Keeping a consistent FLS clock
Modified on: Mon, 17 Oct, 2016 at 7:20 PM
It is important that the clock remains as close to the game clock as possible during the entire game. The clock can be paused using the space bar on your keyboard, this feature has been implemented to provide statisticians with the ability to quickly start and stop the FLS clock in conjunction with the game clock. As well as this, the time can be adjusted using the arrows either side of the clock.
Please see the examples below:
1: FLS Clock matching Game Clock
2. Statisticians should ensure the FLS Clock does not extend beyond 10 seconds behind or ahead the Game Clock
3. FLS Clock not matching the Game Clock but still acceptable and not an issue
Note. It is also very important to start FLS clock absolutely on time - with the Jump Ball of the game.
On occasions it some statisticians have started the clock before quarters half started. It is very important that the clock is not started before the game/quarter has started. This can cause confusion for fans as the clock on the webcast mimics the time display.
For information on adjust the clock to ensure it matches the correct game time please see the following link. Clock adjustments.
Did you find it helpful?
Sorry we couldn't be helpful. Help us improve this article with your feedback.