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Men’s basketball coach’s box grows 10 feet and...
Quote:The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel on Tuesday approved extending the coach’s box to 38 feet for the 2017-18 men’s basketball season.

The coach’s box was 28 feet, but NCAA Men’s Basketball Rules Committee members believe this will allow coaches to improve communication with their teams, especially when the teams are at the opposite end of the court.

The panel also approved a rule permitting a reset of the shot clock to 20 seconds when the ball is inbounded in the frontcourt after a foul by the defense. If more than 20 seconds remains on the shot clock, the shot clock will not be reset.

Also, next season fans will notice that throw-in spots will occur from more consistent spots in the frontcourt when the offensive team retains possession after a nonshooting foul or other stoppages in the game.

The location of all throw-ins in the frontcourt will be determined by an imaginary line drawn from the corner of the court to the intersection of the lane line and the free-throw line. If the stoppage of play is inside this area, the throw-in will occur on the end line 3 feet outside the lane line.

If the stoppage occurs outside this area, the throw-in will be at the nearer sideline at the 28-foot mark. Deflections will continue to be put back in play at the nearest out-of-bounds spot. Throw-ins in the back court will continue to be at the nearest spot.

http://www.ncaa.com/news/basketball-men/...ws-10-feet
06-14-2017 02:54 PM
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Can we get a rule where refs have to actually make a call that's in the rule book and not make up their own signals? Drives me nuts when they make up their own call- like hitting the side of their head with the palm of their hand. That ain't in the rule book! It's a push!
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(06-14-2017 10:35 PM)Brillio Wrote:  Can we get a rule where refs have to actually make a call that's in the rule book and not make up their own signals? Drives me nuts when they make up their own call- like hitting the side of their head with the palm of their hand. That ain't in the rule book! It's a push!

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#7.. that's definitely a flagrant 2!
06-15-2017 07:28 AM
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