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Rule 7: Shot Clock - Change of Possession?

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Section II—Starting and Stopping of Shot Clock

 e. A team is considered in possession of the ball when holding, passing or dribbling.  The team is considered in possession of the ball even though the ball has been batted away but the opponent has not gained possession.


This is especially true after a score.  The team inbounds the ball in the back court.  As the team advances in to the front court, the ball is tipped away by the defender in the back court.  That shot clock is still an active running shot clock until the possession of the ball has changed. 

Make sure your table crew is aware of when to reset the shot clock.  This is missed often by the table.

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