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Basketball 8 or 10 Seconds Rule: Leagues Differences
Regla de los 8 ó 10 Segundos en Baloncesto: Diferencias entre Ligas


8 or 10 Seconds Rule: Leagues Differences

( para Traducción al Español: Ver a Continuación en el siguiente mensaje )

About the Concept: 8 (or 10) Second Violation= Once a team gains control of the ball in the backcourt, it has either 8 or 10 seconds (as specified below) to proceed to the frontcourt (i.e. the ball gains frontcourt status).

About the NBA Rules: Section VIII-Ten-Second Rule
A team shall not be in continuous control of a ball which is in its backcourt for more than 8 consecutive seconds.
EXCEPTIONS:
(1) A new 8 seconds is awarded if the defense: (a) kicks or punches the ball, (b) is assessed a technical foul, or (c) is issued a delay of game warning.
(2) A new 8 seconds is awarded if play is suspended to administer (see Commentaries below ).
PENALTY: Loss of ball. The ball is awarded to the opponent at the midcourt line, with the ball having to be passed into the frontcourt.

About the FIBA Rules: Rule V - Art. 28
1. Whenever a player gains control of a live ball in his backcourt, his team must cause the ball to go into its frontcourt within eight ( 8 ) seconds.
2. The eight ( 8 ) seconds period will continue with any time remaining when the team that previously had control of the ball is awarded a throw-in in the backcourt, as a result of:
- a ball having gone out-of-bounds;
- a player of the same team having been injured;
- a jump ball situation;
- a double foul;
- a cancellation of equal penalties against both teams.

Commentaries: If a player suffers a laceration or a wound where bleeding occurs, the officials shall suspend the game at the earliest appropriate time and remove the injured player from the game.....
....ONLY the injured player may be removed from the game under these circumstances. No mandatory timeouts may be awarded if play is suspended for the defensive team. The offensive team will receive a full 8 or 10 seconds to advance the ball into the frontcourt. The 24-second clock will remain as is or reset to 8 or 10, whichever is greater.



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About 8 / 10 Seconds Rule Differences at different Leagues:

FIBA: 8 seconds. Count is not reset if ball is deflected out of bounds by defence or if possession is retained because of an alternating possession throw-in.
NBA: 8 seconds. Count is reset if the defence kicks or punches the ball, is assessed a technical foul, or is issued a delay of game warning; or if play is stopped due to a player bleeding. For purposes of this rule, the ball gains front court status on a pass when it crosses the plane of the centre line.
WNBA: 10 seconds; otherwise same as NBA.
NBDL: 7 seconds; otherwise same as NBA.
NCAA Men: 10 seconds. Count ends (without penalty) if the ball becomes dead (e.g., if the defensive team deflects the ball out of bounds).
NCAA Women: No time limit (other than the shot clock).

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Basketball 8 or 10 Seconds Rule: Leagues Differences
Regla de los 8 ó 10 Segundos en Baloncesto: Diferencias entre Ligas


• Basketball 8 / 10 Seconds Rule
• Regla de los 8 o 10 Segundos en Baloncesto


( for English Translation: See Below )

Para cerrar y resumir este tópico: Correcto, la regla dice "control continuo".
Y no hay control durante el Tiempo Muerto ( o la subsiguiente puesta en juego del balón ). CONSECUENTEMENTE, EL EQUIPO A OBTIENE UN CONTEO COMPLETO DE 10 SEGUNDOS LUEGO DE LA PUESTA EN JUEGO PARA AVANZAR EL BALON AL CAMPO OFENSIVO. Y no habiendo violación, no hay trabajo para el estadígrafo.

Toda la terminología de este tópico está en el Directorio Global del Básquetbol.
 
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To close and resume this topic: Right, the rule says "continuous control". There is no control during the TO (or subsequent throw-in). SO, TEAM A GETS A  FULL 10 SECONDS COUNT AFTER THE THROW-IN TO ADVANCE THE BALL TO THE FRONT COURT. No violation and none for the stats-man.

All the terminology of this topic in in the Global Basketball Directory.


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Basketball 8 or 10 Seconds Rule: Leagues Differences
Regla de los 8 ó 10 Segundos en Baloncesto: Diferencias entre Ligas


• Basketball 8 / 10 Seconds Rule: Leagues Differences
• Regla de los 8 o 10 Segundos en Baloncesto: Diferencias entre Ligas


( para Traducción al Español: Ver a Continuación )

The rule says "continuous control". There is no control during the TO ( or subsequent throw in ).





La regla dice "control continuo". No hay control durante el tiempo muerto ( o la subsiguiente puesta en juego ).

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• Timeout and the 8 / 10 Seconds Rule
• Tiempo Muerto y la Regla de los 8 o 10 Segundos


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The timeout interrupted that continuous possession and a new 10 seconds count will begin when / if they initially pass the ball inbounds into their back court.

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El tiempo muerto interrumpió esa continúa posesión y un nuevo conteo de 10 segundos se iniciará cuando / si ellos inicialmente pasan el balón dentro del campo en los límites de su campo defensivo.

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Basketball 8 or 10 Seconds Rule: Leagues Differences
Regla de los 8 ó 10 Segundos en Baloncesto: Diferencias entre Ligas


• Team A has not dribbled the ball
• El equipo A aún no ha dribleado el balón


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If team A has not dribbled the ball (I believe they can throw passes just not dribble), when they call the timeout the ball is advanced into the front court ceasing the 10 second violation.





Si el equipo A aún no ha dribleado el balón (creo que pueden sólo pasar, no driblear), cuando ellos piden el tiempo muerto el balón es avanzado hasta el campo de ataque cesando la violación de los 10 segundos.

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