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Frank Lollino Jr. is a seasoned and accomplished basketball coach who has over a decade of experience in inspiring young athletes to reach their full potential on the basketball court. He has been a member of the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association since 1999, the Chicago Public League Basketball Coaches Association since 2009 and the NJCAA Basketball Coaches Association since 1997.

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Frank lollino jr field goals

Frank Lollino Jr. - Field Goals

“A field goal attempt is a player’s attempt to shoot the ball into his basket for a field goal. The act of shooting starts when, in the official’s judgment, the player has started his shooting motion and continues until the shooting motion ceases and he returns to a normal floor position. It is not essential that the ball leave the shooter’s hand. His arm(s) might be held so that he cannot actually make an attempt. The term is also used to include the flight of the ball until it becomes dead or is touched by a player. A tap during a jump ball or rebound is not considered a field goal attempt. However, anytime a live ball is in flight toward the rim from the playing court, the goal, if made, shall count, even if time expires or the official’s whistle sounds. The field goal will not be scored if time on the game clock expires before the ball leaves the player’s hand or the ball is in flight toward the rim.”

Frank lollino jr being a team player

Frank Lollino Jr.Being a Team Player

Frank Lollino Jr. is a basketball coach from Illinois who has over a decade of experience in turning around programs and bringing teams to victory. One of the biggest values he puts an emphasis on is teamwork, which is especially important in the game of basketball. In basketball, teammates must work together in order to make plays that will fool their opponents and give them a clear shot at the hoop. In order to pull off these plays, bonds between each player on the team must be established so that the chemistry is there to make the plays happen. And establishing these bonds comes with the acknowledgement of the values below.

First, one must understand the value of the team’s interests, and selflessly commit to those interests.

Traveling and more

Traveling and More

Frank Lollino Jr. Has a sound understanding of all the rules in the NBA, however the Official NBA Rule Book still sums it up best. Here are the rules on traveling,held balls, screens and more.

Frank Lollino Jr. is a pit bull enthusiast; and his two pit bulls, Ruby and Primo, are well-behaved and sweet animals that he loves to have as company.

Timing is everything

Timing is Everything

Frank Lollino Jr. is a basketball coach who knows that timing is everything. When coaches and players know the proper functioning of the time clock and how the time keepers manage the clock, they are then able to not only work within it, but also find ways to use it to their advantage.

  • All periods of regulation play in the NBA will be twelve minutes.

  • b. All overtime periods of play will be five minutes.

  • c. Fifteen minutes will be permitted between halves of all games.

  • d. 130 seconds will be permitted between the first and second periods, the third and fourth periods and before any overtime period.

  • e. A team is permitted a total of 30 seconds to replace a disqualified player.

  • f. The game is considered to be in the two-minute part when the game clock shows 2:00 or less time remaining in the period.

  • g. The public address operator is required to announce that there are two minutes remaining in each period.

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