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Tuesday Basketball League
Tuesday Sept 27th (7 of 7)
UnderBold means two games this day
Crew Chief Referee Gym Lead Time Location Home Team Visitor Team
Gym Notes must be used in this format
Peterson-J Lewis-K Peterson-J 6:35pm @ Hillside Community Center Team Ramrod  vs Tres Commas
Peterson-J Lewis-K Peterson-J 7:30pm @ Hillside Community Center Weekday Warriors vs 24 Hour Hoop Squad
Stinson-D Penn-L Stinson-D 6:40pm @ Columbia Christian School The Hateful 8  vs RB Legacy Tuesday
Stinson-D Penn-L Stinson-D 7:40pm @ Columbia Christian School RB Legacy Tuesday vs The Day Drinkers
Stinson-D (00) Montoya-D (00) Stinson-D (00) 8:20pm @ Columbia Christian School OPEN GYM vs OPEN GYM
Stinson-D Montoya-D Stinson-D 9:20pm @ Columbia Christian School Gresham Articuno vs Late Night Eastsiders

Off Days Team Schedule

Team Off Day
Team 1 Monday
Team 2 Tuesday
Team 3 Wednesday
Team 4 Thursday
Team 5 Friday
Team 6 Saturday
Team 7 Sunday
Team 8 Monday
Team 9 Tuesday
Team 10 Wednesday
Team 11 Thursday
Team 12 Friday
Team 13 Saturday
Team 14 Sunday
Team 15 Monday
Team 16 Tuesday
Team 17 Wednesday
Team 18 Thursday
Team 19 Friday
Team 20 Saturday
Team 21 Sunday
Team 22 Monday
Team 23 Tuesday
Team 24 Wednesday
Team 25 Thursday
Team 26 Friday
Team 27 Saturday
Team 28 Sunday
Team 29 Monday
Team 30 Tuesday
Team 31 Wednesday
Team 32 Thursday
Team 33 Friday
Team 34 Saturday
Team 35 Sunday
Team 36 Monday
Team 37 Tuesday
Team 38 Wednesday
Team 39 Thursday
Team 40 Friday
Team 41 Saturday
Team 42 Sunday
Tuesday Fall 1 League
Day Team W L Win % AVG PF AVG PA AVG DIFF STR OF SCHED STREAK RANK PTS
1 Tue RB Legacy Tuesday 4 1 0.80 82 72 11 1.91 W4 38.01
2 Tue The Hateful 8  4 1 0.80 78 74 14 1.73 W4 37.73
3 Tue Tanyas Six Shooters 4 2 0.67 87 82 13 2.44 W3 36.90
4 Tue The usual suspects 3 2 0.60 119 102 24 2.67 W1 36.66
5 Tue Weekday Warriors 3 2 0.60 85 88 16 2.87 L1 36.34
6 Tue Tres Commas 2 3 0.40 73 76 12 2.05 L1 33.27
7 Tue Gresham Articuno 2 3 0.40 69 72 10 2.00 L1 30.37
8 Tue Team Ramrod  1 5 0.17 77 95 20 2.06 L4 27.44
9 Tue Pick to Play Downtown 0 5 0.00 57 66 9 2.37 L5 26.01

  • We have playoffs: College Football has Playoffs -finally- and so does PortlandBasketball.com! The reason we did not do playoffs in the past is because playoffs- historically have teams no-showing (no shows occurred because 'playoffs' occur in set times & locations that did not fit certain teams needs) and so historically PortlandBasketball.com found that teams would rather have all their games be intentionally scheduled rather than have playoffs that occur in a bad time/location. In fact, PortlandBasketball.com focus is two things we consider more important: 1. we provide parity each week (close games) & 2. we allow for schedule requests.
  • There are 4 championships per year; here is how we define our seasons: each season such as Summer 1 & Summer 2 are separately paid for 7 game seasons, but for the sake of defining a 'Summer Champion', it is the combination of the playing in both Summer 1 & Summer 2 that creates your overall record to get you in the 'Summer Championship tournament' (restated: 'Summer1' & 'Summer2'- will have one Summer champion). Thus, PortlandBasketball.com will have a Summer, Fall, Winter & Spring tournament.
  • Date of playoffs: the final week of the 2nd season (for example- for Spring 1 season & Spring 2 season, the championship will occur on the final date of 'Spring 2' season)
  • Awards: you get a photo- Facebook fame! And you got to play 1 free game (the Championship game is an extra/bonus game).
  • To qualify- requirement #1: to play in the tournament you must have played in both seasons of that 'seasonal name' (example for 'Spring' you must have played in Spring1 & Spring2). Exception: for teams that joined late you can 'pay for extra games' as long as you get to 10 games one week prior to the playoff dates).
  • To qualify- requirement #2: - you must finish in the top 4 rankings (in your skill level) & (from the day that you are playing).
  • To qualify- requirement #3: you must be a team with matching jersey colors (every week) plus you paid on time.
  • The following are the championships that will occur (must play both the 1st & 2nd season- such as Fall1 & Fall2 to be eligible):
  • Monday A
  • Monday B
  • Monday C
  • Monday Rec
  • Monday WOMEN  (top 4 ranked teams after the 2 seasons- will play for the 'Womens league championship')
  • Tuesday (top 4 ranked teams after the 2 seasons- will play for the 'Tuesday league championship')
  • Wednesday A
  • Wednesday B
  • Wednesday C
  • Wednesday Rec
  • Thursday B (top 4 ranked teams after the 2 seasons- will play for the 'Thursday B league championship')
  • Thursday C (next 4 ranked teams after the 2 seasons- will play for the 'Thursday C league championship')
  • Friday  (top 4 ranked teams after the 2 seasons- will play for the 'Friday league championship')
  • Saturday (top 4 ranked teams after the 2 seasons- will play for the 'Saturday league championship')
  • Sunday A
  • Sunday B
  • Sunday C
  • Sunday Rec
  • Sunday COED (top 4 ranked CoEd teams after the 2 seasons- will play for the 'CoEd league championship')

 

 

Legal Guarding position (1 min)

Legal defensive position is that you are square (in front of) opponent prior to their final step of the move/shot. After the 'moment' of being in front and in 'legal guarding position'- you can be moving backward and/or jumping up and contact should be legal, as seen in this video; in fact, if you are in front and displaced, it can be a charge call.

Incidental contact (21 sec)

This play could have been a no-call as the contact seems very incidental ('incidental' meaning- the contact did not create an unfair advantage for the person being contacted). This video seems to show a defender flopping, not a defender displaced by contact and therefore this could just as easily be a 'no-call' from the referee as the contact was incidental.

Incidental contact (26sec) example 2

Defense gets to position prior to final step of offensive player- thus, the contact is going to be a no call or an offensive foul (offensive foul if the offensive player then displaces/dislodges the defender).

No Call - On a Shot (40 sec)

This is a no-call because the defense is there. Restated - contact is legal if the defense is there first.

No Call - On a Shot (1 min) example 2

This could be a no-call as the contact is not creating a disadvantage and trained referees know that a foul requires three things: 1) illegal position with 2) contact and 3) a disadvantage created and as the ball goes in pretty easily in this video, it kind of makes the argument that there was not really a disadvantage created.

Block/Charge? (36 sec)

Defense gets to position prior to final step of offensive player- thus, the contact is going to be a no call or an offensive foul (offensive foul if the offensive player then displaces/dislodges the defender).

Block/Charge? (1 min) example 2

This looks like a good call (a defensive foul). Plus if you think about it- a defender really should be 'defending'- not setting up for flops. A defender is a player trying to legally impede an offensive player from scoring- but the guy in the video is not trying to prevent scoring as much as he is trying to 'work the referees'.

Various Examples of Foul Calls (6 minutes)

PortlandBasketball.Com encourages players and referees to watch this video. There are 10 explanations of fouls vs 'no calls' vs charges in this training video.

Law of Verticality (1 minute)

If defender gets "in front of" an offensive player prior to that offensive player's final step of his move/shot, than that defender is entitled to (law of verticality) to the space behind him and 'to the ceiling'; in other words the defender can jump straight up (but- proof of jumping straight up- is that defender landed close to the same spot on floor when coming down). Important- for safety- to understand this concept of jumping straight up as opposed to jumping outward.

Law of Verticality (6 minutes) explanation

All players in PortlandBasketball.com, for safety reasons, need to watch this video explanation of the law of verticality and how it relates to safety- thank you.

2016 Verticality Rule

2016 Definition of a Foul &/or a No-Call