Block/Charge (Secondary Defender): During this example, the secondary defender (#11 white jersey) is able to establish a legal guarding position outside of the restricted area and in the path of the offensive player prior to the offensive player leaving the floor. The end line replay gives great perspective from the lead position.
Dead Ball Officiating: Following the whistle for a common foul, notice the actions of the two defensive players (#25 white jersey) & (#10 white jersey). The penalty and administration should be addressed immediately by the crew. This is an example of a need for team officiating during a dead ball period.
Game Management: Use this example to discuss game management and maintaining a high level of concentration throughout the entire game. Following a made free-throw and substitution, notice the 6 offensive players (red jerseys). It is important to make eye contact with your partners prior to putting the ball in play during these types of scenarios. This is a team officiating play, with shared responsibility from all 3 officials on the floor. In the words of one of my mentors, if your crew allows 6 on the floor, the entire city of Tyler and surrounding areas will know within 30 minutes of the game ending that your crew let 6 on the floor. Not a good conversation. Just slow everything down, count all players, and communicate.