CSBOA: Welcome

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 CSBOA 

THE COLORADO SPRINGS BASKETBALL OFFICIAL'S ASSOCIATION
COLORADO BOARD 4 AREA 6
 

    The Colorado Springs Basketball Official's Association is a study group of the state wide Colorado Board 4 IAABO. CSBOA members are licensed by CHSAA to officiate all high school games in the State of Colorado.

Your CSBOA Board
                                        
John Carricato, President & Area Director
Bob Lantzy, State President & Area Assignor

Kevin Kizewski, State Director for Southeast Region {pic}

Steve Oswald, Area Director {pic}
Tim Hutchens, Area Director {pic}

Nels Jacobson, Vice President {pic}
Shelly Rush, Secretary {pic}

Shelly Anderson, Treasurer {pic}
Stacy Gorman, Member-at-Large {pic}
Gary Montel, Rules Sultan {pic}

Bob Marken, Assignor {pic}
Ray Lutz, Assignor



Saturday, January 28
JUST ASKING FOR AN EXPLANATION (CLICK HERE)

Saturday, January 28
ILLEGAL SCREEN FROM BEHIND (CLICK HERE)

Saturday, January 28
LEAKING OUT (CLICK HERE)

Sunday, February 5
STATE OF THE SPORT

Wednesday, March 28
RANDY CAMPBELL'S "RISE TO THE TOP OFFICIATING CAMP" 2012

THIS IS THE INFORMATION FOR RANDY CAMPBELL'S "RISE TO THE TOP" OFFICAITING CAMP.
Handout: RISE TO THE TOP OFFICIATING CAMP

Tuesday, December 13
CINCINATTI AND XAVIER

Wednesday, March 28
Dave Hall 2012 Camp Brochure

Here is information on Dave Hall's 2012 officiating camps.
Handout: Dave Hall 2012 Camp Brochure

Friday, November 18
BASELINE BLOCK-CHARGE (click here)

This is a really great ...

Sunday, November 27
DIFFICULT PLAYS

DIFFICULT PLAYS

Monday, November 28
Middle School Slaughter

Thursday, November 17


Rule 9-9-3 talks about the three exceptions to the backcourt rule.  All three involve an airborne player who during a jump ball, throw in or while on defense leap in the air from their front court secure possession of the ball and then land in their backcourt.

This video shows the exception for the player on defense.




CSBOA Meeting Dates {2011-2012 Season}


(All Organization meetings held at Colorado Springs City Auditorium - 6:30 PM : 221 East Kiowa)
The agenda and highlights of the meetings are supplied via the slides on the website links below. The individual details/discussions are not specifically captured due to the meeting limitations and that others {who attended} can easily update the folks who miss the meetings with the specifics...For more information on specific matters/discussions please email your leadership.... Attendance policy - You must attend 4 out of 6 meetings in Nov/Dec. and 2 out of 4 in Jan/Feb

Organization Meetings
2011-2012 Season

 
Jan 9 & 23 
Feb 6,13, & 20





Friday, January 13
BREAKING DOWN VIDEO

Friday, January 13
HOW TO ADD VALUE TO YOUR CREW

Tuesday, December 13
DEAD BALL OFFICAITING

Monday, November 14
OFFICIATING BANG-BANG BLOCK- CHARGES (CLICK HERE)

Veery difficult plays are often refereed to as bang-bangers, or some folks refere to them as "tweeners."  They are very close to being legal from whatever perspective you look at them .  It is good to have default settings to fall back on when faced with adjudicating a bang-bang block-charge play.

A good default setting for block-charges where the ball handler is on the court is a "charge."  For a block-charge  "banger" where the ball handler is airborne, a block call is probably the better choice when considering the safty issues involved with an airborne player.

 

this play is probably a banger.  It is very close.  Maybe the defender "obtained" LGP before the dribble driver went airborne and maybe he didn't.  It is very close, even in slow motion and frame by frame.

 

Could the lead have been ball side?  Yes!

 



Monday, November 14
GO WHERE YOU NEED TO GO! (click here)



This clips shows a "trap" in the deep corner on the "C" side.  It seems to me that both the new trail and the center official are reluctent to move their feet and go get a better look at this play.  Appear connected to the play that you are officiating, and don't be afraid of going to where you need to go to see what you need to see.

Get a good look at this play and then we will scramble to see the next play.



Monday, November 14
NEED A PATIENT WHISTLE! (click here)

In this clip we see a lead official who needs to be just a little more patient with his whistle.  If he had just waited a half second longer before sounding his whistle the offensive post player would ahe had a bucket. 

No one was put at a disadvantage here. Thepost wasn't dislodged, he didn't lose the ball but was begining a try.

Just a gameous interruptus moment.