Inbound Violation, inbounding player hands the ball to teammate from Out of Bounds

This is an example of a violation on an inbounds play. A thrower-in is not permitted to hand the ball to any player on the court. On this play, the inbounding offensive player hands the ball to his on-court teammate. This is a violation, and the ball is awarded to the oppsoing team at the sideline nearest the spot of the violation.