Legal Inbound play, ball is inbounded into the backcourt in the last 2 minutes

This play is an example of a LEGAL inbound play, and it IS NOT a backcourt violation. During throw-ins in the last 2 minutes of the 4th quarter and overtime periods, frontcourt or backcourt status is not attained until a player with the ball has established a positive position in either half. On this play, the player catches the throw-in in his frontcourt, but he does not establish a positive position as his momentum carries him into his backcourt, where he then establishes a positive position and backcourt status. Again, this is a legal play, and it is not a violation.