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1 NFHS Basketball Exam Part II NOTE: In the exam situations, A refers to offensive team and B refers to their opponents, the defensive team. A1 and B1 are players of Team A and Team B. Unless otherwise stated: a single foul or free throw exists; all equipment, situations and acts are legal; a tap is toward the tapper s basket; and it is a two-point field goal. No errors or mistakes are involved unless noted. 1. Alternating possession to start a half shall be from which of the following? A. Backcourt B. Division line C. All of the answers are correct. 2. If either team fouls during an alternating-possession thrown-in: A. The arrow is changed if the foul is on the offense. B. The arrow is changed regardless of the fouling team. C. The arrow is not changed. 3. The possession arrow is not switched when: A. The offensive team commits a foul. B. The defensive team commits a foul. C. The defensive team commits a violation. 4. Correctable errors do not involve: A. Judgment. B. Setting aside a rule. C. All of the answers are correct. 5. If an error is corrected, play shall be resumed: A. From the point of interruption. B. After any free-throw attempts. C. From the end line of the offended team. D. From the division line. 6. To be corrected, a correctable error must be recognized: A. Before a basket being made by either team. B. Before a whistle for a foul or violation. C. During the first dead ball after the clock has properly started. D. Before the first dead ball after the clock has properly started. 7. A high school game may be played on a court measuring: A. 94 feet by 50 feet. B. 84 feet by 50 feet. C. 72 feet by 50 feet. 8. Legal colors of the ball may be: A. Orange B.. Brown C.. Red-Orange. 9. Non-playing personnel, such as cheerleaders and media, shall:

2 A. Remain outside the free-throw lane lines extended throughout the game. B. Remain outside the playing area during a 30-second time-out. C. Avoid interference with players and game officials. 10. The length of the coaching box in Wisconsin is: A. 14 feet B. 28 feet C. 6 feet D. 12 feet 11. The following are required for a game: A. "X" marking in front of the official scorer. B. Visible game clock. C. Visible scoreboard. D. Alternate timing device. 12. The free-throw lane shall be feet wide, measured to the outside of each lane boundary. A. 10 B. 8 C. 14 D The signal to indicate the end of a half or extra period may be: A. Red light behind each backboard. B. LED light on each backboard. C. Audible timer's signal. 14. The use of electronic devices on the bench is permitted in all instances, EXCEPT, A. Gathering of statistics. B. Communication with a player on the court. C. Recording video. D. Retrieval of a play from the internet. 15. Which of the following types of basket rings are legal? A. Positive-lock breakaway B. Fixed C. Flex breakaway 16. A flagrant foul is: A. Only a personal foul. B. Only a technical foul. C. Violent contact such as kicking and kneeing. D. Committed by a player or coach. 17. A free throw ends: A. When the try is released. B. When the try touches the basket ring. C. When the try touches the floor. 18. A held ball occurs when: A. An opponent places a hand on the ball to prevent an airborne player from a try. B. A player is lying on the ball with another opponent on top of them.

3 C. The ball is on the floor surrounding by multiple players reaching for the ball. 19. A loose ball that is not a try or tap is: A. Not in either team's control. B. In control of the team whose player last had control. C. In control of the team whose players did not last have control. 20. A player-control foul can be committed by: A. Any offensive player. B. An airborne shooter. C. A substitute waiting to enter the game. 21. A player who catches the ball with both feet on the floor may pivot: A. With both feet. B. With either foot. C. With the foot on the same side he/she holds the ball. 22. A player who has released the ball on a try for a goal or has tapped the ball and has not returned to the floor is: A. An airborne shooter. B. A ball handler. C. A defender. D. A dribbler. 23. A point of interruption is used: A. Due to an inadvertent whistle. B. A double personal foul. C. A correctable error. 24. A tap is considered the same as a: A. Pass B. Fumble C. Try D. Dribble 25. A team delay warning may be issued for: A. Thrower not taking the ball from the official. B. Thrower not picking up the ball after it passes through the basket. C. Failure to have the court ready for play following a time-out. 26. A team may be issued a delay-of-game warning following a time-out for which of the following: A. Water on the floor, failure to have the floor ready for play. B. Interfering with the ball following a goal as in e. C. Huddle by either team and contact with the free thrower, as in d. 27. A warning to a coach/team for misconduct is an administrative procedure by an official, which is: A. Recorded in the scorebook by the scorer and reported to the head coach. B. Verbally reported to the other officials on the court. C. Mandatory before giving a technical. D. Verbally reported to the opponent's head coach. 28. After B1 obtains a legal guarding position: A. The guard may have one or both feet on the playing court or be airborne, provided he/she has inbound status.

4 B. The guard is required to continue facing the opponent. C. The guard may not raise hands or jump within his/her vertical plane. D. The guard may not turn or duck to absorb the shock of imminent contact. 29. After establishing a pivot foot: A. The pivot foot may be lifted before a pass or try. B. The pivot foot may be lifted before a dribble. C. The pivot foot may not be lifted. D. The pivot foot may be changed by touching the ball to the floor. 30. All of the following statements are true regarding a closely-guarded situation, EXCEPT: A. A closely-guarded count continues during an interrupted dribble. B. A closely-guarded count only takes place in a team's frontcourt. C. A violation occurs when a dribbling player is closely guarded for five seconds. D. The closely-guarded distance is measured from the forward foot/feet of the defender to the forward foot/feet of the ball handler. E. The closely-guarded count continues when there is a defensive switch, provided the 6-foot distance is maintained. 31. An intentional foul is: A. Based solely on the severity of the act. B. Never premeditated. C. Occurs only in the last two minutes of a quarter. D. Contact that is excessive. 32. Basket interference occurs when a player: A. Touches the ball while it is on or within either basket. B. Pulls down a movable ring so it contacts the ball before the ring returns to its original position. C. Touches the ball outside the cylinder while reaching through the basket from below. 33. Bench personnel includes: A. Assistant coaches. B. Statisticians. C. Trainer Continuous motion does not apply to: A. Try. B. Dribble. C. Tap. D. Free-throw attempt. 35. During a designated throw-in, the thrower must: A. Keep both feet on the floor. B. Remain within 3 feet of the sideline. C. Keep one foot on or over the designated spot. D. Throw the ball directly to a teammate. 36. During an interrupted dribble: A. A player may request a time-out. B. A player-control foul may be committed. C. A closely guarded count will continue. D. An out-of-bounds violation does not apply to the player involved in the interrupted dribble. 37. Failure to follow the resumption-of-play procedure results in a: A. Forfeit. B. Technical foul charged to head coach.

5 C. Violation. D. Delay-of-game warning. 38. Game management should: A. Provide a private dressing room to the officials. B. Notify officials at least one week before each game of the exact time and place. C. Keep the crowd under control. 39. Guarding rules include: A. A maximum distance between opponents. B. A minimum distance between opponents. C. No restrictions on arms or legs. 40. If a player catches the ball while both feet are off the floor and lands on one foot, he/she may: A. Jump off that foot and simultaneously land on both feet with no pivot foot. B. Follow with the second foot touching, the first foot is the pivot foot. C. All of the answers are correct. 41. If entry onto the court is not legal, the substitute becomes a player when: A. The clock starts. B. The ball is touched by a player inbounds. C. The ball becomes live. 42. On the opening jump ball, the alternating-possession arrow is set when: A. A player taps the ball. B. The ball touches the floor. C. A non-jumper touches the ball. D. A player secures control of the ball. 43. Once a player has established a legal guarding position, verticality exists: A. If he/she rises or jumps within his/her vertical plane. B. Only when both feet are on the floor. C. Only when the arms are in front of the body. D. Only for the offensive player. 44. Palming the ball is a violation if the dribbler A. Has both hands touching the ball B. Allows the ball to come to rest on a hand C. Allows the ball to bounce over the player's head D. Allows the ball to bounce to shoulder level of the player 45. Play is resumed at the point of interruption in all of the following situations, EXCEPT: A. An official's inadvertent whistle. B. A double personal foul. C. A double technical foul. D. A simultaneous foul. E. A technical foul. 46. Team control ends when the ball is: A. Passed. B. Loose during a dribble.

6 C. In flight for a try. D. Rolling across the floor. 47. The act of shooting begins: A. With the start of the try and ends when the ball touches something. B. When the ball is released and ends when the ball is clearly in flight. C. With the start of the try and ends when the ball is clearly in flight. D. When the shooter leaves the floor and ends when the ball is in the net 48. The dribble ends when: A. The dribbler catches the ball. B. The dribbler palms the ball. C. The ball becomes dead. D. The dribbler simultaneously touches the ball with both hands. 49. The location of an airborne player is determined by: A. The place the player lands. B. The place the player left the floor. C. The player location of the player the airborne player touches while airborne. 50. The throw-in count begins when: A. The thrower has the ball in his/her hands. B. The ball is at the disposal of the thrower. C. The official places the ball on the floor. 51. Time and distance are factors for guarding an opponent: A. With the ball. B. Standing still. C. Without the ball. 52. To establish legal screening position the screener must: A. Face the opponent. B. Stay within his/her vertical plane. C. Be less than an arm's length away from the opponent. D. Shout "screen" so the opponent can hear the warning. 53. To obtain or maintain a legal rebounding position, a player may: A. Maintain verticality. B. Displace an opponent. C. Bend his/her body in an abnormal position. D. Use only hips or knees in a position other than vertical. 54. Traveling is moving a foot in any direction in excess of prescribed limits while holding the ball. Which of the following statements is also true? A. A player who catches the ball with both feet on the floor may pivot using either foot. B. On a catch with both feet on the floor, when one is lifted, the other becomes the pivot. C. The pivot foot may not be lifted before the ball is released to start a dribble. 55. Which of the following is a requirement of a closely guarded situation? A. Defender within 3 feet of dribbler. B. Player control in their frontcourt. C. Both feet of the defender must be on the floor.

7 D. Hands and arms of the defender must be in their vertical plane. 56. A foul committed by a member of the throw-in team from the start of throw-in until player control is obtained inbounds is a: A. Player-control foul. B. Intentional foul. C. Team-control foul. D. False double foul. 57. A situation in which there are fouls by both teams, the second of which occurs before the clock is started following the first, is a: A. Double foul. B. Simultaneous foul. C. Multiple foul. D. False double foul. 58. A situation in which two or more teammates commit personal fouls against the same opponent at approximately the same time is a: A. Double foul. B. Simultaneous foul. C. Multiple foul. D. False double foul. 59. All of the following are true regarding a foul when committed against a ball handler/dribbler, except: A. Placing two hands on the player. B. Placing an extended arm bar on the player. C. Placing and keeping two hands on the player. D. Placing one hand on a player and then immediately releasing the hand. E. Contacting the player more than once with the same hand or alternating hands. 60. All of the following are true statements regarding intentional fouls, EXCEPT: A. Contact away from the ball or when not making a legitimate attempt to play the ball or a player, specifically designed to stop or keep the clock from starting. B. May or may not be premeditated. C. Foul which neutralizes an opponent's obvious advantageous position. D. Assessed if the opponent of a thrower-in reaches through the boundary-line plane and fouls the thrower. E. Based solely on the severity of the act. 61. Contact after the ball has become dead is incidental: A. Unless it is ruled intentional. B. Unless it is ruled flagrant. C. Unless committed by or on an airborne shooter. 62. For multiple infractions of the administrative technical foul rule: A. Only one foul is charged. B. Each foul carries a two-shot penalty. C. The head coach is charged one indirect technical. 63. In the case of a fight on the court with a corresponding number from each team: A. No free throws are awarded. B. All participants are disqualified. C. All of the answers are correct. 64. With less than 10 minutes before the scheduled starting time, a team may not: A. Add a name to the roster. B. Change a designated starter, except for illness or injury.

8 C. Have a player change to a number in the scorebook. 65. A free throw begins when the free thrower receives the ball from the official: A. And it ends when the ball becomes dead. B. And it ends when it is certain the try will not be successful. C. And it ends when the try touches the floor or any player. 66. A substitute free throw is awarded: A. If B1 violates and A1's attempt is unsuccessful. B. If A1's foot touches the free-throw line during the free throw. C. If A2 commits a foul by pushing B2. D. If B1 violates and A1's attempt is successful. 67. Between shots during a multiple free-throw situation, players along the lane lines may not: A. Cross over the lane to another spot. B. Move along the lane to occupy a different spot. C. Move to an area behind the three-point arc above the free-throw line extended. 68. If a person who should be attempting a free throw is injured or disqualified: A. His/her substitute may attempt the free throw. B. Any teammate already in the game may attempt the free throw. C. A player selected by the opposing coach may attempt the free throw. 69. If an opponent of the free thrower does not occupy the first marked lane space: A. A teammate of the free thrower may fill the space. B. The space may remain empty. C. The free throw shall not be administered. 70. If there are multiple throws to be attempted due to a single personal foul and a single technical foul, the tries shall be attempted: A. With the technical foul first. B. In the order in which they occurred. C. With the personal foul first. D. In the order determined by the referee. 71. If the last free throw for a personal foul is unsuccessful, the ball remains A. In the possession of the shooting team B. Live C. Dead D. In the possession of the opponents 72. If there is a violation first by the free thrower's opponent followed by the free thrower or teammate: A. Both violations are always penalized. B. The second violation may be ignored. C. Only violations along the lane line are penalized. 73. Teams may not be charged with a free-throw violation before: A. The shooter possesses the ball. B. The free-throw attempt begins. C. The ball is at the disposal of the shooter.

9 74. The free throws awarded because of a technical foul may be attempted by: A. Any player on the floor at the time of the technical. B. Any substitute eligible to enter the game. C. The speaking captain. 75. When free thrower A1 purposefully fakes a try, it results in: A. A technical foul assessed to A's head coach. B. A violation on A1. C. A team technical on Team A. D. An unsporting technical on A A ball that is in contact with two players: A. Is in the frontcourt if one player is on the division line. B. Is in the backcourt if either player is touching the backcourt. C. Is in the backcourt if either player is touching the frontcourt. D. Is in the frontcourt. 77. A ball which is in flight retains the same status it has when last in contact: A. With a player on the court. B. With a player who has both feet in the frontcourt. C. With a player who catches the ball. D. With the player who threw the ball. 78. The ball is considered in the frontcourt when: A. Either foot and the ball touch the frontcourt. B. The ball touches the frontcourt. C. Both feet and the ball touch the frontcourt. D. Both feet touch the frontcourt. 79. When a player ends a dribble and is touching the division line with one foot and the other foot is in the frontcourt: A. The ball is in the backcourt. B. The ball is in the frontcourt. C. The player is in the backcourt. D. The player is in violation. 80. Guarding an opponent with the ball requires: A. One step away for legal guarding position. B. Two steps away for legal guarding position. C. No steps have to be allowed. 81. Legally placing the body in the path of an offensive opponent is: A. Screening. B. Blocking. C. Guarding. D. Charging. 82. When guarding a moving opponent, without the ball, who is airborne: A. The defender must have obtained legal position before the opponent left the floor. B. The defender may move into legal position while the opponent is in the air. C. The defender must have part of his/her body in position before the opponent left the floor. 83. A game will not start with a jump ball if: A. An administrative technical foul is assessed.

10 B. A foul occurs. C. A flagrant technical foul is assessed. D. A personal technical foul is assessed. 84. During a throw-in, free throw or jump ball, which rules are not in effect? A. Dribble B. Timing C. Contact D. None of the answers are correct 85. If A1's try or tap is legally touched in flight: A. The ball is dead. B. The touching is ignored. C. Only two points may be scored. D. The clock stops. 86. On a jump ball, the ball becomes live when: A. The ball is tossed. B. The ball is touched. C. The ball is possessed. 87. On a throw-in, the ball becomes live when: A. The ball is touched. B. The ball is at the thrower's disposal. C. The ball is possessed. 88. The ball becomes dead, or remains dead, when: A. Time expires for a quarter or extra period. B. An official's whistle is blown. C. A player-control foul or team-control foul is called. 89. The ball is dead when: A. A violation is committed by the free-throw team. B. An official's whistle sounds. C. Time expires for a quarter, except when a try is in flight. 90. A bookkeeping mistake: A. May be corrected when discovered. B. Includes adding players to the scorebook during the game. C. Must be corrected before the halftime intermission. D. May be corrected if recognized during the first dead ball following the mistake. 91. All of the following are pregame duties of the referee, EXCEPT: A. Be responsible for having each team submit its roster and starters before the 10-minute mark. B. Designate the official timepiece and official timer. C. Designate the official scorebook and official scorer. D. Be responsible for having each team notified three minutes before the game is to begin. E. Inspect and approve all equipment. 92. All of the following statements regarding officials' jurisdiction are true, EXCEPT: A. Jurisdiction begins prior to the game when the officials arrive on the floor. B. Jurisdiction extends through periods when the game may be momentarily stopped for any reason.

11 C. Jurisdiction is terminated when all officials leave the visual confines of the playing area. D. Jurisdiction ends when the referee approves the final score. E. Officials shall arrive on the floor at least 15 minutes before the scheduled starting time of the game. 93. An official shall immediately remove a player from the game who exhibits the following signs or symptoms of a concussion: A. Dizziness. B. Confusion. C. Headache. D. Loss of consciousness. 94. An official shall silently and visibly count seconds while administering the rules for: A. Three seconds and backcourt. B. Three seconds and throw-in. C. Closely guarded, throw-in and three seconds. D. Free throw, throw-in, backcourt and closely guarded. 95. Any on-court official may: A. Put the ball in play. B. Administer a penalty. C. Beckon a substitute. D. Grant a time-out. 96. If a mistake has been made and the umpire is still on the floor at the end of the game: A. He/she can do nothing. B. He/she may call the referee back to make the correction. C. He/she cannot call the referee back to make the correction. D. The game is over. 97. If the referee determines that the clock was not started or stopped properly, or if the clock did not run, the referee: A. May correct by using an officials count. B. May correct by using the exact time observed by an official. C. All of the answers are correct. 98. The officials shall stop the game until the host team's game management addresses the situation: A. If a player-control foul is ruled. B. If a coach is disqualified. C. If team supporters interfere with the ordinary progress of the game. D. A player hangs on the basket ring. 99. The referee shall confer with the scorer at halftime: A. To determine if a jump ball is needed to start the second half. B. To ensure that the possession arrow is pointed in the proper direction. C. To ensure that unused time-outs are available to be used in the second half. D. To add any new team members to the scorebook Which is not considered a correctable error? A. Wrong team inbounding the ball. B. Free throw wrongly awarded. C. Free throw wrongly denied. D. Erroneously counting a basket.

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