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Posted by Drew Martin
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Team fouls will reset to zero at the 9:59 mark of each half, and teams will start shooting free throws when the opponent accumulates five team fouls instead of the standard seven. Teams will shoot two free throws and not have a one-and-one situation.

Resetting the team foul total at the 9:59 mark instead of making the change to four quarters will allow the game to keep its unique format of two 20-minute halves, according to the NCAA.

In another rules experiment, after a personal foul by the defense, the shot clock will re-set to 20 seconds rather than the full 30 or remain the same as it was when the foul occurred, whichever is greater. The purpose of the change is to try to increase the number of possessions in a game, which could increase scoring. -nit-games/pxOphSFWyCkYSS71HKYIkL/

Reply by Drew Martin

CBI Rule Changes:

Similarly to the NIT, the CBI will be exploring a format that includes four ten-minute segments, not unlike what NCAA womens basketball has adopted. However, unlike womens basketball, the game will not be broken into quarters per se, but rather four segments, meaning the clock will read 20 minutes at the beginning of each half. The clock will not stop at the 10 minute mark of a half (mean no quarter breaks), but rather the new segment will begin seamlessly at the 9:59 mark of each half. -and-mason-on-a-collision-course/

Reply by redmon

Here soon we will have a 20 sec shot clock just so the ADD fan can be entertained. Friggin ridiculous man.

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