BASKETBALL GENERAL MECHANICS GENERAL MECHANICS Mechanics must be

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BASKETBALL GENERAL MECHANICS

BASKETBALL GENERAL MECHANICS

GENERAL MECHANICS Mechanics must be uniform They tell the story to coaches and spectators

GENERAL MECHANICS Mechanics must be uniform They tell the story to coaches and spectators They help officials communicate to each other Use NFHS mechanics

1. General A. Importance of proper mechanics and positioning B. Watch and work with

1. General A. Importance of proper mechanics and positioning B. Watch and work with other officials C. Proper repetition builds good mechanics D. Don’t draw attention to yourself E. Have others critique you F. Practice your mechanics

2. Pre-game duties A. Stretch and warm-up off the court B. Inspect the facilities

2. Pre-game duties A. Stretch and warm-up off the court B. Inspect the facilities C. Test the game ball D. Check the players Match with scorebook Equipment Jewelry E. Coaches and captains meeting Emphasize good sportsmanship

3. Review at Main Table A. Timing provisions B. Scoring provisions C. Possession arrow

3. Review at Main Table A. Timing provisions B. Scoring provisions C. Possession arrow D. Substitutions E. Foul situations F. Official warnings G. Starters/Roster

4. Jump Ball A. Mechanics B. Proper toss C. Possible re-toss D. Check possession

4. Jump Ball A. Mechanics B. Proper toss C. Possible re-toss D. Check possession arrow

5. Foul Calls A. Non-calling official should freeze B. Double whistle situations C. Designate

5. Foul Calls A. Non-calling official should freeze B. Double whistle situations C. Designate shooter or out-of-bounds spot D. Reporting mechanics E. Switch positions(2 or 3 -person) F. Hold on time-out requests

6. Free-Throw Administration A. Multiple throws B. Lane responsibilities C. Signaling D. Communication E.

6. Free-Throw Administration A. Multiple throws B. Lane responsibilities C. Signaling D. Communication E. Technical/Intentional Foul

7. Throw-ins A. Partner eye-contact B. Check for substitutes C. Line responsibilities(2 or 3

7. Throw-ins A. Partner eye-contact B. Check for substitutes C. Line responsibilities(2 or 3 -person) D. No unnecessary whistles E. Hand or Bounce the ball Hand on baseline Bounce on sideline with pressure

8. Timing Counts A. Three seconds B. Five seconds (throw-ins and closely guarded) C.

8. Timing Counts A. Three seconds B. Five seconds (throw-ins and closely guarded) C. Ten seconds (backcourt and free-throw)

9. Time-outs A. Positions B. Location of throw-in and possession C. First horn go

9. Time-outs A. Positions B. Location of throw-in and possession C. First horn go to notify coach of first horn and stay with them until they come out of the huddle. *(IHSA modification) D. Resumption of play procedure

10. Substitutions A. No whistle unless necessary B. Beckoning responsibility C. Disqualification (no time-out

10. Substitutions A. No whistle unless necessary B. Beckoning responsibility C. Disqualification (no time-out until substitute is entered) D. Multiple free throws E. Injury/bleeding F. Technical foul

11. Block/Charge A. Time-distance-airborne With ball Without ball B. Establish legal guarding position Referee

11. Block/Charge A. Time-distance-airborne With ball Without ball B. Establish legal guarding position Referee the defense C. Consistency

12. Rebounding A. Displacement of the opponent B. Advantage/disadvantage C. Get the angle and

12. Rebounding A. Displacement of the opponent B. Advantage/disadvantage C. Get the angle and depth to call it

13. Screening A. Off-ball coverage B. No moving screens C. No impeding the cutters

13. Screening A. Off-ball coverage B. No moving screens C. No impeding the cutters D. Advantage/disadvantage

14. Basket Interference/Goaltending A. Have a clear understanding of the rule when awarding or

14. Basket Interference/Goaltending A. Have a clear understanding of the rule when awarding or canceling points Slapping the backboard can not be interference or goaltending B. Get proper depth to call it Responsibility

15. Closely-Guarded A. Guarding position(6 feet and facing) B. Separate counts(hold-dribble-hold) C. No count

15. Closely-Guarded A. Guarding position(6 feet and facing) B. Separate counts(hold-dribble-hold) C. No count in backcourt

16. Fighting A. Identify offenders B. Monitor bench personnel C. Penalize properly D. Follow-up

16. Fighting A. Identify offenders B. Monitor bench personnel C. Penalize properly D. Follow-up with proper paperwork

17. Conduct/Behavior A. Pre-game warm ups B. C. D. E. F. Taunting/Baiting Profanity Sportsmanship

17. Conduct/Behavior A. Pre-game warm ups B. C. D. E. F. Taunting/Baiting Profanity Sportsmanship Team members to be seated Set the tone by being professional

18. Correctable Errors A. Recognize the time frame B. 5 correctable errors (know them)

18. Correctable Errors A. Recognize the time frame B. 5 correctable errors (know them) C. Bookkeeping vs. correctable D. Resumption procedure after the correction

19. Last-Second Shot A. Trail(2 person) B. Opposite Table(3 person) C. Communicate prior to

19. Last-Second Shot A. Trail(2 person) B. Opposite Table(3 person) C. Communicate prior to final shot D. Tip-in only(0. 3 seconds) E. Discuss thoroughly in pre-game

20. Overtime A. Communicate with table B. Add a time-out and carry over unused

20. Overtime A. Communicate with table B. Add a time-out and carry over unused time-outs

21. Bench Decorum A. Head Coach controls bench personnel B. Communicate don’t converse C.

21. Bench Decorum A. Head Coach controls bench personnel B. Communicate don’t converse C. Keep coach in the box D. Technical causes loss of coaching box

22. End of Game A. Take care of any controversy prior to leaving the

22. End of Game A. Take care of any controversy prior to leaving the court B. In the locker room critique the game

IHSA GENERAL MECHANICS THAT DIFFER FROM NFHS MECHANICS End of time out on the

IHSA GENERAL MECHANICS THAT DIFFER FROM NFHS MECHANICS End of time out on the first horn, go notify coach and stay with the team until they come out of the huddle.