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Scott M

Isn't this out of bounds?

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no because the ball never went out. the backboard is actually in bounds and the ball was in the air therefore not out. if it would have hit the back of the board, i believe it would be but on top of the board is not. i will read some more to find out for sure. From the NBA definitions:

RULE NO. 4-DEFINITIONS

Posted Jan 31 2001 12:00A

Section I-Basket/Backboard

a. A team's basket consists of the basket ring and net through which its players try to shoot the ball. The visiting team has the choice of baskets for the first half. The basket selected by the visiting team when it first enters onto the court shall be its basket for the first half.

b. The teams change baskets for the second half. All overtime periods are considered extensions of the second half.

c. Five sides of the backboard (front, two sides, bottom and top) are considered in play when contacted by the basketball. The back of the backboard and the area directly behind it are out-of-bounds.

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This is not out of bounds as it did not touch any iron behind the backboard, the edges of the backboard are inbounds. I played center in high school and made several shots like this when I got pinned to far under the basket.

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It would have been out of bounds if shot from directly behind the basket. Larry Bird made one years ago that way and it was waved off. This was shot from the side.

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