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« Reply #1 on: Jan 07, 2006, 03:35:03 PM »

Basketball Free Throws Line Up: Rules Differences & Stats
Alineación Tiros Libres en Baloncesto: Estadísticas & Regla


• Free Throws Line Up: Rules Differences  
• Alineación Tiros Libres: Diferencias


( for English Translation= See Below )

National Federation - Federación Nacional (Universidades EE.UU):
a- los equipos tiene el derecho a alternar posiciones a ambos lados del área restringida, con los oponentes al lanzador del tiro libre obteniendo las posiciones más cercanas al aro.
b- como máximo 8 jugadores pueden estar en el área restringida (4 de cada lado), y podría haber entonces 5 de un equipo, y ninguna posición vacante puede ser ocupada por un oponente.

NCAA, NBA, FIBA:
a- los equipos tienen el derecho a alternar posiciones a ambos lados del área restringida, con los oponentes al lanzador del tiro libre obteniendo las posiciones más cercanas al aro.
b- sólo un máximo de 5 jugadores pueden estar en la área restringida: 3 oponentes al lanzador y 2 del mismo equipo del lanzador.

En la NBA:
c- las 4 posiciones más cercanas al aro DEBEN estar ocupadas en un tiro libre.

En la FIBA:
c- cualquiera de las posiciones puede estar vacía, pero deben permanecer vacías si el equipo con derecho a ellas no las ocupa.

En la NF, NCAA, FIBA:
d- jugadores que no están en las posiciones marcadas en el área restringida, deben permanecer fuera de la línea de los 3 puntos y detrás de la linea de tiros libres extendida hasta que el balón golpee el aro.

En la NBA:
d- este último párrafo de la regla es mucho más liberal.

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At NF - National Federation (U.S. High School):
a- teams are entitled to alternating spots on the lane, with the opponents of the free shooter getting the spots closest to the basket.
b- as many as 8 players can be on the lane (4 each side), and you could have 5 from one team, as any vacant spot can be filled by an opponent.

At NCAA, NBA, FIBA:
a- teams are entitled to alternating spots on the lane, with the opponents of the free shooter getting the spots closest to the basket.
b- only a maximum of 5 players may be on the lane: 3 opponents of the shooter and 2 teammates.

At NBA:
c- the lowest 4 spots MUST be filled on the final throw.

At FIBA:
c- any of the spots may be empty, but must remain empty if the team entitled to them does not fill it.

At NF, NCAA, FIBA:
d- players not in marked lane spots, must remain outside the 3 point arc and behind the free throw line extended until the ball strikes the ring.

At NBA:
d- this part of the rule is somewhat more liberal.

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« on: Jan 07, 2006, 02:28:21 PM »

Basketball Free Throws Line Up: Rules Differences & Stats
Alineación Tiros Libres en Baloncesto: Estadísticas & Regla


• Differences regarding how teams line up for free throws
• Diferencias con referencia a cómo los equipos se alinean en los tiros libres


( para Traducción al Español= Ver a Continuación )

Which are the differences between the various basketball leagues regarding how teams line up for free throws ? Which are the Stats Man rules in case of violation ?

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Cuáles son las diferencias entre las varias ligas del baloncesto con referencia a cómo los equipos se alinean en los tiros libres ? Cuál es el registro estadística en el caso de cada violación ?

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