This is a legal play, provided A-1 did not touch the court.
Team A is permitted to keep control after the throw-in.
Throw-in violation on A-1.
If contact on B1 was illegal (and not incidental) a personal foul should be ruled.
This is a correctable error and the ball shall be given to Team B for an endline throw-in.
This error may be corrected prior to the ball becoming live.
Once A2 legally touched A1’s throw-in pass after the time-out the throw-in ended.
This is not a correctable error and the mistake cannot be corrected.
The official should issue Team B a warning for delay.
The throw-in has ended.
Team A is given a throw-in but it is not considered an A-P throw-in.
The throw-in has not ended.
Team A is permitted to complete the A-P throw-in.
Any further delay by Team B should result in a Team Technical Foul.
Yes - provided it is done before the 20 second interval has elapsed.
No - this is not permitted.
Yes, the blood rule supersedes the replacement guidelines and the player is permitted to remain in the game.
No, the request must be made when the coach is informed a replacement is needed.
A Technical Foul.
A-1 is permitted to stay in the game, provided he tucks his jersey in within a reasonable amount of time.
Team A's coach may request a time out to keep A-1 in the game.
The official should instruct the time to begin the 20 second replacement interval timer.
Team A may not request a time out until after A-1 is substituted for.
Officials should not focus as much on uniform violations once the game is underway.
Team A's coach risks a technical foul if his questioning becomes un-sportsmanlike.
This is a mistake by the officials and not a correctable error.
The points are counted for Team B.
Because this is an error that was not corrected, the points are awarded to Team A.
The points are counted for Team A.
The points are dis-allowed and removed from the score book.
This is a correctable error and could have been corrected if caught in time.
Regardless of time elapsed, shoot the free throws at the proper end.
Less than 1 second.
Technical Fouls first, followed by Personal Fouls.
Personal Fouls first, followed by Technical Fouls.
In reverse sequence.
In the order they occur.
Based on the official's discretion.