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Video Breakdown The Key To Successful Officiating. How Well Do I Understand These Terms?. Legal Guarding Position Shot Attempt or Try Consistency. Rule Book Definitions. Legal Guarding Position Facing the opponent Both feet on the floor

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how well do i understand these terms
How Well Do I Understand These Terms?
  • Legal Guarding Position
  • Shot Attempt

or Try

  • Consistency
rule book definitions
Rule Book Definitions

Legal Guarding Position

  • Facing the opponent
  • Both feet on the floor
  • Once established, may move to maintain- but not towards player.
  • Dribbler – no time and distance.
  • W/O Ball – time & distance apply – 1-2 steps.

Shot Attempt

Starts……when continuous movement preceding the release of the ball has started.

Ends……ball has left player’s hands OR both feet have returned to the floor.

rule book definitions1
Rule Book Definitions


Oxford Dictionary – the quality of achieving a level of

performance which does not

vary greatly in quality over


In basketball terms…..calling the

same game on both ends of the

floor, from tip off to final buzzer.

why break down game film
Why Break Down Game Film?

It’s Your Number #1 Officiating Tool!

  • Video Does Not Lie!
  • Find A Way To Get Video of your game.
  • If you want to improve,

take the time to watch

yourself work.

  • Make notes on calls

(correct and incorrect)

as well as positions

and review them prior

to your next game.

things to look for
Things to Look for……
  • First, look only at your non-verbal

appearance to see if it answers what you want it to….calm, confident, happy to be here and ready to run the game.

  • Look at your movement…

how you run and move

in to position.

how to analyze
How to Analyze ……

While viewing, hit pause occasionally, paying attention to where the officials are.

  • Are they in the correct position with open looks?
  • Are they focusing on their primary?

When looking at specific plays, correct or not correct, always stop the video and ask the question – WHY?

  • Did we miss it due to poor

positioning, or did we get

it right due to good


focus on
Focus On…
  • Coverage
    • Primary
    • Secondary
    • Competitive Matchups
    • Active and Engaged
  • Open Angles
  • Position Adjustments
  • Rotations
  • Transition Speed
  • Play Calling Accuracy
  • Mechanics
  • Body Language
  • Athleticism
contact marginal or illegal
Contact…Marginal or Illegal

Specific Plays We Need To

Pay Attention To On Video…

  • Displacement
  • Freedom of Movement
  • RSBQ
    • Rhythm
    • Speed
    • Balance
    • Quickness
  • Start/Develop/Finish
  • Impact to dribbler, shooter and


certainty of calls
Certainty of Calls…..

Do you think versus

Do you know?

Eliminate Guesswork!

Consider Time Of Game!

Fouls on Key Players!

4th Quarter



  • NO 50/50 CALLS!
critique yourself
Critique Yourself…..
  • Critique Yourself……
  • Be your own worst critic.
  • Be honest with yourself.
  • Be open to feedback from
  • others.
  • Ask for help from other successful
  • officials, not your best friend.
  • Try suggestions before you
  • dismiss them.
  • Understand – your “A” game is the
  • way you should be reffing every
  • time you take the court.