Queens, New York
PRESENTERS: Ernie Rudloff and Brandon Cruz
2-12-5: Added signal to end player replacement interval.
5-4-12: Clarify process to use when coach or school personnel is not available to sit on the bench.
10-6: Clarify that it is not required to issue a warning prior to assessing a technical foul.
5-6-2- Exception 4: Clarifies the process to be used when a technical foul is ruled after the ball becomes dead to end a quarter or extra period.
POINTS OF EMPHASIS:
1. Block/Charge: basics, guarding a player with the ball, guarding a player without the ball.
2. Use of proper signals and mechanics and the reporting area: approved signals, calling a foul or a violation, Rule 2-9.
3. Palming/Carrying: Rule 4-15-3, 4-15-4b
4. Clarification of Intentional and Flagrant Fouls
5. Concussion Rule: page 81 in Rulebook, Appendix C.
1. Trail work the arc 6. Identify shooter at spot
2. Rotation 7. Expanded Reporting Area
3. Block/Charge 8. Warning to coach: no STOP signal
4. Throw-in - bounce or hand 9. 'Hit' is acceptable when reporting a foul
5. 10 second free throw count
Through your membership in the Queens Board 119 of Approved Basketball Officials, Inc., you are a member of the International Association of Approved Basketball Officials, Inc. (IAABO) – the only organization of its kind in the world: a nonprofit service and professional organization managed by and for basketball referees. Founded in 1923, IAABO’s stated purposes are:
• To educate, train, develop, and provide continuous instruction for basketball officials.
• To promote the welfare of the game of basketball, its players and officials.
• To maintain the highest standard of basketball officiating.
• To encourage the spirit of fair play and sportsmanship.
• To have available at all times an adequate number of thoroughly trained and capable officials.
• To cooperate with all organizations officially connected with the game of basketball in furthering its interests and ideals.
Through a worldwide organization of some 200 local “Boards” spanning 38 states and 11 foreign countries, IAABO has been the unparalleled and undisputed leader in worldwide training of basketball officials in the areas of:
• Basketball Rules
• Mechanics and techniques of officiating
• Organization of local officials’ groups
• Development of curricula and standards by which other officials’ organizations are judged.
Board 119 has over 275 members that provide officials for colleges, high schools, and youth basketball organizations.
No upcoming events
THE DUES WILL REMAIN AT $85, THEY ARE DUE THE LAST DAY IN FEB.
AFTER FEB THEY ARE $125 AND AFTER THE DINNER THEY ARE $200.
Please make check or money order payable to: IAABO Queens Board 119.
NOTE - Cash will no longer be accepted for payment of dues.
Working members are required to attend at least three (3) meetings each fiscal year,
one (1) of which must be an IAABO Interpretation meeting.
The remaining 2 required meetings must be made up of any of the additional Board 119 meetings throughout the year.
Please see calendar above for dates times and locations.