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Title: 3-Person Officiating


1
3-Person Officiating
  • Not just an extra official.

2
Measurable Outcomes
  • The official will
  • Recognize positioning during pre-game, time-outs,
    and free throws.
  • Identify primary coverage areas for lead, trail,
    and center official.
  • Name conditions necessary for rotations and
    switches.
  • Identify special NFHS requirements.

3
PREGAME
4
PRE-GAME WITH TEAM CAPTAINS (CAPTAINS SHOULD FACE
THEIR BASKET TO BEGIN GAME) O.K. USE YOUR
IMAGINATION ABOUT TEAM JERSEYS!
R

U-2
U- 1
T ABLE
VISITORS
HOME
5
JUMP BALL
6
T
L
U1
R
U2
C
7
C
U1
L
R
T
U2
8
Primary Coverage Areas (PCA)
  • Protect your primary area.
  • Get every call correct in your area.
  • Leave your ego at the door - and
  • GET THE OBVIOUS!
  • Help in secondary areas only when necessary.
    TRUST YOUR PARTNER.

9
Double Whistle
  • Yield to primary.
  • LANE Lead probably needs to step up.

10
Drive to the Basket
  • When a player with the ball starts a drive to the
    basket from an officials PCA, that official has
    primary coverage of the player and the ball all
    the way to the basket even if the ball moves
    into another officials PCA.

11
3- PERSON CREW PRIMARY COVERAGE AREAS
T
L
C
12
C
L
T
13
C
L
T
14
L
T
C
15
L
T
C
16
Three Point Coverage
17
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18
BALL IN OFFICIALS PCA ALWAYS SIGNALS 3-POINT
ATTEMPT OTHER OFFICIAL WILL ONLY MIRROR THE
SUCCESSFUL 3-POINT SCORE
19
BALL IN OFFICIALS PCA ALWAYS SIGNALS 3-POINT
ATTEMPT OTHER OFFICIAL WILL ONLY MIRROR THE
SUCCESSFUL 3-POINT SCORE
20
THROW-INS
21
THROW-IN POSITION OF BALL
ALWAYS HAND BALL TO THROWER IN FRONT COURT
22
THROW-IN POSITION OF BALL
ALWAYS HAND BALL TO THROWER IN FRONT COURT
23
TRAIL WILL ADMINISTER ALL SIDE-LINE
THROW-INS (BOUNCE THE BALL)
L
T
FRONTCOURT

C
T ABLE
24
TRAIL WILL ADMINISTER END-LINE THROW-INS FROM THE
BACKCOURT (BOUNCE BALL UNLESS THERE IS A HARD
PRESS) (DO NOT BOUNCE ACROSS OTHER SIDE OF COURT)
T
L
BACKCOURT

C
T ABLE
25
Rotations
  • Ball location dictates rotations.
  • Lead starts rotation based on ball location. KEY
  • Give me a reason NOT to go.
  • Center works high with ball on C side.
  • Better vision of lead smoother rotation.
  • C can force a rotation with high front court trap
    coverage. Lead must recognize.

26
LEAD MOVING FROM A TO C POSITION ON END-LINE
(LEAD WILL MIRROR BALL ACROSS COURT)
L

T
A
B
C
C
T ABLE
27
WATCH THE LEAD MIRROR THE BALL FOR ROTATION IN
EACH SLIDE
T
L
C
28
T
L
C
29
T
L
C
30
T becoming new C
L
C becoming new T
31
BALL HAS SETTLED AND ROTATION IS COMPLETE
C
L
T
32
TIME-OUTS
33
60-SECOND TIME-OUT
TABLE
OFFICIAL REPORTING TIME-OUT SHOULD GO BACK TO
WHERE THE BALL WILL BE FOR THE THROW-IN
34
TABLE
35
60second Time-out positions for
free-throws
TABLE
36
30second Time-out positions for
free-throws
TABLE
37
FOUL REPORTING
  • Move Quickly to the Reporting Box.
  • Freeze
  • Report Color
  • Report Number
  • Report Infraction
  • Number of free throws or Designated Spot
  • Beckon Substitutions, if legal
  • Move Quickly to Position at Table-Side

38
FREE THROWS
39
TABLE
Trail Near Division Line
Center 1 step behind shooter ½ way
between side-line and key
40
Trail Moves to 28 Mark
Center Maintains Same Position
41
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42
REBOUNDING
43
PRE-GAME
44
  • Rebounding
  • Trail must stay and officiate.
  • Do not be afraid of getting beat in transition.
  • Referee the play in front of you.

45
TRANSITION PRESS COVERAGE
46
WARNING - This is an unapproved, yet realistic,
drawing.
47
SUBSTITUTIONS
  • Off official closest to table will beckon Subs.
  • Off official opposite table could be the closest
    official to the table.
  • EXAMPLE
  • Throw-In official is trail at division line,
    table-side
  • Lead official is on the end line, table-side
  • Center official is opposite table and should
    step
  • towards table and beckon substitutes (not
    Lead)

48
SWITCHES
49
Switches
  • Calling official goes table side to report fouls.
  • Table side official fills in for calling
    official, except going opposite direction.
  • No Long switch. NFHS
  • Non-calling officials WATCH THE PLAYERS.

50
Lead Calls Fouls Ball Stays in Front
Court (Table-Side)

c
C
L
T
T
L
T ABLE
51
Lead Calls Fouls Ball Stays in Front
Court (OppositeTable)

T
T
L
L
c
C
T ABLE
52
Lead Calls Fouls Shooting in Front
Court (Table-Side or Opposite) (Lead moves trail
position)
C
T
L
Move to 28 on last shot
T ABLE
53
Trail Calls Fouls Ball Stays In
Front Court (Table-Side)

C
c
T
L
L
T
T ABLE
54
Trail Calls Fouls Ball Stays In
Front Court (OppositeTable)

T
L
T
L
C
C
T ABLE
55
Trail Calls Fouls Shooting in Front
Court (Table-Side or Opposite)

C
T
L
Move to 28 on last shot
T ABLE
56
Center Calls Fouls Ball Stays in
Front Court (Table-Side)

L
C
T
c

L
T
T ABLE
57
Center Calls Fouls Ball Stays in
Front Court (Opposite Table)

T
L
c
c
L
T
T ABLE
58
Center Calls Fouls Shooting in Front
Court (Table-Side or Opposite) (Moves to trail
position)
C
T
L
Move to 28 on last shot
T ABLE
59
Lead Calls Fouls Ball Changes
Possession/Direction NO LONG SWITCH
(Table-Side)
C
C
L
T
T
L
T ABLE
60
Lead Calls Fouls Ball Changes
Possession/Direction NO LONG SWITCH
(Opposite Table)
L
T
T
L
C
C
T ABLE
61
Lead Calls Foul Shooting In Other
Direction
(Table-Side)
C
C
L

T

T
L
T ABLE
62
Lead Calls Foul Shooting In Other Direction

(Opposite Table)
L
T
C
L
T
C
T ABLE
63
Trail Calls Fouls Ball Changes
Possession/Direction (Table-Side)

C
c
L
T
L
T
T ABLE
64
Trail Calls Fouls Ball Changes
Possession/Direction (Opposite Table)

L
L
T
T
c
C
T ABLE
65
Trail Calls Foul Shooting In Opposite
Direction (Table-Side)

C
C
L
L
T
T
T ABLE
66
Trail Calls Foul Shooting In Opposite
Direction (Opposite Table)

L
C
T
L
T
C
T ABLE
67
Center Calls Fouls Ball Changes
Possession/Direction (Table-Side)

C
L
T
c

L
T
T ABLE
68
Center Calls Fouls Ball Changes
Possession/Direction (Opposite Table)

L
T
c
L
T
c
T ABLE
69
Center Calls Foul Shooting In Opposite
Direction (Table-Side)

C
L
T
L
T
c

T ABLE
70
Center Calls Foul Shooting In Opposite
Direction (Opposite Table)

c
C
L
T
L
T
T ABLE
71
TECHNICAL FOUL
  • Calling official goes table side
  • Trail during the free throws
  • Center during the throw-in
  • Exception
  • Direct technical foul on head coach

72
Trail as Calling Official During Technical
Free-Throws (Table-Side)

L
T
c
L
T
C

T ABLE
73
FAST BREAK
  • OR TRANSITIONS

74
Transitions
  • New lead look over your shoulder.
  • Do not look at ball.
  • Watch your 1/3 of the court
  • Pass and Crash
  • Ball goes to L or C primary, other official calls
    the crash.
  • Center
  • Come in and help on intentional fouls.
  • Come across to pick up block/charge.

75
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76
GET IT RIGHT
77
Special NFHS Conditions
  • We do not make the long switch when a foul
    occurs.
  • Calling official always goes table side in the
    front court.
  • C or Opposite Table has last shot.
  • High school mechanics only
  • Signal at the spot
  • Foul reporting box.
  • Black shoes.

78
Non-Signals
79
Summary
  • Know and work your primary.
  • Help in secondary only when needed.
  • Get the obvious - regardless of PCA.
  • Table side on fouls.
  • Last shot pregame and remind.
  • PCA is smaller better performance is expected.
  • Relax and officiate.

80
QUESTIONS
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