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Questions about the rules of sports, including regulations for particular competitions or formats. Questions must also be tagged for the specific sport or competition.

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And 1's are only called on continuations / being in the act of shooting. Otherwise it's a dead ball non-shooting foul. To my knowledge, you can't be called for "multiple regular fouls" on the same pl …
answered Mar 16 '17 by A D
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Haha. No, it's definitely not a foul - especially if it's street / pickup ball. It's not a foul in the NBA either. You see bench players do this sometimes when the opponent's about to shoot. A tech …
answered Aug 10 '16 by A D
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Yes, extending your arms while setting a screen is classified as an illegal screen. http://videorulebook.nba.com/archive/illegal-screen-pickn-roll-screener-extends-arms-2/
answered Sep 5 '17 by A D
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1) It's not that cheap. Pulling jersey, being grabby, etc. are all "in-between" type of plays. It's physical play that isn't necessarily a foul. Remember, basketball IS a physical sport. Not ever …
answered Jan 9 '16 by A D