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OCBOA THREE PERSON CLINIC. By Daryl Gelinas & Kevin Smith. PREGAME WARM UP POSITIONS. PREGAME RESPONSIBILITIES. ARRIVE ON FLOOR 20 MINUTES PRIOR TO TIP-OFF REFEREE - DIVISION LINE U1 - HOME TEAM U2 – VISITORS OBSERVE PLAYERS DUNKING JEWELRY ETC. PREGAME RESPONSIBILITIES.

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Ocboa three person clinic

OCBOA THREE PERSON CLINIC

By Daryl Gelinas & Kevin Smith


Pregame warm up positions

PREGAME WARM UP POSITIONS


Pregame responsibilities

PREGAME RESPONSIBILITIES

  • ARRIVE ON FLOOR 20 MINUTES PRIOR TO TIP-OFF

  • REFEREE - DIVISION LINE

  • U1 - HOME TEAM

  • U2 – VISITORS

  • OBSERVE PLAYERS

    • DUNKING

    • JEWELRY ETC.


Pregame responsibilities1

PREGAME RESPONSIBILITIES

  • 12:00 MIN - CAPTAINS

  • 10:00 MIN - REFEREE TO SCORERS TABLE

  • AROUND 2:00 - MEET COACHES


Jump ball

JUMP BALL

  • REFEREE – TOSS

  • U1 - CHOP CLOCK

  • U2 - OPPOSITE TABLE


Jump ball1

JUMP BALL


Timeout positions

TIMEOUT POSITIONS


Three things officials must always be aware of

THREE THINGS OFFICIALS MUST ALWAYS BE AWARE OF:

  • LOCATION OF BALL

  • LOCATION OF OTHER OFFICIALS

  • LOCATION OF PLAYERS


Primary court coverage

PRIMARY COURT COVERAGE


Court coverage lead

COURT COVERAGE - LEAD


Lead transition

LEAD TRANSITION

  • DON’T BAIL FROM TRAIL

    • STEP IN - THEN GO

  • DON’T TURN BACK

    • SHOULDERS OPEN

    • HEAD LOOKING BACK

  • HUSTLE TO LEAD

    • BE THERE TO ACCEPT THE PLAY

    • BETTER TO MAKE CALLS WHEN YOU ARE STATIONARY


Floor coverage lead

FLOOR COVERAGE - LEAD

  • SET-UP

    • MIDWAY BETWEEN 3 PT. ARC AND LANE LINE

    • UNLESS BALL DICTATES OTHERWISE

  • DON’T SQUARE UP TO BASELINE

    • SLIGHTLY TURNED

    • REFEREE FROM AN OUTSIDE-IN POSITION WHEN POSSIBLE


Floor coverage lead1

FLOOR COVERAGE - LEAD

  • FIND COMPETITIVE MATCH-UPS

    • POST PLAY

  • BIG PICTURE MENTALITY


Rotation

ROTATION

  • REFERS TO A LIVE BALL SITUATION WHEREBY THE LOCATION OF THE BALL KEYS THE L TO INITIATE A ROTATION.


Lead rotation

LEAD ROTATION

  • LEAD OFFICIAL DICTATES ROTATION

  • LOCATION OF BALL DICTATES THE ROTATION OF THE LEAD OFFICIAL

  • LOOK FOR REASONS TO ROTATE

    • BALL

    • POST PLAY


Close down

CLOSE DOWN

  • REFERS TO OFFICIALS MOVEMENT BY MOVEMENT OF THE BALL

    • TRAIL TOWARD ENDLINE (STEP OR TWO)

    • LEAD TOWARD LANE LINE EXTENDED (STEP OR TWO)


Lead rotation1

LEAD ROTATION

  • CLOSE DOWN

  • ROTATE WITH PURPOSEFUL MOVEMENT

    • 50%

    • 75%

    • 90%

  • OK TO STOP AT LANE LINE

  • REFEREE NEXT COMPETIVE AREA WHILE IN ROTATION


Court coverage trail

COURT COVERAGE – TRAIL


Trail transiton

TRAIL TRANSITON

  • 2-3 STRIDES BEHIND THE PLAY

    • DON’T OVERRUN BALL

  • RESPONSIBLE FOR THE BALL UNTIL IT REACHES FRONT COURT

  • DON’T HUG SIDELINE

    • COME ONTO FLOOR


Big picture mentality

BIG PICTURE MENTALITY

  • MOVING TO AN ANGLE THAT ENABLES AN OFFICIAL TO SEE HIS OR HER PRIMARY MATCH-UP AND AS MANY OF THE OTHER EIGHT PLAYERS AS POSSIBLE.

  • REFEREE OUT OF TOP & BOTTOM OF EYES AT THE SAME TIME

  • EXAMPLE:

    • SEE FLOOR, CEILING AND BOTH WALLS


Court coverage trail1

COURT COVERAGE - TRAIL

  • TRAIL AREA

    • 28 FT. LINE

    • AS LOW AS TIP OF CIRCLE EXTENDED

  • BIG PICTURE MENTALITY

  • START, DEVELOP, AND FINISH

  • NBA STATISTIC

    • TRAIL CORRECT 95%


Trail rotation

TRAIL ROTATION

  • KNOW LOCATION OF THE BALL

  • AS BALL LEAVES

    • TRANSITION FROM ON BALL TO OFF BALL

  • CLOSE DOWN

    • TOP OF CIRCLE

  • WHEN LEAD ROTATES

    • BECOMES CENTER


Court coverage center

COURT COVERAGE - CENTER


Center transition

CENTER - TRANSITION

  • HOLD POSITION BEFORE RELEASE

    • ONE STEP BACK

  • STAY OPEN

    • DON’T TURN BACK

  • TRANSITION SPEED DETERMINED BY SPEED OF THE DEFENSIVE PLAYERS

  • HELP ON PRESSING SITUATIONS

  • RESPONSIBLE FOR MIDDLE 3RD


Court coverage center1

COURT COVERAGE - CENTER

  • SLOT AREA - LIMITS

    • BOTTOM TIP OF CIRCLE

    • TIP OF CIRCLE EXT.

    • BALL/PLAYERS DICTATES LOCATION

  • TRAIL MENTALITY

    • MOVEMENT TOWARDS UPPER TIP OF CIRCLE AND ONTO FLOOR TO OBTAIN OPEN LOOKS

    • NOT SQUARED TO SIDELINE

  • ADJUST TO:

    • OFFENSE ALLIGNMENT

    • OPEN LOOKS


Court coverage center2

COURT COVERAGE - CENTER

  • PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY IS OFF THE BALL COVERAGE

  • MAY HAVE ON-BALL UNTIL THE LEAD ROTATES

  • START, DEVELOP, AND FINISH

  • REFEREE DEFENSE


Rotation center

ROTATION - CENTER

  • REFEREE ON BALL UNTIL LEAD ROTATES

  • BALL/LEAD WILL DICTATE ROTATION

  • OBTAIN BEST POSITION TO GET AN OPEN LOOK UNTIL LEAD COMPLETES ROTATION


Double whistles

DOUBLE WHISTLES

  • RECOGNIZE DBL. WHISTLE

  • DON’T SIGNAL (FIST OR HAND)

  • TAKE THE CALL IN YOUR PRIMARY

  • VIOLATION VS. FOUL


Switch

SWITCH

  • REFERS TO A DEAD BALL SITUATION CREATED BY AN OFFICIAL WHO CALLS A FOUL


Switching on fouls

SWITCHING ON FOULS

  • FRONT COURT

    • CALLING OFFICIAL REPORTS FOUL AND GOES TABLE SIDE

    • IF ALREADY TABLE SIDE, OFFICIAL WILL REMAIN TABLE SIDE

  • BACK COURT

    • PUSH, UNLESS FT’S.

  • FREE THROW

    • CALLING OFFICIAL WILL BECOME TRAIL OFFICIAL TABLE SIDE


Free throw coverage

FREE THROW COVERAGE


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