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Rules Reminders & Interpretations

Team A’s school colors are red and white. It is a home game and Team A is wearing white jerseys with red trim. If sleeves are being worn may they be red? Ruling: The sleeve(s) color may be beige, black, white or the predominant color of the team’s jerseys. Team A could not wear red sleeves. (3.5.3)

Free thrower A1 releases the try. B3, occupying a free throw lane line space moves into the free throw lane to “box-out” A1, then breaks the vertical plane of the outside edge of the free throw line with a foot or feet prior to the ball contacting the backboard or the ring. Ruling: Violation by B3.  (9.1.3g)