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Basketball rules

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E.1

Definition

The organising body of the competition may decide for itself whether TV time-outs
shall be applied and, if so, of what duration (60, 75, 90 or 100 seconds).

E.2

Rule

E.2.1

One (1) TV time-out in each period is permitted, in addition to the regular time-outs.
TV time-outs in extra periods are not permitted.

E.2.2

The first time-out of each period (team or TV) shall be 60, 75, 90 or 100 seconds in
duration.

E.2.3

The duration of all other time-outs in a period shall be sixty (60) seconds.

E.2.4

Both teams shall be entitled to two (2) time-outs during the first half and three (3)
time-outs during the second half.

These time-outs may be requested at any time during the game and their duration
may be:
60, 75, 90 or 100 seconds, if considered to be a TV time-out, i.e. the first in a
period, or
Sixty (60) seconds, if not considered to be a TV time-out, i.e. requested by either
team, after the TV time-out has been granted.

E.3

Procedure

E.3.1

Ideally, the TV time-out should be taken with five (5) minutes remaining in the period.
However, there is no guarantee that this will be the case.

E.3.2

If neither team has requested a time-out before the last five (5) minutes remaining in
the period then a TV time-out shall be granted at the first opportunity when the ball
becomes dead and the game clock is stopped. This time-out will not be charged
against either team.

E.3.3

If either team is granted a time-out before the last five (5) minutes remaining in the
period, that time-out shall be used as a TV time-out.

This time-out shall count as both a TV time-out and a time-out for the team
requesting it.

E.3.4

According to this procedure, there would be a minimum of one (1) time-out in each
period and a maximum of six (6) time-outs in the first half and a maximum of eight (8)
time-outs in the second half.

END OF RULES
AND
GAME PROCEDURES

April 2010
Page 74 of 81

OFFICIAL BASKETBALL RULES 2010
Index to the rules

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