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New Fiba court dimensions in Serbia next year!!!!
#1
In House of basketball in Belgrade, has held meetings of the Managing Board of the Basketball Federation of Serbia.



At the request of the KSS(Basketball Association of Serbia) the Board formed a working group for drafting the new Statute. The working group for the organization of the Union was tasked to join the development proposal and the new Statute of KSS to conduct a public hearing. On one of the next session of the debate about the proposed new Statute.



Adopted the report of the meeting of the Commission for the competition which are defined prospects of senior league for next season. Based on the regulations of FIBA field size changes, it seems racket and changes related to the measuring device, the Board adopted a decision that these regulations for next season apply to all senior league, the Junior League of unique quality and all the final tournament junior categories. For all other events will be required to mark a new line of three points (6.75)meters.





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#2
Most of European leagues will switch to the new rules next season. Some leagues did that already this season (Spanish second division).
#3
[quote name='Vilius' date='30 April 2010 - 09:28 PM' timestamp='1272655684' post='21046']

Most of European leagues will switch to the new rules next season. Some leagues did that already this season (Spanish second division).

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What will be with Euroleague? What if Partizan home game be played.And Euroleague did not change the court?

Will be totally different like NBA teams playing with European teams with different rules??
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#4
[quote name='Vilius' date='30 April 2010 - 11:28 PM' timestamp='1272655684' post='21046']

Most of European leagues will switch to the new rules next season. Some leagues did that already this season (Spanish second division).

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I think that it will be all over Europe.

From the beggining, the BSL decided to use it only in the PremierLeague, but what they'll do when 2nd Division team will face PL team?(Cup games) So, it will be all over in Isrel.
#5
[quote name='stefans' date='01 May 2010 - 02:31 AM' timestamp='1272670300' post='21047']

What will be with Euroleague? What if Partizan home game be played.And Euroleague did not change the court?

Will be totally different like NBA teams playing with European teams with different rules??

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Euroleague will change the rules as well. Otherwise it would cause unnecessary problems that you mentioned above.
#6
Indeed. Next season will be the experimental one. We'll see how it will work out, what the advantages and disadvantages.
#7
[quote name='straight forward' date='01 May 2010 - 11:59 PM' timestamp='1272751160' post='21053']

Indeed. Next season will be the experimental one. We'll see how it will work out, what the advantages and disadvantages.

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I don't know will be a defensive 3 seconds like in NBA?
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#8
[quote name='stefans' date='02 May 2010 - 02:15 AM' timestamp='1272755746' post='21054']

I don't know will be a defensive 3 seconds like in NBA?

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No, there won't.

Quote:OFFICIAL BASKETBALL RULES 2010:



The below mentioned rule amendments will come into effect as follows:



• For high level competitions/Level 1 (main FIBA official competitions: i.e. Olympic Tournaments, World Championships for Men and Women, U19 and U17 World Championships for Men and Women and Zone/Continental Championships for Men and Women): as of 1st October 2010, i.e. after the 2010 FIBA World Championship.



• For medium level competitions/Level 2 (i.e. all other FIBA official competitions and the high level competitions of the national federations): as of 1st October 2012, i.e. after the London 2012 Olympic Games.



Art. 2.2.3 Free-throw lines and restricted areas



The restricted areas shall be the floor rectangle areas marked on the playing court.



The restricted (three-second) area shall be a rectangle (not anymore a trapezoid) as per Diagram 1 below.



Art. 2.2.4 Three-point field goal area



The distance of the three-point line shall be 6,75 m (and not 6,25 m as present).



Art. 2.2.6 Throw-in side lines



The two (2) small lines shall be marked outside the court, on the opposite side of the scorer’s table and the team bench areas, with the outer edge at the distance of 8,325 m from the inside edge of the end lines; in other words, level to the top of the three-point line.



During the last two (2) minutes of the game and of the extra period, following the time-out granted to the team that has been entitled to the possession of the ball from its backcourt, the subsequent throw-in will be taken on the opposite side of the scorer’s table from the “throw-in side line” and not as presently from the centre line extended.



Art. 2.2.7 No-charge semicircles



The no-charge semicircles shall be marked on the playing court, under the baskets. The distance of the inner edge of the semicircles shall be 1,25 m from the centre of the basket (on the floor).



A charging (offensive) foul should never be called if the contact by the offensive player is with the defensive player standing within the no-charge semicircle.



Art. 29 Twenty-four seconds



If the throw-in is to be administered in the backcourt, if required by the respective rules, the 24 second device shall be reset to 24 seconds.



If the throw-in is to be administered in the frontcourt, if required by the respective rules, the 24-second device shall be reset as follows:



- If 14 seconds or more are displayed on the 24-second device at the time the game was stopped, the 24-second device shall not be reset and shall remain the same.



- If 13 seconds or less are displayed on the 24-second device at the time the game was stopped, the 24-second device shall be reset to 14 seconds.



For a clearer visualization of the first four changes above, please refer to the Diagram 1.
#9
Ok... Now we r getting somewhere. I always hated the differences between NBA and European rules. In a decade, they will be the same and more international competitions could be held...
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#10
That no-charge semicircle is a real curious addition. No one tell Will Bynum about this in Europe, because he'll be beating the sh*t out of any guard that the sheer audacity to play defense on him in the no-charge semicircle! <img src='http://www.talkbasket.net/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/laugh.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Laugh' />
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#11
Here is how will be look court.This in Spanish League 2.



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#12
Looks like it will be hard to make ball transition to the wings for a three. Not enough room there <img src='http://www.talkbasket.net/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/tongue.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Tongue' />
(03-04-2012, 07:59 PM)KAPALI Wrote: "...I can show U what I am everytime everywhere your web artist..."
#13
[quote name='Led00' date='17 June 2010 - 06:06 PM' timestamp='1276790803' post='22451']

Looks like it will be hard to make ball transition to the wings for a three. Not enough room there <img src='http://www.talkbasket.net/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/tongue.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Tongue' />

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Now will be more competive to NBA players.I think that will be wide field.
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