International referee Ksenya Romanyuk shared a nice clip with us and we are sharing it with you people. Understanding what happens in plays online will help you recognize stuff that happens in your own games. So feel free to share your opinion on our forum or ask questions there. We will get into this play later this week to share our decision with you.
As we all know there is now a difference between a player who makes a drive to the basket, a shot and a moving shot. All this is important to decide if you’re gonna award two (or three) shots after having called the foul. (And off course, also for the bonus). Check the clip and make sure you got the facts straight!
Lees “Rulechanges in the act of shooting” verder
Last week we showed you guys a clip from Sam Subby and most answers were in the same direction. Lees “Always work to get in the right position! #ourcall” verder
One of the most controversial calls there will ever be will be the charge/block discussion. Since the rules have been enritched with the flop it seems to be more and more a start of lenghty discussions. This clip from Sam Subby provides a lot of fun I’m sure. Lees “Block charge flop no call???” verder
One of the changes of the rules we have to work with since this season lies in the scoresheet. FIBA-ref Bernard Vassallo from Malta dove into the changes and shared his knowledge with in a webinar. Check below to absorb it! 🙂
Lees “A look @ the FIBA Rule Changes 2020 – The Scoresheet – Coach TF and DQF in Fighting Situations” verder
Individual Officiating Techniques (IOT) is the most important foundation for either 2 Person Officiating (2PO) or 3 Person Officiating (3PO). It is evident that in the past 15 years there has been a heavy focus
on 3PO (namely for the mechanical movements of the referees on the floor). This has led to a lack of knowledge in how to actually referee individual play phases in the game – this being the fundamental
skills that referees need to possess in order to process and facilitate the correct decision. Lees “IOT Fundamentals!” verder
Our clipping hero Sam Subby is always in for a nice situation. The foul in the clip is one to thoroughly watch and understand what happens. What will you call and why?? Remember the motto of our coaches: ‘If you cannot explain it, don’t call it!’
You need to go where you gotta go , to see what you gotta see. It has been our motto for ages, and we might have it printed on t-shirts if we ever decide to take that turn. For lead referees that means that you have to be on the baseline the moment play is on the freethrowline, so work for it! In this Sam Subby clip we have a situation where the calling ref is pretty nicely in the right position. But a lot of things can be called. What will you be calling in this situation? Lees “Always work to get in the right position!” verder
A few days ago we had a nice clip where blue 30 and yellow 9 go down in a rebounding situation. Lees “What will you call #ourcall” verder
Sometimes there’s a very thin line between a no call and a defensive foul. Our coaches always say: if you can’t explain it, don’t call it. So now we are curious what you all will make from the next clip: Defensive foul or no call? Or even something else??? Please share your view with us, and do explain why this is your decision. Lees “No call/ foul ?? What will you do?” verder