Both Scorebench and Statistican are to register as “Official”

Become a Scoretable Official

Basketball requires officials of varying skills and without these people involved we wouldnt see such things as live scores and statistics taken in many of our organised competitions. Whilst we all have a general idea of how scoring works, it can be quite overwhelming if it’s your first time having to fill in a scoresheet or to operate a 24 second shot clock.

In Queensland we are fortunate to have QUEST which stands for QUEensland Score Table, who run courses as well as assist with provision of information with regard to changes in the officiating of a score table.

All scoretable officials are required to be registered with Brisbane Basketball Inc it is totally free and takes less than two minutes to do click here to register. Please select “official” as registration classification type.

Brisbane Basketball Scoretable Educators & Evaluators

Helen Burger

Kerry Carroll

Mark Casey

Noela Hanks

Trish Hayes

Tony Lister

Geoff Luke

Gabriella Smareglia

Jan West

For Scoretable Enquiries contact Brisbane Basketball

comps@brisbanebasketball.com.au

Become A Statistician

A Basketball Statistician is a game official who is responsible for recording all actions for both teams during a game. There are at least 2 Statisticians officiating at each game – one Statistician (the Caller) calls all the actions on court to the second Statistician (the Computer Operator), who inputs these actions into the computer. A third Statistician may also be present, known as the “Spotter” and their role is to clarify or pick up missed actions by the Caller.

To become a statistician, you must be 14 years or older and have a basic knowledge of basketball. Some experience with computers is also an advantage.

Prospective Statisticians are required to complete an eight hour Statistician’s Course incorporating “Level 1 Statistician” accreditation and learning to use the computerised basketball statistics program.

After you have achieved you Level 1 and Computer Course accreditation, and practiced officiating at a few games, you are ready to begin your new position as a Basketball Statistician. Your accreditation is recognised Australia wide.

All statisticians are required to be registered with Brisbane Basketball Inc it is totally free and takes less than two minutes to do click here to register. Please select “official” as registration classification type.

What competitions do Statisticians officiate at?

Statisticians officiate at most senior competitions all around Australia. Depending on their level of accreditation, Brisbane & Queensland statisticians have the opportunity to officiate at the following competitions;
National Basketball League (NBL) & Women’s National Basketball League (WNBL)
National Wheelchair Basketball League (NWBL)
Queensland Basketball League (QBL)

For Stats Enquiries contact Brisbane Basketball

comps@brisbanebasketball.com.au