1. Joe Lindsay. 2. Doug Sirmons. 3. Keith Kimble.
Missed Walks, 5; Palms, 3. which lead to decent floor coverage, switching and mechanics. Although It seemed when Mr Kimble was at lead position, he would move with ball, but the others had trouble moving to their switched position's. Some trouble getting back on Fast Break, especially Mr Kimble. Here are a few concerns and comments.
Easy game to work which lead to decent floor coverage, switching and mechanics. Although
When does team A have team control?
A. While A1 is making a throw-in.
B. While the ball is in the air during a pass from A1 to A2.
C. After A1 has released the ball on a try.
D. While A1 is holding the ball prior to shooting a free throw.
E. During an interrupted dribble.
1. Anthony Jordan. 2. Les Jones. 3. Pat Adams.
Missed Walks, 7; Palms, 0;
Tough game to call and to grade. Floor coverage at times was great, but would quickly would reverse to unacceptable. Switching was the same way, with many times you were late moving. which in turn, gave you difficult looks. Mechanics, Mr Jordan, you looked like Mr Cool, with the cocky look you had, and the theatrics you had on simple calls were so unnecessary, bringing attention to you.
Updated 02-28-2014 at 08:11 PM by lighthouse
What is the result if team A1's throw-in lodges between the basket and the backboard?
A. No violation. The alternating=possession arrow determines which team gets the ensuing throw-in.
B. Team A has committed a throw-in violation and the ensuing throw-in is awarded to team B.
1. Doug Shows. 2. Rick Hartzell. 3. Mike Kitts.
Missed walks, 5; Palms, 1;
This might have the easiest game to call all season. I got the feeling that because it was so easy, this crew was a bit lazy. Switching was sluggish, especially from lead to C and back. Mechanics were OK. Game control was very evident and preventative officiating was good. Walking remains a big concern. I only have a few concerns and comments.
Kitts; I saw no arm contact