Referees should focus on 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16 n ng and g ck g ® O FFICIAL NFHS B ASKETBALL S IGNALS 1 2 3 4 5 6 Start clock Stop clock 7 8 Stop clock for jump/held ball Stop clock for foul 9 Stop clock for foul (optional bird dog) 10 11 Directional signal 12
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Referee BasketballViolations Signals. Walking or traveling. (not bouncing the ball while walking) Illegal or double dribble. Carrying or Palming the ball. Over and back (half-court violation) Five second violation. Ten seconds (taking more than 10 seconds to get the ball over half court) Kicking (intentionally kicking the ball)
What It Means: After a team inbounds the ball, they are given ten seconds to get the ball past half court. If it takes them longer than ten seconds, the referee will blow the play dead and call a ten-second violation. The signal for the ten-second violation is to simply put ten fingers up.
OFFICIAL BASKETBALL RULES 2014 A - Officials’ signals Number of Players . No. 00 and 0 Both hands show number 0 Right hand shows number 0 . No. 1 - 5 No. 6 - 10 No. 11 - 15 Right hand shows number 1 to 5 . Right hand shows number 5, left hand shows number 1 to 5 . Right hand shows clenched fist, left hand shows number 1 to 5 . No. 16 No. 24
These officiating basketball hand signals are used to communicate between the referee and the time keeper in order to notify starting and stopping of the clock. Stop Clock – To stop the clock at any point in the game, the referee will raise one hand straight over head with his palms facing out and finger tips pointed.
OFFICIAL BASKETBALL RULES 2006 A - OFFICIALS’ SIGNALS June 2006 Page 58 of 83 IV. TYPE OF VIOLATIONS 15 TRAVELLING Rotate fists 16 ILLEGAL DRIBBLE OR DOUBLE DRIBBLING Patting motion 17 CARRYING THE BALL Half rotation, forward direction 18 THREE SECONDS Arm extended, show 3 fingers 19 FIVE SECONDS Show 5 fingers 20 EIGHT SECONDS Show 8 fingers 21
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Basketball Fouls & Referee Signals Learn the common basketball fouls and referee hand signals found in college, high school, and youth basketball rules. Not all contact on the basketball court is illegal, but there are some specific fouls outlined in the rules that are designed to keep the contact from becoming too aggressive.
There are a variety of ways to do it, as the other answers have pointed out. When I was keeping scorebook in Alabama, most referees would communicate double-digit numbers to me by giving the first digit with the palm facing me and then flip their hand (with the back of the hand facing me) to give the second digit.