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Offensive illegal use of arms - on the ball - FIBA referee education
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A few plays taken from the usual FIBA DVDs, showing important offensive fouls to call.
Block / Charge 7 - FIBA referee education
Views 12K13 years ago
Video shows a block/charge situation. Taken straight (edited) from FIBA educational materials distributed by FIBA Europe and FIBA Americas (credit to them). Comments appreciated Legal: No copyright statements are made anywhere in the publication and I therefore believe that this has been released to aid referees internationally and not as a copyrighted work.
Block / Charge 6 - FIBA referee education
Views 15K13 years ago
Video shows a block/charge situation. Taken straight (edited) from FIBA educational materials distributed by FIBA Europe and FIBA Americas (credit to them). Legal: No copyright statements are made anywhere in the publication and I therefore believe that this has been released to aid referees internationally and not as a copyrighted work.
Block / Charge 5 - FIBA referee education
Views 13K13 years ago
Video shows a block/charge situation. Taken straight (edited) from FIBA educational materials distributed by FIBA Europe and FIBA Americas (credit to them). Legal: No copyright statements are made anywhere in the publication and I therefore believe that this has been released to aid referees internationally and not as a copyrighted work.
Block / Charge 4 - FIBA referee education
Views 15K13 years ago
Video shows a block/charge situation. Taken straight (edited) from FIBA educational materials distributed by FIBA Europe and FIBA Americas (credit to them). Legal: No copyright statements are made anywhere in the publication and I therefore believe that this has been released to aid referees internationally and not as a copyrighted work.
Block / Charge 3 - FIBA referee education
Views 12K13 years ago
Video shows a block/charge situation. Taken straight (edited) from FIBA educational materials distributed by FIBA Europe and FIBA Americas (credit to them). Legal: No copyright statements are made anywhere in the publication and I therefore believe that this has been released to aid referees internationally and not as a copyrighted work.
Block / Charge 2 - FIBA referee education
Views 17K13 years ago
Video shows a block/charge situation. Taken straight (edited) from FIBA educational materials distributed by FIBA Europe and FIBA Americas (credit to them). Legal: No copyright statements are made anywhere in the publication and I therefore believe that this has been released to aid referees internationally and not as a copyrighted work.
Block / Charge 1 - FIBA referee education
Views 19K13 years ago
Video shows a block/charge situation. Taken straight (edited) from FIBA educational materials distributed by FIBA Europe and FIBA Americas (credit to them). Legal: No copyright statements are made anywhere in the publication and I therefore believe that this has been released to aid referees internationally and not as a copyrighted work.

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  • wballz
    wballz Year ago

    The game has indeed changed. Growing up, any push off with the hands is a foul. Now, it seems to be acceptable. At the same time, any shoulder checking when driving or posting up back in the day was ok. But, you do that now, you have opponents complaining that it is a foul.

  • Topalović BiH
    Topalović BiH Year ago

    5th call was way to harsh

  • Rahe
    Rahe 2 years ago

    Yeah, I heard use of arms was a leading cause for injuries

  • Mat J
    Mat J 2 years ago

    i don't think any ref would call that last one nowadays

    • Tomato Tomato
      Tomato Tomato Year ago

      Well the ref did call but it was dumb the defender entered the shooter's cylinder.

  • Stephen Graber
    Stephen Graber 2 years ago

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  • RIFQI AUFAN
    RIFQI AUFAN 2 years ago

    the last one is clear. thats not an offensive foul. as he didn't illegally use his arms while preparing for shooting

  • Mark L.earns
    Mark L.earns 3 years ago

    Ok the last one was really sketchy ... 13W was merely shielding the ball while 12B was moving with his body into the cylinder of 13W and his momentum took him past 13W when 13W tried to go past him. There was no extending of the forearm, no elbow swing, 13W just used the contact and 12B's momentum to help propel himself past 12B. This sort of call would suggest 13W to just stand in his cylinder straight up and let 12B's momentum knock him back like a log to get the blocking foul ...

    • Kan Ho
      Kan Ho 3 years ago

      Mark L.earns agree, wtf can the player do? Step back to avoid the guy jumping on him?

  • Marcelo Tellez
    Marcelo Tellez 3 years ago

    Clearly this is not an official referee youtube channel

  • 01 Krittin Assavalertpanich

    Defensive foul.

  • 01 Krittin Assavalertpanich

    Foul by Green 7.

  • skeetajohnson
    skeetajohnson 4 years ago

    All I see is a bunch of flopping.

  • Andrew Degenhardt
    Andrew Degenhardt 4 years ago

    play #6 I would no-call that one. Blue made contact first and had not established any position. white just turned in his own space. calling it would penalize white unfairly. blue should have just established a position fairly

  • tybo mylle
    tybo mylle 4 years ago

    Half of these are flops by now haha

  • Aloha Thon
    Aloha Thon 4 years ago

    Who thinks FIBA rules are trash?

    • Ragzbag 420
      Ragzbag 420 Year ago

      everyone thinks they better than nba rules in 2021 mate

  • Aloha Thon
    Aloha Thon 4 years ago

    Play 3 that's a flop offensive player doesn't extend her arms probably the refs have not seen that

  • Heron de Souza
    Heron de Souza 4 years ago

    On 3, legal guarding position is not stabilished . . .that's why she looses balance!

    • Jude The Man
      Jude The Man 2 years ago

      That’s legal below the foul line it’s ok to put a forearm to protect your chest from a drive.

  • Heron de Souza
    Heron de Souza 4 years ago

    This is push . . .no right to call it illegal of arms!

  • GOLVELLIUS
    GOLVELLIUS 4 years ago

    They do this SO often in the NBA, that I really I was missing this still being a foul.

  • Winston Churchil
    Winston Churchil 5 years ago

    last video is foul?people still using it playing low post..🤔

    • Tomato Tomato
      Tomato Tomato Year ago

      No foul here since the defender infringed the shooters cylinder he just trying to get a shot.

  • tybo mylle
    tybo mylle 5 years ago

    half of this is calles a fake now :p

  • Alpine3d33
    Alpine3d33 5 years ago

    Play 4 was a flop

  • doogyjay1
    doogyjay1 5 years ago

    Unless your name is Lebron James. Then you can do it on every drive.

  • Wisudawan Firdaus Mujahidin Empo

    thanks this is very usefull :)

  • Prahlad NatusVincere Kunalan

    tell this to reggie miller

  • augusta megusta
    augusta megusta 6 years ago

    way too much offensive fouls exactly like this in the NBA

  • chocymachado
    chocymachado 7 years ago

    strongly disagree with play 3 white milked that charge by throwing herself look at her upward movement. and reds arm does not extend

  • Samuel Pačuta YT
    Samuel Pačuta YT 7 years ago

    what if a player has just a jumpshot like that?!

  • Aleksandar Peykov
    Aleksandar Peykov 7 years ago

    I do agree that it is a foul, but I do not actually agree that it is an offensive foul because according to the rules "A team posession of the ball ends when a defender takes posession of the ball; the ball becomes dead or the ball leaves the hand/s of a player while taking a shot to the basket during the play time or while shooting for a free throw." So, it is a foul, but not offensive. *Calling a foul and then showing the direction with fingers, not with tight-fisted hand*

    • Tomato Tomato
      Tomato Tomato 3 years ago

      But you still get freethrow(s) for shooting fouls if the shooter gets fouled hard after the ball left the hand while you are still in the air. A charging can be called on a passer when he runs into a defensive player who has established legal guarding position even when the ball left the passer's hand and still mid air.

  • Timothy Cheng
    Timothy Cheng 7 years ago

    interesting... i thought the last two moves are allowed. People I play with use them all the time...

    • FREE FOODSSS
      FREE FOODSSS 7 months ago

      Yes. I agree. I feel like they should be fouls.

    • LunarySSF2
      LunarySSF2 2 years ago

      @Simon Patterson basketball rules aren't absolute, they are guidelines referees can decide to not call it and just let players get physical

    • Simon Patterson
      Simon Patterson 5 years ago

      In reality, the refs in each game determine the rules for that game. If they consistently don't call something, then do it, no matter what the rule book says. If they invent a new rule that's not in the rule book, then follow that rule...for that game only.

  • Brandon Paul
    Brandon Paul 8 years ago

    It looks like the defender is in the restricted area no charge

  • Brandon Paul
    Brandon Paul 8 years ago

    Blocking foul as you notice the defender pushes the offensive player even though he has establish his feet your hands must be straight up not towards the defender

  • Brandon Paul
    Brandon Paul 8 years ago

    Blocking foul

  • Brandon Paul
    Brandon Paul 8 years ago

    Blocking foul

    • * LXW*
      * LXW* 8 years ago

      see Silentium92's comments. he has explained why it's charging foul.

  • Julie Christine Brooks

    This shit sucks I mean who Evan likes basketball

  • Neil Oliveros
    Neil Oliveros 8 years ago

    Blocking foul because he avoid a contact and the defender follow toward

  • JungHo LEE
    JungHo LEE 9 years ago

    now the prob is, it seems like 10 was looking for mean contact as 9 was tryin to eat the space up by getting forward, which resulted in inhumane action. maybe that is why a charge was given... im sure ref was conscious about the situation between 9 and 10.. there are some refs that look at if the action was humane enough.

  • DoNotWatchJK
    DoNotWatchJK 9 years ago

    Player 10 did not move and has the right to her cylinder of space. Player 9 went in and as a result injured herself and gave a foul. Player 10 has the right to stand up, which was all she did

  • DoNotWatchJK
    DoNotWatchJK 9 years ago

    This is no doubt a blocking foul. Played 9 is not allowed in to the cylinder of space of player 10. Player 9 violated player 10's space. Player 10 has the right to get back up in a standing position free of any fouls. Similar to someone leaning over or crouched down. If they lean over or get into the cylinder of space of the ball handler. They have to be prepaired for the foul that will be drawn on them. Please learn the rules of basketball before posting more charging videos... FML

  • Ermir Aranitasi
    Ermir Aranitasi 9 years ago

    The white player is in possesion of the ball,so he is on the offense,but by extending his foot outside his cylinder he makes an illegal move therefore an offensive foul!

  • nanohabball
    nanohabball 9 years ago

    offensive foul? who is in possession of the ball? how can it be an offensive foul?

  • RSCD3
    RSCD3 9 years ago

    Blocking foul if the defender is moving laterally and backwards he is planning to get hit as the offensive man cant avoid him. Charges in the nba are non moving .

  • RSCD3
    RSCD3 9 years ago

    The man position is not set. That has nothing to do with if the man has position 5 seconds before the play in another area has nothing to do this play. The offensive player got low for traction and the defensive player was out of control looking to be bailed out.

  • Steve Green
    Steve Green 10 years ago

    The block/charge call is not good for the game.. There was no B/C call 50 yrs ago. only since 1980. The intent of the B/C is not good. Cheap play. Its not good for the game because the refs only get it right 50% of the time, hardest call for them to make. Get rid of B/C and play the ball like before the 1980s. Watch the old films, they all played the ball and no controversital call. the refs were loved back then.

  • sg77077
    sg77077 10 years ago

    this is a blocking foul. contact is mostly in the shoulders not the torso

  • Billy Sarraf
    Billy Sarraf 10 years ago

    @Logan Bilby yeah boy!

  • Jay W
    Jay W 10 years ago

    Blocking

  • stuffdoggg
    stuffdoggg 10 years ago

    So is this a shooting foul in fiba?

  • stuffdoggg
    stuffdoggg 10 years ago

    Yes you could make the argument that the hesitation and back step by the dribbler caused the guard to close in and push the ball handler but if they both pushed each other at the same time and both are responsible for contact, could incidental contact be ruled? On this video however i think the dribbler more caused the contact as she lunged more into the defender. So i would have called player control (charge)

  • stuffdoggg
    stuffdoggg 10 years ago

    Is is misunderstood because people do not read. Most rule books state that you have to have both feet on the floor to establish a initial legal guarding position. They fail to read further where the rules say that once that legal position has been established, the defense can move back or lateral and even into the path of the dribbler as long as they are not beaten (head and shoulders are past plane of torso) and as long as they do not push into the dribbler.