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5 ON 5 BASKETBALL RULES - UW-Milwaukee

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10.) Practice Balls The Intramural Department will supply game balls only.<br />

Teams should supply their own practice balls.<br />

11.) Dunking Dunking is only permitted on courts that have break<br />

away rims. Hanging is not permitted unless it is done to<br />

prevent being undercut by another player. Players<br />

violating this rule will be administered a technical foul.<br />

If you dunk before the game has started you be<br />

awarded a technical foul.<br />

12.) Protests Rule interpretation protests must be on file with the<br />

I.M. Office by 4:00 pm the next working day. Protests<br />

concerning judgment on the part of the official will not<br />

be accepted. See the Captain’s Packet for specific<br />

details.<br />

13.) Post Game At the end of the game, all jerseys must be returned to<br />

the referees. Captains are responsible for moving their<br />

teams off the court quickly and to sign the score sheet<br />

to verify the final score.<br />

14.) Overtime Both teams will be given a one (1) minute break before<br />

the start of overtime. Overtime will consist of a three<br />

(3) minute running clock, only stopping on a dead ball<br />

situations with 1 minute left. A team is allowed one (1)<br />

time-out during the overtime period, but may not carry<br />

over any time-outs from regulation play. Individual and<br />

team fouls will be carried over from the end of<br />

regulation time. A jump ball will start the overtime<br />

period.<br />

15.) Fouls Five personal fouls per player is the limit. Upon fouling<br />

out, a player must leave the court immediately after the<br />

fifth foul.<br />

Incidental contact will be carefully monitored this year<br />

to avoid roughness.<br />

1) If a player is charged with two technical fouls, he/she<br />

will be ejected from the game.<br />

2) *If a player is charged with a flagrant foul, he/she<br />

will be ejected from that game, charged with a technical<br />

foul, two free throws will be taken by the opposing<br />

team and possession, and the player is suspended from<br />

the following game. Also, unsportsmanlike conduct,<br />

including verbal harassment of (or gestures directed<br />

toward) any participant, staff member, or spectator will<br />

not be tolerated. A flagrant foul is called at the<br />

discretion of an IM official or supervisor.

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