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Two (2) Person basketball mechanics meeting. Let's talk about it. (OI meeting previously recorded)
Learn to Referee Basketball: Intro to Two-Person Mechanics
- Published on Mar 28, 2023 veröffentlicht
- Instructional video produced by Ontario Basketball as an introductory tool for young or new referees leaning basic two-person officiating mechanics.
- Start of Game
- Lead and Trail
- Court Coverage
- Throw-ins and Three-Pointers
- Time Outs and Substitutions
- Fouls and Violations
- Free Throws
- End of Game Procedure
Use these techniques and #GrabAWhistle today!
Comments • 43
I'm subbing for my first reffing experience this weekend and this saved my bottom! thank you very much for the clear and concise explanations. This was very helpful
Well done. Having reviewed the video in its entirety, it is a must-watch for all officials.
my 1st game to ref is in 2 days and this has been very helpful! thanks a lot!
I’m 15 and thinking about doing a ref course. This just made me want to do it more 😁
Great video. Do you have one that explains the rotations?
doing my first game soon this was so helpful
I’m reffing a game tomorrow this was so helpful
@KaveGem I didn’t say that
Tristan C well that one got snowed out and then I missed my second one but my third group of games went fine. I was with some friends who had done it before so that took some weight off of my shoulders.
How’d it go?
Thinking of doing... very informative 👍
During a time out, violation or foul how is the spot for the throw in determined?
very very informative
Thanks for your tips.
Super impressive video. C'mon, #grabawhistle today!
video was done well!
I like it. Thanks
Probably the best vid I've seen so far
Check out Discbands for basketball officials. Huge help for keeping track of held ball possession. Especially for training programs, youth, amateur, rec leagues, etc.
That court needs MORE LINES!!! LOL
This module made me do this🙃
Looks like the official is “hunting” for a foul. The officials should not be stepping around and moving looking as though they are looking for a foul. Relax and watch with your eyes.
I thought being a ref was easy, you just blow the whistle when a violation or foul. Why did they have to make it with so much memorizing??
I m referring tomorrow also
I['m not sure where they're getting some of this information but NFHS does not have a substitution signal, and nor do you bounce the ball the the player underneath the net. There were a few others that I saw that were wrong and not what I was taught from my chapter of officials who have a very good reputation for mechanics and professionalism. The trail is table side on foul shots according to NFHS rules. The scorer does not hit the horn to let you know a time out is called NEVER. NFHS DOES NOT HAVE A TIME OUT SIGNAL
PLEASE DO YOURSELF A FAVOR, GO BY WHAT YOUR CHAPTER TELLS YOU TO DO.
@Ron Herbison lmao
Phil Haddad did you catch the beginning where she said FIBA? Or figure out that they are in Ontario?
Blocking foul on the white player
difference between umpire and crew-chief wasn't explained?
Crew chief is the head ref
I'm not very sure but im pretty sure crew chief is the more experienced ref. Or atleast in my country the most experienced tosses the ball
Remove the burden of remembering alternating possession. Discbands.com for Basketball Officials. Be professional. Be right.
i’m 15, and pretty good at basketball, but i don’t have a clue about the rules and reffing shit. I’m actually so pissed rn cuz my school is so poor that they asked me to ref, and the other ref is a forget old man who can’t even run🤦♂️ this is bs
This is not football this is basketball
Me being a freshman and getting to ref games of people only a year younger than me:
(ㆆ n ㆆ💧)
I get to watch another one of these but on wrestling too-