Art. 46 – Crew chief: Duties and powers / Instant Replay Review

New rule

Art. 46.12

  • When the game clock shows 2:00 minutes or less in the fourth quarter and in each overtime,
    • whether a goaltending or basket interference violation was called correctly.
  • During any time of the game,
    • whether 2 or 3 free throws shall be awarded, after a foul was called on a shooter for an unsuccessful field goal.
    • whether a personal, unsportsmanlike or disqualifying foul met the criteria for such a foul or shall be upgraded or downgraded or shall be considered as technical foul.

Reason for change

To add 3 more cases for the Instant Replay System (IRS) reviewable game situations.

Old rulebook text

For reference, before these three new cases were added Art. 46.12 says:

Be authorised to approve before the game and use, if available, an Instant Replay System (IRS) to decide before he signs the scoresheet:

  • At the end of the quarter or overtime,
    • whether a shot for a successful field goal was released before the game clock signal sounded for the end of the quarter or overtime.
    • whether and how much time shall be displayed on the game clock, if:
      • An out-of-bounds violation of the shooter occurred.
      • A shot clock violation occurred.
      • An 8-second violation occurred.
      • A foul was committed before the end of the quarter or overtime.
  • When the game clock shows 2:00 minutes or less in the fourth quarter and in each overtime,
    • whether a shot for a successful field goal was released before the shot clock signal sounded.
    • whether a shot for a field goal was released before any foul was committed.
    • to identify the player who has caused the ball to go out-of-bounds.
  • During any time of the game,
    • whether the successful field goal shall count for 2 or 3 points.
    • after a malfunction of the game clock or the shot clock occurs, on how much the time the clock(s) shall be corrected.
    • to identify the correct free-throw shooter.
    • to identify the involvement of team members, head coaches, assistant coaches and accompanying delegation members during any act of violence.