A violation, on the other hand, is an infraction of the rules of basketball that cause a team to lose possession of the ball. There are no free throws taken when a violation occurs. Basketball violations include such things as: double dribbling ; traveling ; over and back ; 3-seconds in the lane ; 10-seconds in the backcourt
Illegal Hand Use – An illegal hand use foul is signaled by the official putting both of his hands in front of him, at waist level, and grabbing one of his wrists with the other hand. Basketball Violation Hand Signals
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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)
The basketball official signals that a violation has occurred by blowing the whistle and holding one arm up in the air, with the palm open, followed by the sign for the specific violation. Travel Once a player establishes a pivot foot, he cannot lift that pivot foot and return it to the floor before releasing the ball on a pass or a shot.
To solve this problem, referees developed an extensive repertoire of hand signals to communicate calls for violations, fouls, timeouts, and more. These hand signals are largely universal across the sport and have been used by basketball referees for decades. Oftentimes, referees will blow the whistle to stop play and simultaneously communicate the call verbally while also using the corresponding hand signal.
Basketball: Referees Hand Signals 1. Referees Hand SignalsPrepared by: Fritzie B. Talidano MPE 2. • Violation- raise arm with open palm. • Foul- raise arm with clenched fist. 3. Blocking- signal foul, hands on hips 4. Charging-clenched fist 5. Double Foul- waving clenched fist 6. Holding-signal foul; grasp wrist 7.
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5-Second Violation (Inbounding): A player must inbound the basketball within five seconds after the referee hands it to them to avoid a turnover. 5-Second Violation (Offensive): An offensive player must pass, shoot or dribble the basketball within five seconds if being guarded by a defensive player who is within arm’s reach.