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Published on Mar 20, 2011
Per the rules, if you jump to catch the ball on an in-bounds pass you can land in the backcourt with one of your feet. For it to be over and back you must first establish possession in the front court via both feet and the ball being in the front court in your possession.
In this case, the player jumps to catch the ball and lands in the back court (via one foot on the line, which via the rules is considered in the back court), which is legal to do on an in bounds pass, cut and dry.
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