Team A forces turnover, picks up disc and launches a deep throw.
While winding up to throw, "pick" is called due to collision between
defensive and offensive player well away from the play. Deep throw
is turned over.
Team B picks up the disc and initiates offense, unaware that an injury
has been called by Team A due to the collision. In trying to hold back
the ensuing throw upon hearing the injury call, the disc is thrown
Team A argues that the pick and the injury were simultaneous and
that as a result the thrower who turned over the deep pass should get
the disc back. They also argue that they should gain possession of the
disc where Team B turned it over after the injury call.
Team B argues that the this remains their disc as Team A turned the
disc over while the pick was occurring and that the injury call was
subsequent to this. Team B further states that all play must stop when
an injury call occurs thus it should remain their disc regardless of the
subsequent throw away (particularly given that the turnover was due
to the attempt to stop play due to the injury call).
VI Time-outs, C - Injury Time-out.1,2 and 3.
XVI Violations and Fouls, C - Continuation Rule and I - Picks