I have a question about Commentary (7f) on Rule 8 [1992 USVBA Rules],
which states, "If a player near the net sets the ball from above the
height of the net in such a manner that the ball is blocked back into
that player, such contact by that player is considered to be a block."
I think I understand the phrasing, but I just don't see how this
situation can arise. If the player sets his teammate, the shot can't
be blocked because it is above his own playing area. If the player is
attacking, and is above the height of the net, he is PROBABLY spiking,
I guess what I am asking is the following: Would this commentary be
improved by replacing the word "sets" with "attacks," or am I missing
something important in my interpretation?