Referee BasketballViolations Signals. Walking or traveling. (not bouncing the ball while walking) Illegal or double dribble. Carrying or Palming the ball. Over and back (half-court violation) Five second violation. Ten seconds (taking more than 10 seconds to get the ball over half court) Kicking (intentionally kicking the ball)
Basketball Referee Signals There are “Fouls” and there are “Violations” Fouls are caused by ...
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Three Seconds – The official will indicate that a player has committed a three second violation by having three fingers raised, and the hand makes a swiping motion back and forth at the side. Five Seconds – In order to signal a five second violation the official will have five fingers raised with arm extended upward.
There are no free throws taken when a violation occurs. Basketball violations include such things as: double dribbling ; traveling ; over and back ; 3-seconds in the lane ; 10-seconds in the backcourt; These are just a few of the violations that occur during a game. Common basketball fouls with definitions
What It Means: When a team is trying to inbound the basketball, they have five seconds to do so. If the inbounder takes more than five seconds, the referee will blow the whistle. He will then stick out five fingers to signal the five-second violation call. Double or Illegal Dribble.
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Youth Basketball Referee Signals. Info, coaching tips, diagrams showing the different referee signals used in boys and girls basketball.
Basketball: Referees Hand Signals 1. Referees Hand SignalsPrepared by: Fritzie B. Talidano MPE 2. • Violation- raise arm with open palm. • Foul- raise arm with clenched fist. 3. Blocking- signal foul, hands on hips 4. Charging-clenched fist 5. Double Foul- waving clenched fist 6. Holding-signal foul; grasp wrist 7.