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Inbound Pass Violation

What is Inbound Pass Violation?

Also known as a "5-second violation", this occurs when a player is attempting to pass the ball inside the court of play, but does not release the ball within 5 seconds of receiving it from the referee.

Sporting Charts explains Inbound Pass Violation

In most cases if the inbounding player cannot find someone to pass to within 5 seconds, they will simply call a timeout.  This allows them to re-design a play and resets the clock to 5 seconds.

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