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  • Dehydration Affects Officials as much as Players
    by Referee on December 11, 2018 at 10:00 am

    Dehydration is a dangerous side effect of officiating in hot conditions. Dehydration not only dramatically affects performance, but can lead to heat stroke, a potentially life-threatening condition. Players often have coaching staff forcing bottles of water or sports drinks at them during every timeout. Officials, on the other hand, must remember to rehydrate themselves. The […] The post Dehydration Affects Officials as much as Players appeared first on Referee.com. […]

  • Move from Camp to Classroom
    by Referee on December 10, 2018 at 10:00 am

    Every serious official has been there: in a classroom, looking at a PowerPoint as a clinician goes over a rule or positioning principle. They’ve made the trek from the classroom to between the lines, where they’ve had that same official scrutinize every gesture, every call, and every interaction with every coach. They’ve grabbed granola bars and […] The post Move from Camp to Classroom appeared first on Referee.com. […]

  • 2018-19 NBA G League
    by Referee on December 7, 2018 at 2:48 pm

    7 Agon Abazi, R Rowland Heights, Calif. 28 Nate Anderson, 3 Brooklyn, N.Y. 6 Shante Anderson, 2 Las Vegas 14 Clare Aubry, R Columbus, Ohio 21 Stephanie Barksdale R, New York 18 Isaac Barnett, 6 Springfield, Va. 32 Jacob Barnett, 3 Springfield, Va. 9 Kelly Broomfield, 4 Frisco, Texas 22 Blanca Burns, R Oklahoma City, […] The post 2018-19 NBA G League appeared first on Referee.com. […]

  • Get in the Groove with Your Partner
    by Referee on December 5, 2018 at 10:00 am

    There is nothing like throwing a perfect game as a pitcher or calling the perfect game as a referee. Just like in baseball and other sports, calling the perfect volleyball game is a lofty goal and nearly impossible to reach. In your postgame discussion with your co-official, have you ever asked or been asked, “Were […] The post Get in the Groove with Your Partner appeared first on Referee.com. […]