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  1. NCAA 2014 Camp Teaching PointsRevised June 1, 2014 WCBO Mechanics Committee Patty Broderick, Ed Meier, Violet Palmer, Charlene Curtis, Diane Plas, Tommy Salerno, Connie Hurlbutt, Debbie Williamson,

  2. Signals • End of period • No shot/Unsuccessful basket: end of period signal only • Successful basket: count goal (2/3 pt goal) signal only • Block/Charge • All officials show foul signal (fist up) for all fouls • Double whistles- all officials show foul signal first, hold fist, eye contact, communicate

  3. Signals • Out of Bounds- point DIRECTION first • Three-point- arm to ceiling, entire hand, finger together, palm facing head • Hold- forearm but do not extend forearm • No ‘one-minute’ signal at the end of the first half. This signal only used at the end of the game

  4. Free throw coverage 14-15 season

  5. Court Coverage- free throw • Free throw • Lead: all spaces opposite him/her • Center: all spaces opposite him/her plus shooter • Trail: everyone outside three-point line; adjust to back court when needed

  6. Court Coverage- drives to basket • Center to Lead- Center has first whistle • Trail to Lead into Lead’s primary- Lead has first whistle • Down the middle of lane and below the free throw line- Lead has first whistle on block/charge; everyone else hold fist on double whistle

  7. Court Coverage- general • Front court- Lead • Stay wide on ball side (strongside) • Do not rotate on drives or shots • Referee competitive match ups as you rotate • Front court • Player with ball curls toward you- You take it • Transition • Center takes middle third of players

  8. Court Coverage- general • Foul/violation clearly occurs in someone’s primary • primary official should have the only whistle • When the primary official does not have a whistle on a foul/violation that is obvious, thenanother official should make the call when it occurs

  9. Procedure- Throw-in • Administering official- stand, holding the ball, at the spot where a throw-in will occur • Official’s huddle must take place at the throw-in spot with at least one official facing the benches • Resumption of Play Procedure is to be used at all times except to start the second half or any extra period

  10. Resumption of Play Procedure • When either team is not ready to play when the second horn sounds to end a timeout • Resumption-of-Play warning issued to that team • This warning is recorded in the scorebook for the first offense • The warning issued as follows: • Administering official verbalizes that a ROP warning is being issued to a specific team. • Closest official informs the head coach and the official scorer that a warning has been issued.

  11. Resumption of Play Procedure • Moving slowly or not at all (after the warning)- Administering official shall (slowly/deliberately): • Make good eye contact with your partners • give a long, sharp blast of the whistle to indicate play is about to begin • verbally indicate the color of the team awarded the ball • signal the direction of the team awarded the ball • put the ball at the disposal of the thrower • (put the ball on the floor if the offensive team is delaying or give the ball to the thrower if the defense is delaying).

  12. Misc. Mechanics Teaching Points • Call obvious fouls/violations in your primary. Primary whistle is first • Reporting/calling official do not turn back on players after making call • Provide all information to partners prior to granting a timeout or substitutions

  13. Post Player • Any offensive/defensive player in the lane area • with/without the ball • with her back to the basket 3

  14. Post play fouls • Arm-bar is extended and displaces or hinders freedom of movement. • Displacement occurs from a locked and/or extended elbow. • A leg or knee is used in the rear of an opponent to hold or displace.

  15. Post play fouls • An offensive post player “backs-down” and displaces the defender once that defender has established a legal guarding position. • The offensive post player holds, hooks or displaces the leg or body of the defender.

  16. Post play fouls • Any opponent is displaced from a legally established or obtained position • Freedom of movement is hindered when contact with extended arms occurs