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FIBA had no defensive three seconds?

Fangyulei2010-04-06 07:10:14 +0000 #1
1. FIBA had no defensive three seconds? If not? Center is not standing in restricted areas can not come out?

2. Attack, one foot on the other foot in the restricted area outside the area more than three seconds, is not an offensive foul?
k4568522010-04-06 07:22:50 +0000 #2
1.fiba the rule is no defensive 3 seconds, the theory can stand which is not out of center.

2. Feet are beginning to enter restricted time, one foot is not
too hard-surface missiles2010-04-06 07:27:35 +0000 #3
1 did not, everyone has not come out to 2 points which is not
lvchao132010-04-06 08:09:34 +0000 #4
Some
ice cream Jun2010-04-06 08:43:48 +0000 #5
no
xzx87138502010-04-06 07:28:41 +0000 #6
1 to 2 attack is not illegal, not a foul
When the wheat has become the past2010-04-06 09:47:54 +0000 #7
FIBA no defensive three seconds before, so Wade because, in The Flash breakthrough is killer, every time a big man inside the station, not a good surprise. But now add a defensive three seconds, before which really can not stand out, so very popular in Anthony, big man too lazy to cover him up. That should not be behind, but the league does not appear that the basic situation, the so-called offensive three seconds, three seconds in the region must remain in the three seconds. You said the restricted area should be three seconds, I guess, if the paint area, it is still possible to stay for three seconds. . . . . . Ha ha

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