Let me describe a specific situation:
Team A serves the ball. Team B executes three hits to return it - they pass the ball, set it and then attack. After the attack, the ball touches both the top band of the net and the hands of the blocker (at the same time) and remains on the same part of the court.
My question is: In such a situation, is team B now entitled to another three hits?
To me it seems they should be, for an oponent player was in contact with the ball.
Some other people around believe the oposite, specifically because of the contact of the ball with the top band of the net after the attack.
I have searched the current FIVB rules but did not find anything that would approve that claim. Is there such a rule in place?