Rules of the Game. The rules and regulations of basketball are in place to protect participants and enhance their enjoyment of the game. Further Resources. FIBA Official Basketball Rules (valid from 1 October 2014) (PDF 4 MB) FIBA Official Basketball Equipment (valid from 1 October 2014) (PDF 841 KB)
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All technical fouls in Basketball Victoria (BV) competitions and leagues will result in a penalty of 2 shots plus possession. Under a new Respect for our game initiative, BV has outlined what is and isn’t acceptable when players and athletes interact with referees. Melbourne United VJBL Technical Foul Penalties
Darren Best has been appointed to Basketball Victoria’s High Performance staff as our new Head Coach – Metropolitan... read more Casey and Keilor to join NBL1 South
Basketball Victoria will await the outcome of the independent investigation before reporting back to the BV Board with any recommendation and/or if any action is needed towards any individual, club or association. Basketball Victoria supports the principle of freedom of association for domestic clubs.
Rules of Operation 26. ... As we eagerly anticipate a return to basketball across the state in the next few weeks, we know associations and clubs are busy preparing ...
Basketball Victoria has implemented the Sin Bin Rule as part of its game development program and recommends its adoption in all domestic competitions across the state. Download Sin Bin Rule (PDF 121 KB) Green Shirt Program. The aims of this program is to make new officials easily identifiable, to raise awareness and increase the
Return to Sport Update – 27 September. In line with the Victorian Government’s easing of restrictions for Regional Victoria (excluding Mitchell Shire), Basketball Victoria would like to clarify some points regarding indoor basketball. REGIONAL VICTORIA. Indoor physical recreation and sport facilities can be open in regional Victoria (excluding Mitchell Shire) for up to 10 people indoors and 20 people outdoors per facility, with a density limit of one person per four square metres ...