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Injury Time-out


Injury Time-out:
In case of an injury to a player, the official may stop play . If the ball is in play when the injury occurs, the officials shall wait to stop the game until the team with the injury gets possession of the ball. Exception: when necessary to protect an injured player, the officials may stop play immediately.

Official Basketball Rules 2010
As approved by FIBA Central Board
San Juan, Puerto Rico, 17th April 2010
Valid as of 1st October 2010

Art. 5 Players: Injury

5.1 In the event of injury to a player(s), the officials may stop the game.

5.2 If the ball is live when an injury occurs, the official shall not blow his whistle until the team in control of the ball has shot for a field goal, lost control of the ball, withheld the ball from play or the ball has become dead. If it is necessary to protect an injured player, the officials may stop the game immediately.

5.3 If the injured player cannot continue to play immediately (within approximately 15 seconds) or, if he receives treatment, he must be substituted unless the team is reduced to fewer than five (5) players on the playing court.

5.4 Coaches, assistant coaches, substitutes, excluded players and team followers may enter the playing court, with the permission of an official, to attend to an injured player before he is substituted.

5.5 A doctor may enter the playing court, without permission of an official if, in the doctor's judgement, the injured player requires immediate medical treatment.

5.6 During the game, any player who is bleeding or has an open wound must be substituted. He may return to the playing court only after bleeding has stopped and the affected area or open wound has been completely and securely covered.

If the injured player or any player who is bleeding or has an open wound recovers during a time-out taken by either team before the scorer's signal for the substitution, that player may continue to play.

5.7 Players who have been designated by the coach to start the game may be substituted in the event of an injury. In this case, the opponents are also entitled to substitute the same number of players, if they so wish.




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100817 ~ About the Injury Time-Out

In case of an injury to a player, the official may stop play. If the ball is in play when the injury occurs, the officials shall wait to stop the game until the team with the injury gets possession of the ball. Exception: when necessary to protect an injured player, the officials may stop play immediately.
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