Maintaining an expert knowledge of the rules is essential to being a good youth basketball coach. In this 28 part coaching series, veteran basketball official Sacco teaches you everything your young players need to play the game safe and by the book.
|1||Start-Stop Double Dribble|
|2||Two-Hand Double Dribble|
|4||Pivot Foot Violation|
|5||Backcourt Pass Violation|
|8||Five-Second Rule on Throw-ins|
|9||Inbounds Pass Violation|
|12||Offensive Foul Shot Violation|
|13||Swinging Elbows Violation|
|16||Time-Out Hand Signals|
|17||Official's Hand Signals|
|18||Hand Contact Fouls|
|23||Pushing Back Foul|
|25||Fouling the Screener|
|26||Foul Shooter Violation|
|27||Defensive Foul Shot Violation|
|28||Defensive Throw-in Violation|
Bill Sacco's life is ruled by the rules. He is a veteran basketball official in the New York area and has officiated NCAA Division I women's basketball since 1998.
He has been the rules interpreter for the International Association of Approved Basketball Officials Board No. 52. In 2007, the IAABO presented Sacco with its President's Award for contributions to basketball.
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