The national federation high school basketball exam below is a 2008 / 2009 NFHS Basketball Referee practice exam, which will help you, prepare and gauge your knowledge before the actual exam. All the best and enjoy.
Questions and Answers. 1. RED P1 steals the ball and dribbles down court for a fast break layup. Before he puts the shot up, WHITE P1 pushes him from behind hard into the end wall and he is too injured to continue. RED P2 comes in and pushes the player that just committed the foul. A.
Basketball Rules Quiz. This is the landing page for weekly "round ball" rules questions and answers supplied by State Basketball Rules Interpreter, Al Battista. Quizzes will be posted here during the preseason as well as the regular season for officials to enhance their working knowledge of the current game rules.
The referee blowing the whistle to stop play, then backing the thrower up farther off the line so this does not happen again. 2018-19 Basketball Officials Exam For Postseason Tournament Consideration & Answers
2018 -19 IHSAA Basketball Exam Question Position Answer1 Answer2 Answer3 Answer4 Answer5 Correct Answer Question Rule Reference 24 Hand the ball to the thrower. Toss the ball to the thrower. Bounce the ball to the thrower. Both A or C. 4 7-6-1 25 May correct by using an officials count. May correct by using the exact time observed by an official.
2017-18 Basketball Officials Exam For Postseason Tournament Consideration & Answers 7. During the first half, as you are about to administer the first of two technical foul free throws to a A4, coach A calls
Answer: The 6-foot semi-circle used for free throws; 6. How high from the ground is the ring of the basket? Answer: 10 feet; 7. How many players does a basketball team consist of and how many can play at a time? Answer: 10, 5; 8. In International competitions how are the vests numbered?
2017-18 IHSAA Basketball Exam Page 3 of 22 Place Question Answer Choice 1 Answer Choice 2 Answer Choice 3 Answer Choice 4 Answer Choice 5 Correct Answer Rule Reference 9 A team is in control of the ball in all of the following situations, EXCEPT: When a player is holding the ball. While a live ball is being passed among teammates. During an ...
Try a test and see how well you know the Laws of the Game. A score of 90-100% (Excellent) A score of 80-89% (Good) A score of 70-79% (Average) A score of 0-69% (Poor) ** Use to prepare for the USSF Grade 8+ Referee test or AYSO Referee tests.