The ball we discussed yesterday, according to NBA rules, was an offensive foul by Gewei.
In yesterday’s vote, only 37.82% of the bar friends made the correct penalty.
Let’s talk about this penalty.
According to common sense, Trey Young was standing in a reasonable collision zone, and he didn’t take off vertically. According to the rules we learned before, this ball should be properly fouled by Trey Young.
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However, there is a supplementary provision about the rules of reasonable collision zone:If the attacking player catches the ball in the low area or gains new ball rights, then the reasonable collision zone rule will not take effect at this time.
The ball we are talking about, Gewei received the ball in the Lower Defensive Box, so the reasonable collision zone rule will not take effect at this time.
So Trey Young just stood in an ordinary position on the court. Because he occupied the position in advance, Gewei who knocked him down was blown for an offensive foul!
The dotted line is the Lower Defensive Box.
Let’s look at another shot today. In the picture below, are there any violations or fouls on the court?
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