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In the following quiz, we’re going to be testing your knowledge of certain topics like flipping, tubes, substitutions and goalies in a popular sport, as well as looking at intriguing scenarios involving the correct breakdown of people in a particular gender on a team. If you think you know enough to answer all of the questions correctly, take the following quiz and we’ll find out together! Good luck!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    The correct gender breakdown is:

    • A.

      At least one male and one female

    • B.

      At least two males and two females

    • C.

      At least three males and three females

    • D.

      Any gender ratio is fine

    Correct Answer
    B. At least two males and two females
    Explanation
    The correct gender breakdown is "At least two males and two females" because it ensures a balanced representation of both genders. This requirement ensures that there is diversity and equal participation from both males and females. It promotes inclusivity and avoids any potential bias or discrimination based on gender.

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  • 2. 

    Games start with:

    • A.

      A coin toss determining possession and sides

    • B.

      The away team starts with the ball

    • C.

      The home team starts with the ball

    • D.

      Teams start on the walls, ref tosses ball into the middle. Mad dash for possession

    Correct Answer
    D. Teams start on the walls, ref tosses ball into the middle. Mad dash for possession
    Explanation
    In this game, the teams start on the walls and the referee tosses the ball into the middle. This creates an exciting and competitive start to the game as both teams have an equal opportunity to gain possession of the ball. It adds an element of unpredictability and intensity as players make a mad dash to gain control of the ball. This method of starting the game ensures fairness and allows for a thrilling start to the match.

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  • 3. 

    Violations result in Free Throws. Which of the following is not a rule related to Free Throws?

    • A.

      Defense must remain 3 feet away from the thrower until the ball is thrown

    • B.

      Goals may not be scored on the initial free throw, like an indirect kick in soccer

    • C.

      The offense has 5 seconds to pass the ball to a teammate

    • D.

      Free throws must be taken with two hands, over the head, like a soccer throw in

    Correct Answer
    D. Free throws must be taken with two hands, over the head, like a soccer throw in
    Explanation
    The given answer is correct because it states that free throws must be taken with two hands, over the head, like a soccer throw in. However, this is not a rule related to free throws. In basketball, free throws can be taken using any shooting technique as long as the shooter follows the rules of releasing the ball within a certain time frame and not crossing the free throw line before the ball reaches the rim. Therefore, the statement in the answer is not a rule related to free throws.

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  • 4. 

    When entering the goal box

    • A.

      The ball must enter before any offensive players do

    • B.

      Offensive Players may enter as long as defensive players are in the goal box

    • C.

      You can enter before the ball as long as you are not part of the play

    • D.

      You can enter before the ball if it is accidental

    Correct Answer
    A. The ball must enter before any offensive players do
    Explanation
    In soccer, when entering the goal box, it is important for the ball to enter before any offensive players do. This rule ensures that the goal is valid and that the ball has crossed the goal line before any player interferes with the play. Offensive players may enter the goal box as long as defensive players are already present, indicating that they are not obstructing the ball's entry. However, entering before the ball or intentionally interfering with the play is not allowed. Therefore, the ball must always enter the goal box first to count as a valid goal.

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  • 5. 

    Which of the following is NOT a rule that applies to goalies

    • A.

      Use any part of their body besides their arms to block a shot

    • B.

      Leave their tube to make a save

    • C.

      Pass the ball beyond the mid-pool line

    • D.

      Have two goalies defending the net

    Correct Answer
    A. Use any part of their body besides their arms to block a shot
    Explanation
    Goalies are allowed to use any part of their body besides their arms to block a shot. This means they can use their legs, torso, or any other body part to stop the ball from entering the net. The other options listed are rules that apply to goalies. They are not allowed to leave their tube to make a save, they cannot pass the ball beyond the mid-pool line, and they are only allowed to have one goalie defending the net.

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  • 6. 

    Players can flip each other by:

    • A.

      Grabbing the handles of a tube to flip them

    • B.

      Kicking a tube to slide it out from under a player

    • C.

      Pushing down or pulling up on the tube itself

    • D.

      Diving out of their own tube to offset the balance of another tube

    Correct Answer
    C. Pushing down or pulling up on the tube itself
    Explanation
    Players can flip each other by pushing down or pulling up on the tube itself. This action can disrupt the balance of the tube and cause it to flip, potentially causing the player on top to fall off. By exerting force on the tube, players can manipulate its stability and use it as a strategy to flip their opponents.

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  • 7. 

    Flipping can be done

    • A.

      By a defending player on the ball carrier

    • B.

      By the ball carrier on any defender

    • C.

      By any two players

    • D.

      1 and 2

    • E.

      2 and 3

    • F.

      All 3

    Correct Answer
    D. 1 and 2
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 1 and 2. Flipping can be done by a defending player on the ball carrier and by the ball carrier on any defender. This means that both the defending player and the ball carrier have the ability to flip the ball, creating a potential turnover in possession. The other options (2 and 3, and all 3) are not correct because flipping can only be done by the defending player and the ball carrier, not by any two players or all three players.

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  • 8. 

    If the ball carrier falls out of their tube

    • A.

      They must let go of the ball until they get back in their tube

    • B.

      Timeout is called until they get back in

    • C.

      They can continue to ball handle as long as the ball does not get completely submerged

    • D.

      Point and laugh

    Correct Answer
    A. They must let go of the ball until they get back in their tube
    Explanation
    If the ball carrier falls out of their tube, they must let go of the ball until they get back in their tube. This means that they cannot continue to hold onto the ball while outside of their tube. They must release their grip on the ball and retrieve it only after they have gotten back into their tube. This rule ensures fair play and prevents any advantage for the ball carrier while they are out of their tube.

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  • 9. 

    Players can carry the ball in all of the following ways except:

    • A.

      In their hands

    • B.

      In their lap

    • C.

      Underwater

    • D.

      With their feet

    Correct Answer
    C. Underwater
    Explanation
    Players can carry the ball in their hands, in their lap, or with their feet. However, carrying the ball underwater is not a valid way to carry it, as it would be difficult to maintain control and visibility of the ball.

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  • 10. 

    Substitutions can happen

    • A.

      On deadball situations

    • B.

      After a goal

    • C.

      Whenever your team has possession

    • D.

      Whenever as long as the current player leaves the pool before the new player jumps in

    Correct Answer
    D. Whenever as long as the current player leaves the pool before the new player jumps in
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Whenever as long as the current player leaves the pool before the new player jumps in." This means that substitutions can occur at any time during the game as long as the player being substituted leaves the pool before the new player enters. It is not limited to deadball situations or after a goal, and it can happen whenever the team has possession.

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