Award the ball back to Team B, as this is a correctable error.
Award the ball to Team B as the result of the throw-in violation.
Team A will receive the next alternating possession.
Team B will retain the A-P arrow.
Sound the whistle to stop the clock and hand the ball to Team B for inbounding.
Continue to wait for up to 30 seconds before ruling a delay of game technical foul.
Pause for a moment then begin a 5 second count.
Immediately rule a delay of game warning.
Verbally warn the players to quickly inbound the ball.
Minimum distance is 3 feet in either direction.
There is no minimum distance, but the maximum is 6 feet.
The minimum is 6 feet.
Must be touching.
One normal step.
A personal foul is awarded to both A-2 and B-2.
Award the ball to Team A, as they have maintained possession.
Award the ball to Team B, as they would have gained possession after the try.
Resume play by using the alternating possession procedure.
Both A-2 and B-2 must be removed from the game.
Official should allow play to continue and players should disregard the whistle.
The team whose dribble was interrupted (Team A) should be awarded a throw-in.
The official should resume play via the alternating possession procedure.
Award the ball to Team B, as they caused the interrupted dribble.
Confer with your partner(s) to decide which team was closest to the ball.
Is part of the front-court area.
Is part of the back-court area.
Is neither part of the front-court or back-court area ... it's the division line.
Should divide the court into two equal parts.
On courts less than 74 feet long, should be two lines - parallel and 40 feet from the farther endline.
Must be clearly visible to all officials.