Spanish ACB is testing a new rule this season.
When the ball goes out of bound, the refs don’t need to have the control of the ball before passing it to the players.
The rule is valid for the first 38 minutes of the game and only when the ball goes out in the own half of the court.
Here’s the new out of bounds rule that the Spanish League will be testing out this season.
The ball goes out of bounds and the referee doesn’t have to have control of the ball before passing it to the player.
This is from the Supercopa Final between Barcelona and Real Madrid. pic.twitter.com/p8EFmLSJWr
— Dionysis Aravantinos (@AravantinosDA) September 25, 2022
One of the best basketball leagues in the world, the ACB in Spain, is testing a new rule this season.
When inbounding the ball in the backcourt the referees no longer need to have control of the ball first.
(For the first 38 minutes of the game). pic.twitter.com/S4xJN3bfPG
— Dionysis Aravantinos (@AravantinosDA) September 21, 2022