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Officiating Fundamentals. TRAVELING. November 30, 2009. Why is this an important topic?. 2009-10 Point of Emphasis.

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Officiating fundamentals

Officiating Fundamentals

TRAVELING

November 30, 2009


Why is this an important topic
Why is this an important topic?

2009-10 Point of Emphasis

1. TRAVELING. The traveling rule has not changed; however, the committee is still concerned that the rule is not being properly enforced. Consequently, offensive players are gaining a tremendous advantage. Areas of specific concern are: the spin move, the step-through move, the jump stop, perimeter shooters taking an extra “hop” prior to releasing the try and ball handlers lifting the pivot foot prior to releasing the ball on the dribble. The key to determining the legality of those moves is to first find the pivot foot. Then, if the player moves a foot or the feet in any direction in excess of prescribed limits, a traveling violation has occurred. Officials must know the rule, find the pivot foot and improve call accuracy; coaches must demand that players execute this skill properly, especially in practice; players must continue to develop this basic skill and practice performing legal moves.


Why do we need to get better
Why do we need to get better?

  • 98% of the traveling calls we make are correct!

  • Only 2% of the traveling calls we make are not violations (look funny)!

  • In some cases we’re not calling a travel violation when one occurs!

  • Offense gains a tremendous advantage when this happens!


Definition
DEFINITION

SECTION 44 TRAVELING

Traveling (running with the ball) is moving a foot or feet in any direction in excess of prescribed limits while holding the ball.


Definition1
DEFINITION

Article 1

…A player who catches the ball with both feet on the floor, may pivot, using either foot. When one foot is lifted, the other is the pivot foot.




Definition2
DEFINITION

Article 2

…A player who catches the ball while moving or dribbling, may stop, and establish a pivot foot as follows:

a. If both feet are off the floor and the player lands:

1. Simultaneously on both feet, either foot may be the pivot.



Definition3
DEFINITION

Article 2

…A player who catches the ball while moving or dribbling, may stop, and establish a pivot foot as follows:

a. If both feet are off the floor and the player lands:

2. On one foot followed by the other, the first foot to touch is the pivot.



Definition4
DEFINITION

Article 2

…A player who catches the ball while moving or dribbling, may stop, and establish a pivot foot as follows:

a. If both feet are off the floor and the player lands:

3. On one foot, the player may jump off that foot and simultaneously land on both. Neither foot can be a pivot in this case.



Definition5
DEFINITION

Article 2

…A player who catches the ball while moving or dribbling, may stop, and establish a pivot foot as follows:

b. If one foot is on the floor:

1. It is the pivot when the other foot touches in a step.



Definition6
DEFINITION

Article 2

…A player who catches the ball while moving or dribbling, may stop, and establish a pivot foot as follows:

a. If one foot is on the floor:

2. The player may jump off that foot and simultaneously land on both. Neither foot can be a pivot in this case.



Definition7
DEFINITION

Article 3

…After coming to a stop and establishing a pivot foot:

a. The pivot foot may be lifted, but not returned to the floor, before the ball is released on a pass or try for goal.


Definition8
DEFINITION

Article 3

…After coming to a stop and establishing a pivot foot:

b. If the player jumps, neither foot may be returned to the floor before the ball is released on a pass or try for goal.


Definition9
DEFINITION

Article 3

…After coming to a stop and establishing a pivot foot:

c. The pivot foot may not be lifted before the ball is released, to start a dribble.


Definition10
DEFINITION

Article 4

…After coming to a stop when neither foot can be a pivot:

a. One or both feet may be lifted, but may not be returned to the floor before the ball is released on a pass or try for goal.


Receiving a pass with both feet off the floor3
Receiving a pass with both feet off the floor

What can A1 legally do?

Pass

Try for goal

Call Timeout

Start a dribble

Can A1 lift one or both feet off the floor?

NO Pivot Foot

Yes

After lifting one foot can A1 start a dribble?

NO


Definition11
DEFINITION

Article 4

…After coming to a stop when neither foot can be a pivot:

b. Neither foot may be lifted before the ball is released, to start a dribble.


Definition12
DEFINITION

Article 5

…A player holding the ball:

a. May not touch the floor with a knee or any other part of the body other than hand or foot.


Definition13
DEFINITION

Article 5

…A player holding the ball:

b. After gaining control while on the floor and touching with other than hand or foot, may not attempt to get up or stand.






A1 receives a pass while airborne and returns to the playing court
A1 receives a pass while airborne and returns to the playing court

What can A1 legally do at this point?

Pass

Try for Goal

Call Timeout

VIOLATION?

NO!


While airborne on a try b1 touches the ball
While airborne on a try, B1 touches the ball court

A1 holds the ball and returns to the floor

Violation?

YES!


While airborne on a try b1 touches the ball1
While airborne on a try, B1 touches the ball court

A1 drops the ball to the floor and touches it first after it bounces

Violation?

YES!


While airborne on a try
While airborne on a try court

A1 fumbles the ball then drops it to the floor and touches it first after it bounces

Violation?

NO!


Definition14
DEFINITION court

FUMBLE. A fumble is the accidental loss of player control when the ball unintentionally drops or slips from a player’s grasp.


While airborne on a try1
While airborne on a try court

A1 fumbles the ball, then secures it and returns to the floor

Violation?

NO!

Can A1 now start a dribble?

Yes!

Can A1 pivot?

NO! (only when the original pivot foot never moved)


A1 secures a loose ball on the floor while lying on his her stomach
A1 secures a loose ball on the floor while lying on his/her stomach

What is A1 allowed to do without violating?

pass

shoot

Start a dribble

Call Timeout


A1 secures a loose ball on the floor while lying on his her back
A1 secures a loose ball on the floor while lying on his/her back

What is A1 allowed to do without violating?

pass

shoot

Start a dribble

Call Timeout

Sit up


While a1 is on the floor he she puts the ball on the floor and rises
While A1 is on the floor, he/she puts the ball on the floor and rises….

…and is the first to touch the ball after rising.

VIOLATION?

YES!


4 simple steps to officiating traveling
4 Simple Steps to Officiating Traveling and rises….

  • Find the pivot foot immediately when the player is holding the ball and is in contact with the floor.

  • Ensure the pivot foot is not lifted prior to the start of a dribble.

  • While holding the ball, the pivot foot may be lifted, but may not be returned to the floor prior to the release of the ball on a pass or try for goal.

  • A player may never take 2 steps while holding the ball.


Traveling
Traveling and rises….

Let’s go to the video!


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