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OFFICIAL HAND SIGNALS DIAGRAM OFFICIAL’S MOTIONS TECHNICAL FOULS


Teammate moving or stepping into opponent while trying to screen a player guarding a teammate.


ILLEGAL OFFENSIVE


SCREENING One hand bent at elbow extending up and the other hand moving toward elbow


Often referred to as a “moving pick,” no offensive player shall move into and make contact with a defensive player with the purpose of blocking a defensive player from the man he is playing.


Called only when one offensive player checks or interferes with a defensive player when the checker’s team has possession.


PUSHING One hand against body and other hand makes a pushing motion away from body


A player shall not thrust or shove an opponent from the rear. Pushing is permitted from the front or side when an opponent has possession of the ball or is within 3 yards of a loose ball.


ILLEGAL PROCEDURE Forearms horizontal at chest level rotating around each other


Any number of actions on the part of players or substitutes of a technical nature that are not in conformity with the rules and regulations governing the play of the game shall be termed illegal procedure.


OFFSIDE Both hands on hips


Too many players in either end of the field.


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