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Hey, points for it being creative, but is this move legal?...

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EulerRules12 months
"Excellent" display of sportsmanship, coach...I mean, of your sorry character.
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ImBatman12 months
Cheaters!
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Floating Change Up12 months
G!
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Master of Sinanju12 months
That's a lot of trouble for a girls basketball game. If they had waited, the other team probably would've just passed them the ball anyway.
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wallowinit12 months
So true!
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soccerfüt12 months
Was that Paige Spirinac or Gracie Hunt?
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CoyoteSong12 months
He can’t be on the court during a play. If I was officiating I would call a technical on him b/c he influenced a play while on the court.
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ncinthenext312 months
You'd be right....but it looks like he didn't get caught.
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Tigers4Lyfe12 months
Coaches are on the court during plays all the time. Kim Mulkey too.
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UGATiger2612 months
Yes, coaches are allowed to get away with being on the court/field all the time, but only insofar as they are not interfering with the game. This would be like a football coach who steps into the way of an opposing receiver running a sideline route. This should've been a no-brainer technical foul.
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