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The changes will come into effect as of October 1, Among the biggest and most important changes are: Article 36 - Technical foul New rule: If a technical foul is called, 1 free throw shall be awarded. After the free throw, the game shall be resumed by the team which had control of the ball or was entitled to the ball from the point when the technical foul was called.
Reason for change: To avoid double penalty situation after a technical foul is called and to ensure the balance between team with the ball or without the ball. Article 29 - 24 seconds Amended rule: In these situations, the possession of the ball shall be awarded to the opponent team that previously had control of the ball. Then: If the throw-in is administered in the backcourt, the shot clock shall be reset to 24 seconds.
If the throw-in is administered in the frontcourt, the shot clock shall be reset to 14 seconds. If the throw-in shall be administered at the throw-in line opposite the scorer's table in the team's frontcourt, the shot clock shall be reset as follows: If 14 seconds or more is displayed on the shot clock at the time when the game clock was stopped, the shot clock shall be reset to 14 seconds.
If 13 seconds or less is displayed on the shot clock at the time when the game clock was stopped, the shot clock shall not be reset, but shall continue from the time it was stopped. If the throw-in shall be administered in the team's backcourt, the shot clock shall be reset to new 24 seconds or continue from the time it was stopped as defined by the rules.
Reason for change: To shorten the time the offensive team has at its disposal for a shot, once a team is already in the frontcourt. To allow for more opportunities for a shot for a field goal during the game.
Article 35 - Double foul New rule: Both fouls involve physical contact. Both fouls are between 2 opponents fouling each other. Both fouls have the same penalty. Reason for change: To simplify the rules principles in the situation when 2 opponents commit personal fouls against each other at approximately the same time.
Article 39 - Fighting New rule: Reason for change: To penalize team bench members for leaving the team bench area during the fight on the court differently whether they are actively involved in the fight or not. During any time of the game: after a foul was called on a shooter for an unsuccessful field goal whether 2 or 3 free throws shall be awarded. Whether a personal, unsportsmanlike or disqualifying foul met the criteria for such a foul or shall be up- or downgraded.
Throw-in after an unsportsmanlike or disqualifying foul New rule: All throw-ins as the part of an unsportsmanlike and disqualifying foul shall be administered from the throw-in line in the team's frontcourt.
Reason for change: To speed up the game, to allow for more possession thus for possibly more scoring. To eliminate complex situations after a throw-in from the center line. Posted 02 October - Perhaps the most significant change is an alteration to the punishment of technical fouls, which will no longer result in an automatic change of possession.
The offending team still concedes one free throw to its opponent, but the game will resume with the ball given to the team in possession when the foul was called. Another important amendment is aimed to prevent defensive players from slowing down the game in crunch time.
From now, players who cross the boundary line during the final two minutes of the fourth quarter or overtime, hoping to delay an inbound pass, will be penalized with a technical foul. There is potential for greater creativity from players and excitement for fans with the change that allows players to throw the ball against the backboard and regain possession without anyone else touching the ball, making it possible for players to assist themselves for an alley-oop dunk!
Posted 04 October - Ovo mi nejasno i cini mi se malo kontradiktorno u ova dva teksta. U situacijama kada se izvodi lopta u back-court, kada se resetuje sat na 24sec, a kada se nastavlja na vrijeme na kom je zaustavljen sat izmedju sec? A kontam.. Ok, nije losa opcija. Posted 05 November - Skoro sam gledao neku zensku kosarku gde komentator rece da to vise nije dozvoljeno, ali nije mi bilo jasno da li je mislio samo na zensku ili i na musku kosarku.
Mislim da taj skok sa leve na levu, pa korak desnom nije nikada ni bio dozvoljen. Imali smo rasprave o tome pre godina Ne znam za ranije, ali sada nije sigurno.
In the final two minutes of a game or in overtime, when coaches take a time out with possession of the ball they will be allowed to decide whether the subsequent throw-in is in the frontcourt or the backcourt. The decision will be communicated at the end of the time out.
If a live ball lodges between the ring and the backboard, unless between free throws and unless a possession of the ball is part of the foul penalty, it will be a jump ball situation resulting in an alternating possession throw-in. The shot clock shall be reset to 14 same offensive team or new 24 seconds change in offensive team. Whenever a foul or violation is called against the team in control of the ball, the shot clock shall be reset at 24 seconds if the throw-in is in the new backcourt,.
Posted 04 October - A kontam.. U kojim situacijama moze tim da izabira odakle ce da izvede loptu? Posted 05 November - Skoro sam gledao neku zensku kosarku gde komentator rece da to vise nije dozvoljeno, ali nije mi bilo jasno da li je mislio samo na zensku ili i na musku kosarku.
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