Monday 18 February 2019
RIND SURVIVAL CAMP
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Arena & Accommodation
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call the obvious. Blocking foul.
small travel on dribbelstart (not to call), afterwards obvious blocking foul in AoS
First of all this is travelling violation!
The Foul afterwards is a blocking foul and lead had a good view on the situation!
defender move forward to offensive player, blocking foul. Primary for T
Good call-Blocking foul by white 41
first - travel, then - blocking foul
Blocking foul. Although lead has a good angle to see the foul, it would be better called by trail, since the drive starts from his primary and he can follow the play to the end (lead ref can only see the ending)
- Defender is moving towards the player with the ball.
- Good call by Lead who is responsible for this play.
- When the player driver to the basket from weak siad The lead Referee He must back two or three meters to get a better angle.
Blocking foul. Defender moves towards offensive player and is responsible for this illegal contact.
In my opinion it's a blocking foul. Defensive player moves forward. T decision
Defensive blocking foul as defending moves into offensive player.
First - traveling! Second correct call from L with primary competence and good cross step from Trail. Blocking foul the defender was
moving on the side
Drive is going away from the trail official so should be trails call and is a blocking foul.
blocking foul, good call and step away from the lead to get a better angle.
good cross step from lead to have wide open angle to the drive and take the correct blocking foul. Defender was moving towards offensive player and did not reach verticality.
Defensive foul- def player was still moving to him opponent. primary L.
Off course blocking faul. T was better view to make a call but it was L area. If L didn't see it, T could help.
First travelling for T (incorrect no call), second def.foul for L (correct call)
Blocking foul. This is Lead’s primary area. Trail has a good view as well.
player chosed his right foot as a pivot foot and before he starts to drible he lift this foot
MY CALL: TRAVELLING
The player moves forward - blocking foul.
Blocking foul. Defender is moving towards the player with the ball. Good call by Lead who is responsible for this play.
Blocking foul. But we see from the videos 2 angles that Trail has a better view.
blocking foul, L primary AOR
Defensive foul (block), good call by L.
Defensive foul, block. Not an easy call for L as the players are falling his way - T has much better view of the situation, sees in between the players and should call the foul.
This a defensive foul. Although the foul happened in L primary I beleive T was more competent as he can see the whole play and especially he can see the gap between the two players and judge the contact accordingly. The T made a good cross step to see the play developing. He should take that call.
Good call by Lead - defender was moving towards the guy with the ball, so we cannot consider the action as a legal play. Lead is having a good position, the ball is in the middle of the court, so he is in a "close down" position.
Travelling. But when we talk about contact for me is a defenisve foul. Defensive player move to the offensive player and doesn't establishe LPO. Trial have a good, stationary position and observe a defensive player from the beginning, then a make a cross step - good move! Lead have a worse position - he stay to close to the action.
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