Rules Quiz 2

Rules Quiz 2

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Rule 6

Any extra period shall start by putting the ball in play by a throw-in under the alternating possession procedure.
The dribble and traveling rules are in effect during a throw-in.
The ball becomes live when on a throw-in, it is at the disposal of the thrower.
The ball becomes dead, or remains dead, when a goal is made.

Rule 7

The ball is out of bounds when it touches or is touched by the supports or back of the backboard.
If the alternating possession procedure has not been established, play shall be resumed by a jump ball between any two players.
The official shall hand or bounce the ball to the thrower for a throw-in unless the throw-in is from outside an end line following a successful goal.
Teammates may occupy adjacent positions which are parallel to and within 3 feet of the boundary line if an opponent desires one of the positions.

Rule 8

During a free throw, the first marked lane spaces on each side of the lane, above and adjacent to the first lane space marks, shall be occupied by opponents of the free thrower.
Any player, other than the free thrower, who does not occupy a marked lane space must be behind the free throw line extended and behind the three-point line.
The free throw(s) awarded because of a personal foul shall be attempted by the offended player.  If such player must withdraw because of an injury or disqualification, any teammate may attempt the free throw(s).
The free throws awarded because of a technical foul may be attempted by any player of the offended team.

Rule 9

A player, other than the free thrower, who does not occupy a marked lane space, may not have either foot beyond the vertical plane of the free-throw line extended and the three-point line which is farther from the basket until the ball touches the ring or until the free throw ends.
The thrower shall not leave the designated throw-in spot until the ball has been released on a throw-in pass.
The thrown ball may enter the basket before it touches or is touched by another player.
A closely guarded count continues during an interrupted dribble.

Rule 10

It is a substitute technical foul when a substitute enters the game without reporting to the scorer.
A player shall not use his/her hands on an opponent in any way that inhibits the freedom of movement of the opponent, or acts as an aid to a player in starting or stopping.
When a dribbler, without contact, sufficiently passes an opponent to have head and shoulders in advance of that opponent, the greater responsibility for subsequent contact is on the opponent.
Placing one hand on a player constitutes a foul when committed against a ball handler/dribbler.

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