During a recent game, several players on the opposition marked the thrower using exaggerated jumping jacks. Because of this, some of my teammates were very hestiant to throw around their markers.
The rules say that "The thrower has the right to pivot in any direction. However, once the
marker has established a legitimate stationary position, the thrower may not pivot into the markerâ€™s body."
My question is: what constitutes a "legitimate stationary position"? Could I simply throw *into* the jumping player and then call a foul?