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    You are trying to say there was team control when that was not the case it was clearly a loose ball once the defense knocked it out of hand because no one has possession but believe what you may. It was a good game.
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    Got to say this, basketball rules are complex, and it is the toughest job in the gym. Hard, aggressive play leads to bam-bam action that can generate lots of questions about whom did what. Fans always judge from their perspective and ignorance of the complex rules. I am a fan and guilty as charged.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brackengrad95 View Post
    You are trying to say there was team control when that was not the case it was clearly a loose ball once the defense knocked it out of hand because no one has possession but believe what you may. It was a good game.
    There's a reason I am trying to say there is team control."

    There is.

    Team control is not lost during a loose ball. It remains with the offense until the defense SECURES the ball.

    http://www.iaaboboard52.com/pages/rules.pdf

    Read #1.

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    I know that rule it's about position. Once ball is knocked from his possession by a defensive player it doesn't matter who it touches last before going in to backcourt they may recover it. Team control is totally different it's what needed for timeouts or if our team would have thrown it to another teammate backcourt it would have been over and back because of team control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brackengrad95 View Post
    I know that rule it's about position. Once ball is knocked from his possession by a defensive player it doesn't matter who it touches last before going in to backcourt they may recover it. Team control is totally different it's what needed for timeouts or if our team would have thrown it to another teammate backcourt it would have been over and back because of team control.
    I say this sincerely.

    You have proven in only a few posts that you have no idea of what rules are.

    Do you now agree that , unlike what you stated, team control DOES exist during a loose ball?

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    I just told you the difference between team control and possession. Maybe you don't understand?

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    Everyone knows the last team who had ball is team control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brackengrad95 View Post
    You are trying to say there was team control when that was not the case it was clearly a loose ball once the defense knocked it out of hand because no one has possession but believe what you may. It was a good game.
    Quote Originally Posted by Brackengrad95 View Post
    Everyone knows the last team who had ball is team control.
    Except for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brackengrad95 View Post
    Team control is totally different it's what needed for timeouts .
    Again, incorrect.

    You must have PLAYER CONTROL to call a timeout. Team control exists while the ball is being passed. However, you cannot be granted a timeout while the ball is being passed. That should tell you that team control is not enough to call a timeout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyde View Post
    If the following occurred then it's a violation:

    Team control in front court (if player was dribbling then that's met)
    Offense was last to touch in the front court (hitting off leg and no one else touching it meets this)
    Offense was first to touch in backcourt (sounds like it was)

    Am I right on all 3 of those? If so, violation. Did the officials possibly miss that the ball hit the dribbler's leg?
    Quote Originally Posted by Brackengrad95 View Post
    Everyone knows the last team who had ball is team control.
    So I've listed the 3 requirements for a backcourt violation.

    Which one do you think was not met?

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    You still talking about team control not possession. We just aren't going to agree but it's fine . Like I said it was a great game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brackengrad95 View Post
    You still talking about team control not possession. We just aren't going to agree but it's fine . Like I said it was a great game.
    "Possession" is not a term used in the rulebook in regards to this subject.

    You are probably referring to "player control." Player control is not required for a backcourt violation.

    So, again, which of the 3 requirements was not met?

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    @Clyde and @Brackengrad95 how about starting a new thread about what the call should be.
    I'm blaming this whole derailment on @justjim If you had only brought your camera we would have had the image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    @Clyde and @Brackengrad95 how about starting a new thread about what the call should be.
    I'm blaming this whole derailment on @justjim If you had only brought your camera we would have had the image.


    shh @TAC don't ruin the fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brackengrad95 View Post
    Everyone knows the last team who had ball is team control.
    I'm pretty sure this isn't going to help, but let's try:

    Team contol exists when a team member first dribbles or hold the ball inbounds.

    Team control ends when the ball becomes dead, the defense gains control or a shot is taken.

    None of the 3 of these occurred in in this exchange. Team Control does not end because the ball is loose....

    I beg of you, for all that is holy from A-Town, please do not continue to argue this point....it's not becoming of your apparent position and relationship to basketball.

    BTW: in your defense, this is one of the most misunderstood and mis-officiated calls in the game. I believe we have proven why in this thread

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