What does side out mean in volleyball?
I kinda know that when you're receiving the ball. But what does it really mean?
It is regular term for old v-ball rule when you win on other team's serving game to take back the serving rights in order to win points.(on old rule, you don't get points on side-out, but only on your serving game) Now, Side-out becomes a history, but people may still apply it to a receiving game.
A side out is when you get the point when the other team has the ball.
Side out is when the serve switches teams (sides) without points being scored. So, if I start the game by serving you the ball, and you make a mistake, I get a point. BUT....If I start the game by serving the ball to you and I make a mistake, then it is SIDE OUT to you...with no points being tallied.
Sideout means to get the point back when the other team is serving the ball.
side out is when you get the ball back so your team is able to serve on a serve
A side-out is simply winning a point when the other team served, and thus earning the right for your team to serve. You may or may not *score* a point when this occurs depending on if you're playing by the newer "rally scoring" rules (yes) or the traditional "side-out" scoring rules (no).
a sideout means where the other team has the ball, and you want it, so you wanna sideout.
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