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  • BCBOA Officials Online Training: Guarding Breakout/Screening (brainshark.com)

    BCBOA Officials Online Training: Guarding Breakout/Screening (brainshark.com)

    Arbiter Sports Power-Point Training Links:   Guarding Breakout Screening Author:  Bob Lade (Brainshark)    

     
  • BCBOA Officials Online Training: Screens

    BCBOA Officials Online Training: Screens

    Subject: Screens Every official who has ever called a basketball game has heard from every direction, “that’s a moving screen!”  Until illegal contact-please review Rule 4-40-occurs, by the screener or the player being screened in his or her visual field displacing a legal screener, there can be moving screens anywhere […]

     
  • BCBOA Video Training- Freedom of Movement for cutting players to reduce physical play

    BCBOA Video Training- Freedom of Movement for cutting players to reduce physical play

    A great deal of time and emphasis was spent in the Fall of 2014 on Rule 10-6, Article 12 on freedom of movement and hand fouls to reduce physical play on ball handlers path to the basket or in escaping a defender. In the video that follows (Ted Breakout 1), […]

     
  • BCBOA Officials Online Training: Block/Charge calls

    BCBOA Officials Online Training: Block/Charge calls

    From: Dave Dunning, Rules Interpreter Subject: Block/Charge calls The most difficult call you will have to make in a game is the block or charge call. In this video, observe closely all the components you, as the covering official, must process in, sometimes, less than a second. For a charge […]

     
  • BCBOA Officials Online Training: Continuation

    BCBOA Officials Online Training: Continuation

    Subject: Continuation/Continuous Motion The included video is of NCAA plays-many of which would have qualified as Continuous Motion under NFHS Rule 4-11 and two shots or the scoring of a basket allowed. Under Federation Rules, the act of shooting begins when A-1 begins the “habitual act of shooting(this can be […]

     
  • BCBOA Officials Training Video:  Freedom of Movement

    BCBOA Officials Training Video: Freedom of Movement

    Last year, the National Federation added Article 12 to Rule 10-6 making a point of emphasis on Freedom of movement fouls above the free-throw line extended. Hand fouls on dribblers were given a great deal of scrutiny.  In the following NCAA video-there are 13 situations- see where fouls are correctly called […]

     
  • Video Training: Legal Guarding Position

    Video Training: Legal Guarding Position

    Defender does not have to be still to take a charge.  Establishing good defensive Position is key: