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Block charge and legal guarding position

  1. 1. Bill Lewis MCBOA Vice President Legal Guarding Legal GuardingPosition Position && Block / Charge Block / Charge
  2. 2. 1. The defensive player MUSTMUST have both feet on the court. 2. The front of the defensive player’s torso MUSTMUST be facing the offensive player. Legal Guarding PositionLegal Guarding Position Rule 4 Sect. 23 Art. 3
  3. 3. • The defender can have one or both feet on the court OR be airborne. • Defender is NOT required to continue facing the offensive player. • Player can move any direction EXCEPT toward the offensive player. Legal Guarding Position -Legal Guarding Position - after LGP is established
  4. 4. Legal Guarding Position & Block / Charge Play #1Legal Guarding Position & Block / Charge Play #1 Legal Guarding Position & Block / Charge Play #2Legal Guarding Position & Block / Charge Play #2
  5. 5. • Defender may raise hands within his/her vertical plane. • Guard may duck to absorb contact from offensive player. Legal Guarding Position -Legal Guarding Position - after LGP is established
  6. 6. • BlockingBlocking is illegal personal contact that impedes the progress of an opponent with OR without the ball. BlockingBlocking Rule 4 Sect. 7 Art. 1
  7. 7. Block / Charge Play #3Block / Charge Play #3
  8. 8. • ChargingCharging is illegal personal contact caused by pushing or moving into an opponent’s torso. • Player Control foulPlayer Control foul is called when a player with the ball creates the contact described above. ChargingCharging Rule 4 Sect. 7 Art. 2
  9. 9. Legal Guarding Position & Block / Charge Play #3Legal Guarding Position & Block / Charge Play #3 Legal Guarding Position & Block / Charge Play #4Legal Guarding Position & Block / Charge Play #4 Pass & Crash Block / Charge Play #2Pass & Crash Block / Charge Play #2
  10. 10. • Offensive players are required to stop OR change direction to avoid contact with a defensive player that has obtained legal guarding position. • Offensive player with the ball MUST get his/her head & shoulders past the defender prior to contact being made. ChargingCharging Rule 4 Sect. 7 Art. 2
  11. 11. PowerPoint adapted from presentation by IAABO Executive Director Tom Lopes

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