|IAABO BOARD 51
UTICA, NEW YORK
The purpose and goal of IAABO 51 is to promote the game of basketball for the development of character, good sportsmanship, and citizenship
|This web site is generously supported by IAABO 51 Member KEN LIGHT
IAABO Board #51 joined the International Association of Approved Basketball Officials, Inc. (IAABO) in 1925. As a member
of this prestigious organization, which is a nonprofit service and professional organization managed by and for basketball
referees, our stated purposes are:
•To educate, train develop and provide continuous instruction for basketball officials.
•To promote the welfare of the game of basketball, it’s players and officials.
•To maintain the highest standard of basketball officiating.
•To encourage the spirit of fair play and sportsmanship.
•To have available at all times an adequate number of thoroughly trained and capable officials.
To cooperate with all organizations official connected with the game of basketball in furthering its interests and ideals.
IAABO has been the undisputed and unparalleled leader in worldwide training of basketball officials in the areas of:
•Mechanics and techniques of officiating
•Organization of local official’s groups
•Development of curricula and standards by which other official’s organizations are judged.
If you are interested in more information about IAABO Board #51 please contact us.
If you are interested in joining IAABO Board #51 please fill out an application to attend our fall clinic.
Members Only Below
ENFORCE THE RULES AS WRITTEN....No room
for individual or regional versions of the
|Per Section III it is the officials responsibility to contact
the host school to verify game time and venue.
TO: All Utica Board 51 Basketball Officials
FROM: Lee Pavlot, Board and State Rules Interpreter
Through the State Office, the National Federation Office is inviting any and all Basketball Officials
to participate in a National Federation Basketball Survey/questionnaire. Basketball Officials who
want to participate will use the link given below to take them directly to the National Office and then
directly to the questionnaire. There is no limit to the number of officials who can participate. This is
a good opportunity for the officials to have some input into the rule's revision process. The
information given below is being provided to all board members so that you can participate in the
Directions for Officials and Coaches Questionnaire Response
- ·The officials and coaches access the questionnaire menu using the link below.
- ·The individual then selects basketball and completes the questionnaire.
IAABO Executive Committee Approves Life
Membership Inductees for 2015.
Congratulations Lee Pavlot is a 50 yr member of
board #51, NY. In the mid-1990's he became the
board Interpreter, a position he holds today. In
2005, he was appointed the NY State board #19
Interpreter. Lee has served on the Executive
committee for board 51 for the past thirty years
and he currently serves on the Rules Committee
and Rating Committee for the board. In 2009,
Lee was presented the Len Maida Award for
Devoted Service and Dedication to bd 51. In
2012, he received the Tom Emmanuel award for
dedication to New York State as the state
interpreter. He is a member of IAABO's Rules
Examination Committee and is also a member of
the Officials' Education and Development
Committee. Thank You Lee!
Freedom of Movement
The NFHS Rules Committee has drawn a line in the
sand to bring more freedom of movement to our great
game, and Rule 10-6-12 is the stick that has carved this
dramatic pronouncement and will have defenders
stepping cautiously to it as we begin the 2014-15
As coaches and players learn to make the adjustments
to comply with the new rule, so must officials embrace
this mindset and make the necessary modifications to
their officiating style.
In this issue of “60 Seconds on Officiating” we examine
the critical components of Rule 10-6-12 that will be
penalizing defensive contact which in the past was often
ignored when the offensive opponent was able to play
Click on the link below to read up on how to be on the
correct side of the Freedom of Movement line that has
been drawn in the proverbial sand.
And don’t forget to join the REF 60 conversation on
Facebook and Twitter too.
Click below to read:
Boys' modified basketball rules.
The change: If a regulation game ends tied, then a four (4)
minute overtime period will be played. If the game is still tied at
the end of the 4 minute overtime period then the game ends at
that point, tied. No further play. Game ends tied.
Great Job to our board
members for your time
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|EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE IAABO BOARD #51 FOR 2018-2019