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EASTVIEW RULES OF PLAY 2016-17

 

Eastview play is governed by the current FIBA Official Basketball Rules with the following modifications:

 

1. Volunteers: Teams must provide a volunteer(s) to be score keeper or time keeper for each game.

 

2. Forfeits: Teams must start a game with 5-eligible players; teams unable to field 5-players for the start of a game will forfeit the game and the score will be recorded as a 0-20 loss.

 

3. Player Playing Time: Coaches are responsible for playing all players for a “fair” amount of time per game during the regular season.

 

4. Spectator behavior:  During the game spectator behavior is the responsibility of the head coach. A referee can assess a “Technical foul” against the coach for Spectators who verbally or physically interferes with the game. Referees have the option of requesting a coach to ask the spectator to leave the gym if the disruptive behavior by the spectator continues.  Spectators who refuse to leave the gym when requested will result in a technical foul charged to the coach and play will be suspended until the spectator leaves. The game will be forfeited by the team to which that spectator belongs if they do not leave the gym.

 

5. Tykes FIBA Rule Modifications: 

A. Games will be played with the following player format:

    - Tykes will be three (3) on three (3) format

B. Tykes Basketball size is Size-5

C. Hoop Height 8ft 6in

D. Game Length

    - Tykes Games will be Four - 8 minute quarters of run time

    - The last 2 minutes of the 2nd and 4th quarter will be stop time.

    - There shall be a two (2) minute half time break

    - Each team shall have two (2) time outs in the first half and two (2) time outs in the second half. (No carry over)

E. All teams must employ man-to-man defense. No intentional double-teaming of the ball carrier is allowed

F. There is no screening on or off the ball

G. There will be no press and no double team on the ball; man-to-man defense starts at the half court line

 

6. Mini (U11) FIBA Rule Modifications: 

A. Games will be played with the following player format

    - Minis will be played with a four (4) on four (4) format

B. Mini Basketball size is Size-5

C. Hoop Height 8ft 6in

D. Game Length

    - Minis Games will be Four - 10 minute quarters of run time

    - The last 2 minutes of the 2nd and 4th quarter will be stop time.

    - There shall be a two (2) minute half time break

    - Each team shall have two (2) time outs in the first half and two (2) time outs in the second half. (No carry over)

E. All teams must employ man-to-man defense. No intentional double-teaming of the ball carrier is allowed

F. There is no screening on or off the ball

G. There will be no press and no double team on the ball; man-to-man defense starts at the half court line

 

7. Bantam (U13) FIBA Rule Modification

A. Games will be played with the standard five (5) on five (5) format

B. Bantam Basketball size is Size-6

C. Game Length

    - There will be Four - 10 minute quarters of run time

    - The last 2 minutes of the 2nd and 4th quarter will be stop time.

    - There shall be a two (2) minute half time break

    - Each team shall have two (2) time outs in the first half and two (2) time outs in the second half. (No carry over)

D. Defensive Rules

    - All teams must employ man-to-man defense. No intentional double-teaming of the ball carrier is allowed

    - In the Fall portion of the season there will be no press; teams must employ man-to-man defense starting at the half court line

    - During the winter session (Jan-Mar) a Full court man-to-man press will be allowed in the winter season. (Zone press is not allowed)

    - Should teams continue to full court press when ahead Twenty (20) points or more, they will be issued a warning. If teams disregard the warning a technical foul will be assessed.

 

8. Playoff tie breaker procedure:

A. In the event of a tie at the end of regulation time in the playoffs the winner will be decided by the first team to score four (4) points in a five (5) minute overtime period.

B. If overtime ends with no team scoring 4 points the leading team will be declared the winner.

C. If teams are tied at the end of the first overtime period the game will move to a sudden death format.  All fouls and ejections will be carried over into the sudden death period.  Play will start with a jump ball.  The winner is determined by the first team to score a point (including a free throw)

D. Each team will continue to shoot at the same basket as the second half.

E. The overtime period will begin immediately by a jump ball at center court. 

F. Each team will be allowed a one (1) minute time-out for the overtime period. Players who were fouled out or ejected during regulation time will not be allowed to participate in the overtime period. 

 

9. Regular Season Standings Tie Breaking Procedure

A. Should two or more teams have the same win/loss record at the end of the regular season the following steps will be followed to determine team ranking for playoffs:

    - Head to head games results and the team with the best record advances. 

    - The ratio of points for divided by points against using games only between teams involved. A point spread of a maximum of 20-points is used to discourage teams from running up the score.

    - If still not settled, then the points for / against ratio involving all teams in the division.

 

The complete set of FIBA rules can be found on the FIBA website www.fiba.com

 

 



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