one of a multiple foul is intentional or flagrant, two free throws should be given for the intentional or flagrant foul. If the multiple foul includes an intentional foul and a flagrant foul, two free throws should be given for each foul. 2017-18 NFHS Basketball Case Book Alteration – 10.5.1 SITUATION B: At halftime, as the teams, coaches and officials are making their way through a hallway to the dressing room, a Team A member verbally abuses one of the officials. RULING: The official must decide if the offense is major. Under 4-48, if...

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2017-2018 NFHS Basketball Points of Emphasis...

Nov 6, 2017 by

1. Equipment worn on head for medical or religious reason. Specific procedures have been established for allowing a head covering to be worn for medical or religious reasons. A player who is required to wear a head covering for medical or religious reasons must provide a physician statement or appropriate documented evidence to the state association for approval. If approved, the state association shall provide written authorization to the school to be made available to officials. 2. Team control, throw-in. The relevance of team control during a throw-in only applies when a member of the throw- in team fouls. Such fouls shall be ruled team control fouls. Team control during a throw-in is NOT intended to be the same as player control/team control inbounds. Team control inbounds is established when a player from either...

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2015-2016 NFHS Rules Changes

Sep 25, 2015 by

2015-16 BASKETBALL RULE CHANGES   10-6-12 The following acts constitute a foul when committed against a ball handler/dribbler. A player becomes a ball handler when he/she receives the ball. This would include a player in a post position. a. Placing two hands on the player. b. Placing an extended arm bar on the player. c. Placing and keeping a hand on the player. d. Contacting the player more than once with the same hand or alternating hands. Rationale: The current rule covers the ball handler/dribbler situations but ignores the action that goes on in the post area with the hands, arm bars, etc. The additional language will clarify that the illegal acts should be ruled for every position on the floor. New Signal Establish a signal to be used after a basket is made...

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