North American Wheelchair Basketball League (NAWBL) Officials Test for 2021/2022 Inaugural Season
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1. An 8-second backcourt count is utilized in Division 1 play. All other divisions use a 10-second backcourt count. *
1 point
2. Flopping: A1 is driving to the basket and B2 makes incidental contact with A1. B2 reacts with a loud “OMG“ and flails in any direction trying to buy a foul call. If it is B2’s first such offense, the official shall issue a warning to B2 as soon as possible after the play. If B2 had already been warned, B2 should be issued a technical foul. *
1 point
3. The lane closest to the end line shall remain open on all free throw attempts. *
1 point
4. The officials’ jurisdiction for a game begins 20 minutes (or as soon as they are present) prior to the start of the game. At least one official is required to be on court no less than 10 minutes prior to the start of the contest. *
1 point
5. When either a double foul (one on each team) or simultaneous fouls (again, one on each team) occur, and they are equal, each team shoots two free throws. *
1 point
6. The lowest point of the anti-tip caster(s) cannot exceed one inch from the floor. *
1 point
7. It is a correctable error for permitting a wrong player to attempt a free throw. *
1 point
8. B1 is called for a common foul against A1 and Team A is in the bonus. A1 and B1 shove each other, and the officials call a dead ball technical foul on both of them in which they offset. However, this is A1’s fifth personal foul. RULING: The dead ball technical fouls are offsetting, and A1’s substitute will shoot free throws for B1’s personal foul against A1. *
1 point
9. After A1 scores, B1 attempts a throw-in that is intercepted and recovered by A2. RULING: Reset the shot clock to 24 seconds, regardless of whether control was gained by team A in the frontcourt or backcourt. *
1 point
10. After the ball is placed at the disposal of a free thrower, it is a violation for an opponent who disconcerts a free thrower. *
1 point
11. A defensive foul is committed in the frontcourt with 10 seconds left on the shot clock. The shot clock should be reset to 24 seconds, and the ball inbounded at mid-court. *
1 point
12. There is never team control during a loose ball. *
1 point
13.  In two-person mechanics during a 30-second timeout, both officials are positioned at the top of the key. *
1 point
14. The footrest must have rounded or smooth corners. *
1 point
15. An official shall grant a 60-second equipment timeout to allow a player to alter or replace equipment that is not functioning properly. *
1 point
16. Having utilized both pushes on the rear wheels, A4 executes a pivot by braking the forward motion on one wheel. This is traveling even though there is no forward or backward directional change to the wheel. *
1 point
17. In the first period of play, A1 repeatedly delayed the game by preventing the ball from being put in play. An official warning was recorded in the scorebook. Later in the game, A2 fakes being fouled by trying to take a block/charge. The official shall stop play and issue a warning. *
1 point
18. The 8 or 10-second backcourt count shall start when the offensive player gains possession. *
1 point
19. A1 attempts a shot that hits the rim. While attempting to rebound the ball, A2 bats the ball into the backcourt and A3 gains possession. This is legal. *
1 point
20. It is important that the trail official be at least one chair length behind the   ball as it moves from backcourt to frontcourt. *
1 point
21. When the shot clock nears expiration, The off-ball official should point at the clock. *
1 point
22. In the last minute of the game or overtime, the official notices that the game clock did not stop after a successful shot attempt. The official is aware that 52 seconds were left as the ball passed through the net. The official stops play immediately and resets the game clock to 52 seconds. The ball is then administered at the backcourt end line. *
1 point
23. After Team A’s coach has been warned to stay off the court during live play, the coach comes unglued at the official when contact is not called. The coach comes onto the court during live play to argue the non-call. The official should issue a Class B Technical foul. *
1 point
24. After B2 pulls down a rebound and secures possession of the ball, B2 starts excessively swinging their elbows to ward off any defenders. The official should issue a warning to B2. *
1 point
25. It is the responsibility of ALL officials to maintain respect among players, coaches, administrators and table staff. *
1 point
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