Consequences: Fouled player shoots two free throws, his team gets possession of the basketball out of bounds, and the player committing the foul is kicked out of the game. Hand check. When a defender makes repeated contact with her hands on her opponent. Holding.
Hand Check – When a player commits a hand check foul, it is signaled by having one arm extended in front of the chest with the fingers up, and the other arm grabbing the wrist. Blocking – If a defensive player commits a blocking foul the official will have both hands, in fists, touching his hips, and his elbows in tight against his body.
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Referee BasketballViolations Signals. Walking or traveling. (not bouncing the ball while walking) Illegal or double dribble. Carrying or Palming the ball. Over and back (half-court violation) Five second violation. Ten seconds (taking more than 10 seconds to get the ball over half court) Kicking (intentionally kicking the ball)
OFFICIAL BASKETBALL RULES 2006 A - OFFICIALS’ SIGNALS STEP 3 - NUMBER OF FREE THROW(S) AWARDED 49 ONE FREE THROW Hold up 1 finger 50 TWO FREE THROWS Hold up 2 fingers 51 THREE FREE THROWS Hold up 3 fingers OR - DIRECTION OF PLAY 52 Point finger, arm parallel to sidelines 53 AFTER FOUL BY TEAM IN CONTROL OF THE BALL Clenched fist,
Referee Hand Signals. Referees are constantly using hand signals on the court. Each one represents a foul call or an action that needs to be communicated. These hand signals are mainly in place to allow players and coaches to understand the call that was just made, in spite of spectator noise in loud environments. That being said, these hand signals often dial up the noise in basketball stadiums even further when signifying a significant call.
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OFFICIAL NFHS BASKETBALL SIGNALS Directional signal Not closely guarded Stop clock Visible counts Gcol counts Stop clock tor jump,/hald ball Stop clock tor tool Stop clock tor tool (optional bird dog) go-second Beckoning substitutes Point(s) scored usel or 2 fingers after signal 14 6Ckgecond time-out 3-point field goal
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Holding Foul – A “Holding Foul” occurs when a defender holds, grabs, or pulls an offensive player (it doesn’t matter if the offensive player has possession of the ball or not). Pushing Foul – A “Pushing Foul” occurs when a defender pushes an offensive player or bumps into the