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TWO-Person Mechanics. Pre Game & Jump Ball. Position Direction & arrow. Position of two officials during pre-game warm-up. TEAM BENCH. TEAM BENCH. U. R. DIRECTION AND ARROW. U. L. R. T.

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pre game jump ball
Pre Game & Jump Ball
  • Position
  • Direction & arrow
slide4

DIRECTION AND ARROW

U

L

R

T

The referee faces the table. The umpire takes a position near the division line and boundary line. When the possession of the ball progresses into a teams frontcourt, the umpire shall go with the ball and become the Lead Official. The referee will become the Trail Official.

primary coverage area
Primary coverage area
  • Ball coverage
  • Off ball coverage
  • Line responsibilities
  • Move for the best angles
  • Count responsibilities
  • Trail works an arc
  • Lead position & movement on the end line
  • Delay offense
slide6

BALL COVERAGE – PRIMARY COVERAGE AREAS

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

T

ball

L

THE LEAD HAS ON BALL COVERAGE. THE TRAIL IS OFF BALL AND OFFICIATING ACTION IN THE SHADED AREA.

slide7

BALL COVERAGE – PRIMARY COVERAGE AREAS

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

T

ball

L

THE TRAIL HAS ON BALL COVERAGE. THE LEAD OFFICIAL IS OFF BALL AND OFFICIATING ACTION IN THE UNSHADED AREA.

slide8

BALL COVERAGE – PRIMARY COVERAGE AREAS

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

T

ball

L

THE TRAIL HAS ON BALL COVERAGE AND IS OFFICIATING THE HIGH ACTION IN THE SHADED AREA. THE LEAD IS OFF BALL AND MUST HELP WITH OFF BALL COVERAGE BY EXTENDING TO THE OTHER SIDE OF THE KEY BECAUSE THE BALL IS HIGH.

slide9

OFF BALL COVERAGE – 3 POINT IN LEAD AREA

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

T

T

o

x

x

o

x

o

L

x

o

x

L

o

ball

THE LEAD MOVES TO A POSITION TO GET THE THREE POINT LINE COVERED WHEN THE BALL IS IN THIS AREA. THE TRAIL OFFICIAL POSITIONS TO COVER THE SIGNIFICANT ACTION OFF THE BALL.

slide10

OFF BALL COVERAGE – BALL IN TRAIL AREA

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

ball

o

T

x

o

o

x

x

x

o

x

L

o

THE TRAIL OFFICIAL HAS BALL WHILE THE LEAD OFFICIAL WORKS THE KEY FOR GOOD COVERAGE OFF THE BALL.

slide11

LEAD “BALL SIDE” PRIMARY CHANGED

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

L

LEAD PRIMARY

COVERAGE

L

ball

T

LEAD ROTATES ACROSS TO GET BETTER POST COVERAGE. ASSUMES ADDITIONAL COVERAGE

THE COVERAGE AREA FOR THE BALL-SIDE LEAD IS NOW EXTENDED TO THE AREA BETWEEN THE THREE POINT ARC AND THE CLOSEST LANE LINE, BELOW THE FREE THROW LINE EXTENDED. IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT THE EXTENDED COVERAGE ONLY APPLIES WHEN THE LEAD MOVES BALL-SIDE . IF THE LEAD STAYS OPPOSITE THE FLOOR IS “BALANCED”

slide12

DELAY OFFENSE

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

L

O

L

O

X

X

O

X

T

X

X

O

O

T

COVERAGE FOR THE “DELAY” OR “FOUR CORNER”

OFFENSE.

throw ins
Throw-ins
  • Box players in
  • Bump & Run
  • Switch on Sideline throw-ins
  • Designate spot
slide14

BOX PLAYERS IN

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

T2

L1

ball

ball

L2

T1

FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE THROW IN IN THE FRONTCOURT, THE LEAD OFFICIAL IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ENTIRE END LINE AND THE NEARER SIDELINE. THE TRAIL OFFICIAL IS RESPONSIBLE FOR HIS/HER ENTIRE NEARER SIDELINE AND DIVISION LINE.

slide15

BOX PLAYERS IN

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

T2

L1

L2

T1

THE SIDELINE RESPONSIBILITIES CHANGES FROM POSITION 1 TO POSITION 2. EACH OFFICIAL WILL HANDLE THE THROW-IN OR OUT-OF-BOUNDS PLAY ALONG HIS/HER DESIGNATED LINES. OFFICIALS POSITION SHOULD NOT BE STATIONARY. THE OFFICIALS SHOULD ALWAYS BE MOVING TO GET PROPER ANGLE COVERAGE.

slide16

THROW IN POSITION - BOX PLAYERS IN

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

T

FRONT

COURT

L

O

LEAD OFFICIAL ADMINISTERS THE THROW-IN ON THE SIDELINE FOR WHICH HE/SHE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR. IF THE DESIGNATED SPOT FOR THE THROW-IN IS HALF WAY BETWEEN THE FREE THROW LINE EXTENDED AND AT THE END LINE, THE LEAD REMAINS ON THE ENDLINE AND WILL BOUNCE THE BALL TO THE THROWER. THE SAME PROCEDURE IS USED ON THE OPPOSITE SIDELINE

slide17

SWITCH ON SIDELINE THROW-INS

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

T

O ball

L

FRONT

COURT

L

T

LEAD OFFICIAL ADMINISTERS THE THROW-IN FOR WHICH HE/SHE IS RESPONSIBLE. IF THE DESIGNATED SPOT FOR THE THROW-IN IS MORE THAN HALF WAY BETWEEN THE BASELINE AND THE FREE THROW LIN EEXTENDED, THE LEAD OFFICIAL ADMINISTERING THE THROW-IN WILL NOW BECOME THE NEW TRAIL. THE ORIGINAL TRAIL BECOMES THE NEW LEAD. THE SAME PROCEDURE IS USED ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE.

slide18

BOX PLAYERS IN – BUMP AND RUN

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

o

T

ball

T

Front

court

L

L

TRAIL OFFICIAL ADMINISTERS ALL THROW-INS IN THE BACKCOURT. TRAIL OFFICIAL HOLDS THE BALL UNTIL THE LEAD OFFICIAL IS DOWN COURT AND ACROSS SO THAT BOTH SIDELINES, THE END LINE AND THE DIVISION LINE CAN BE ADEQUATELY COVERED. THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE TRAIL OFFICIAL TO USE THE BOUNCE PASS FOR THE THROW-IN.

slide19

DESIGNATED SPOT

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

ENDLINE VS SIDELINE

slide20

DESIGNATED SPOT AFTER TECHNICAL FOUL

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

L

T

ball

AFTER A TECHNICAL FOUL, THE THROW-IN SHALL

BE ADMINISTERED AT THE DIVISION LINE ON THE

SIDE COURT OPPOSITE THE TABLE

fouls
Fouls
  • Proper sequence of signals
  • Designate throw in spot
  • Get the CORRECT shooter
  • Switch on ALL fouls
slide22

PROPER SEQUENCE OF SIGNALS

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

FOUL

REPORTING

AREA

slide23

SWITCH ON ALL FOULS

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

D

12

ball

4

D

L

FOUL CALLED

10

D

D

24

D

32

T

FREEZE FIELD

OF VISION

FOUL CALLED BY LEAD

TRAIL “FREEZES FIELD OF VISION”

slide24

SWITCH ON ALL FOULS

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

D

12

ball

4

D

L

10

D

MOVES NEAR AND

INFORMS PLAYER

D

24

D

32

T

OBSERVES ALL

PLAYERS

LEAD OFFICIAL THAT CALL ED THE FOUL MOVES

NEAR THE PLAY AND INFORMS PLAYERS.

TRAIL OFFICIAL OBSERVES ALL PLAYERS.

slide25

SWITCH ON ALL FOULS

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

D

12

ball

4

D

L

REPORT THE FOUL

10

D

L

D

24

D

32

T

OBSERVES ALL

PLAYERS

LEAD OFFICIAL GOES AROUND ALL PLAYER TO REPORT THE FOUL TO THE BENCH

TRAIL OFFICIAL OBSERVES ALL PLAYERS, WHILE MAKING SWITCH TO LEAD POSITION

slide26

SWITCH ON ALL FOULS – AFTER REPORTING FOUL

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

OBSERVE BOTH

BENCHES

L

LEAD MOVES TO

REPORTING POSITION

THE OFFICIAL OBSERVES BOTH BENCHES WHILE MOVING WHILE MOVING TO REPORTING POSITION.

free throws
Free Throws
  • Lane Positions
  • Lane Responsibilities
slide28

LANE RESPONSIBILITY – LEAD POSITION

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

O

L

X

O

X

X

O

O

X

O

X

T

WHEN THE BALL IS NOT GOING TO BE REBOUNDED AFTER THE SHOT THE LEAD IS ONE STEP OFF THE ENDLINE AND ONE STEP PAST THE LANE LINE

slide29

LANE RESPONSIBILITY – LEAD POSITION

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

O

L

X

O

X

X

O

O

X

O

X

T

WHEN THE BALL IS GOING TO BE PLAYED AFTER THE SHOT THE LEAD IS 5 TO 6 FEET OFF THE ENDLINE AND 3 TO 4 FEET PAST THE LANE LINE TOWARD THE SIDELINE.

slide30

LANE RESPONSIBILITY – TRAIL POSITION

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

L

O

OR

L

X

O

X

X

O

O

X

O

X

T

TRAIL IS ONE OR TWO STEPS BEYOND THE FREE THROW LINE AND TWO-THIRDS BACK BETWEEN THE FREE THROW LANE AND THE SIDELINE FOR ALL FREE THROWS.

TRAIL COUNTS WITH TABLE SIDE HAND AND RAISES TABLE SIDE HAND ON LAST SHOT.

slide31

PRIMARY LANE RESPONSIBILITIES OF EACH OFFICIAL

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

L

O

OR

L

X

O

X

X

O

O

X

O

X

T

TRAIL OFFICIAL WATCHES TOP TWO SPACES ON OPPOSITE LANE LINE, FREE THROW LINE AND FLIGHT OF BALL, THEN CONCENTRATES ON FOULS AND REBOUNDING ACTION.

LEAD OFFICIAL WATCHES OPPOSITE LANE LINE PLUS FIRST SPACE TABLE SIDE, THEN CONCENTRATES ON FOULS AND REBOUNDING ACTION.

violations out of bounds
Violations out of bounds
  • ALWAYS stop the clock FIRST
  • Use proper signals
  • Don’t draw attention to yourself
  • Don’t turn your back to the players
time out
Time Out
  • Positions – Communicate spot of

throw in

  • Direction-holding the ball
  • Warning Signal
  • Resumption of play procedure
slide34

TWO PERSON 60 SECOND TIME OUT

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

L

T

THROW IN SPOT X

slide35

TWO PERSON 30 SECOND TIME OUT

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

L

T

THROW IN SPOT X

try for goal
Try for goal
  • Follow shooter to the floor
  • Basket interference/Goaltending
  • Lead cannot be in the paint
  • Trail close down for rebounds
3 point try
3 point try
  • Responsibility for attempt
  • Signal attempt
  • Trail mirrors lead on good basket
slide38

RESPONSIBILITY FOR ATTEMPT

TEAM BENCH

TEAM BENCH

T

SHOOTER

L

SHOOTER

THE TRAIL OFFICIAL MUST WORK HARD TO COVER THREE POINT TRY FROM THIS AREA.

THE LEAD OFFICIAL IS WELL OFF THE END LINE AND FOCUSES ON THE AREA OFF THE BALL (EXTENDED ACROSS THE KEY).

last second shot
Last second shot
  • Trail’s responsibility
  • Responsibility in transition
  • Communicate who has the shot
  • Official has whistle at the buzzer
  • Pre-game it
slide40

QUESTIONS

THANK YOU FOR BEING AN OFFICIAL

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