นิตยสารข่าวของ FIBA ASSIST NEWS ฉบับ เมษาฯ - พฤษภาฯ 2008 หน้า 2 - 3 เรื่อง FIBA's WORLD - HISTORIC RULE CHANGES
The FIBA Central Board has approved historic rule changes during its meeting in Beijing, China on Friday 25th April.
Upon recommendation by the FIBA Technical Commission (a group of experts that deal with the game rules),
the FIBA Central Board has approved the extension of the 3-point line (in place since 1984) and the change of
the trapezoid restricted area (in place since the 1950s) to a rectangular one. The recommendations by the
FIBA Technical Commission and the decisions taken by the Central Board were strived by the attempt to future
unify all existing game rules and to have, in the future, only one set of rules for the game of basketball worldwide.
The rule changes will come into effect in two steps - the first set of rules willcome into effect as of 1st October 2008 and
the second set of rules that include the change of the court layout will come into effect as of 1st October 2010 for
FIBA high level competition and on national level as of 1st October 2012.
The 2011 continental championships such as EuroBasket and the 2012 Olympic Basketball Tournaments in London
will be played with the new court layout.
กติกาใหม่บาสเกตบอล ค.ศ.2008 และ ค.ศ. 2010
RULES 2008 เริ่มใช้วันที 1 ตุลาคม 2008 เปลียน คือ(ช่วยกันแปลหน่อยครับขอบคุณ)
OFFICIAL BASKETBALL RULES 2008
All below-mentioned rules will come into effect as of 1st October 2008, i.e. after the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.
Art. 4.3 - Uniforms
The provision that T-shirts may beworn by players under their game uniforms is not valid anymore.
Art. 25.2.3 - Player falling on the floor
It is legal when a player falls and slides on the floor while holding the ball
Art. 28.1.3 - Ball goes into team's frontcourt
The ball goes to the team's frontcourt when,during the dribble from backcourt to frontcourt,both feet of the dribbler and
the ball are in contact with the frontcourt.
Art. 30.1.2 - Ball returned to the backcourt
It will not be a violation anymore if aplayer, who jumps from his frontcourt, establishes a new team control while
still air borne and then lands in his team's backcourt.
Art. 31 - Goaltending and interference
If a player reaches through the basket from below and touches the ball, it is an interference (and not a
simple violation) with all the relevant rule consequences
Art. 36.14 - Unsportsmanlinke foul
If a defensive player causes contact with an opponent from behind or laterally in an attempt to stop a fast break
and there is no opponent between the offensive player and opponents' basket, then the contact shall be judged to be
Art. 38.3.1 - Technical foul
A technical foul can be called on a player for excessive swinging of elbows (without contact)
OFFICIAL BASKETBALL RULES 2010
The below mentioned rules amendments will come into effect as follows :
For high level competitions/Level 1 ( main FIBA official competitions : i.e. Olympic Tournaments, World Championships
for Men and Women, U19 and U17 World Championships for Men and Women and Zone/Continental Championships
for Men and Women): as of 1st October 2010, i.e. after the 2010 FIBA World Championships.
For medium level competitions/Level 2 (i.e. all other FIBA official competitions and the high level competitions
of the national federations): as of 1st October 2012, i.e. after the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Art. 2.2.3 - Free-Theow lines and restricte areas
The restricted areas shall be the floor rectangle areas marked on the playing court.
The restricted (Three-second) areas shall be a rectangle (not anymore a trapezoid) as per Diagram 1.
Art. 2.2.4 - Three-point field goal area
The distance on the Three-point line shall be 6.75 m (and not 6.25 m as present) as per Diagram 1.
Art. 2.2.6 - Throw-in side lines
The two (2) small lines shall be marked outside the court, on the opposite side of the scorer's table and
the team bench areas, with the outer edge at the distance of 8.325 m from the inside edge of the end lines;
in other words, level to the top of the three-point line as per Diagram 1.
During the last two (2) minutes of the game and of the extra period, following the time-out granted to the team
that has been entitled to the possession of the ball from its backcourt, the subsequent throw-in will be taken on
the opposite side of the scorer's table from the "throw-in side line" and not as presently from the centre line extended.
Art. 2.2.7 - No-charge semicircles
The no-charge semicircles shall be marked on the playing court, under the baskets. The distance of the inner edge
of the semicircles shall be 1.25 m from the centre of the basket (on the floor).
A charging (offensive) foul should never be called if the contact by the offensive player is with the defensive player
standing within the no-charge semicircles.
Art. 29 - Twenty-four (24) seconds
If the throw-in is to be administered in the backcourt, if required by the respective rules, the 24 second device
shall be reset to 24 seconds.
If the throw-in is to be administered in the frontcourt, if required by the respective rules, the 24-second device
shall be reset as follows :
* If 14 seconds or more are displayed on the 24-second device at the time the game was stopped,
the 24-second device shall not be reset and shall remain the same.
* If 13 seconds or less are displayed on the 24-second device at the time the game was stopped,
the 24-second device shall be reset to 14 second.
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