2005年01月17日

Table official

1. assistant socrer
2. scorer
3. technical commissioner
4. timekeeper
5. 24-second operator

The offical, the table officials and the comissioner shall conduct the game in accordance with these rules and the official FIBA interpretations of these rules as determinated by the World Technical Commission of FIBA

Bench personnel

1. coach
2. substitute
3. physiotherapist
4. doctor
5. manager
6. assistant coach
7. team follower
8. statistician
9. interpreter

A coach, assistant coach, substitue or team follower may enter the court to address his team members, only during a charged time-out and provided his remains in the vicinity of his team bench area.

Official’s uniform

1. grey shirt
2. whistle
3. black basketball shoe
4. black trousers
5. black shoe

For the main official competition of FIBA the table officials shall be uniformly dressed.

Player’s playing uniform

1. T-shirt
2. short
3. underground
4. shirt
5. sock
6. shoe

Shirts of the same dominant color, front and back. All players(male and female) must tuck their shirts into playing shorts during a game. All-in-ones are permitted.
T-shirts may not be worn under shirts the player has express written medical permission. If such permission has been granted, the T-shirt must be the same dominant color as the shirt.

The scoresheet

1. the score sheet
2. date
3. game No.
4. referee
5. team foul
6. first half
7. extra period
8. name of player
9. player entering court
10. coach
11. score
12. final score
13. scorekeeper
14. 24-second operator
15. competition
16. time
17. place
18. umpire
19. time-out
20. second half
21. license
22. number
23. foul
24. assistant coach
25. running score
26. name of winning team
27. timekeeper
28. captain’s signature in case of protest

If consists of one original and three copies, on paper of different colors. The original, in white paper, is for FIBA. The first copy, on bluepaper, is for the organizers of the competition, the second copy, on pink paper, is for the winning team, and the last copy, on yellow paper, is for the losing team.

2005年01月15日

Scoreboard for main official competitions of FIBA

1. player’s name
2. game score
3. player’s number
4. team foul
5. individual player foul
6. time-out
7. period
8. accumulative points scored by individual player
9. game clock

The scoreboards shall contain a clearly visible digital countdown type of clock, with a very loud automatic signal sounding at the period or extra period.

Game clock and 24-second device

1. red light
2. 24-second device
3. game clock

The 24-second devices shall be automatic, digital countdown types, indicating the time in seconds and with a very loud automatic signal sounding to indicate the end of the 24-second period.

2005年01月14日

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Chinese Tech Entrepreneurs Donate To Help Tsunami Victims 

Chen Tianqiao, Internet, Netease, Pony Ma, QQ, Shanda, Tencent, William Ding

Posted by: EricWan on Jan 11

Editorial Summary

Chinese Internet Entrepreneurs made individual donations to help Tsunami victims. Netease (NASDAQ: NTES) founder William Ding announced in Guangzhou on Monday that he will donate US$1.2 million to Red Cross Society of China to help people in the districts affected by the tsunami. Shanda (NASDAQ: SNDA) CEO Chen Tianqiao donated 300,000 Yuan. Tencent (HK: 0700) CEO Pony Ma put QQ number “888888″ on auction and will donate the proceeds to disaster relief. Bidding for the number has already reached 100,000 Yuan. Alibaba CEO Jack Ma and Sohu CEO Charles Zhang will both donate proceeds from car auctions on Alibaba’s C2C auction site Taobao.

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2005年01月13日

Technical equipment for scorer’s table

1. scoresheet
2. twenty-four-second device
3. team foul indicator
4. time-out watch
5. game clock
6. team foul marker
7. player foul marker

The above technical equipment shall be provided by the home team and shall be at the disposal of the officials and their assistants.

Ball specification

1.circumference
2.weight
3.diameter

The home team shall provide at least two used balls that meet the above specifications. The referee shall be the sole judge of the leaglity of the balls. Should either of the two balls prove to the unsuitable as the game ball, the referee may select either a ball provided by the visiting team or one of the balls used by either team for the warm-up.