Yes, they are allowed to jump or leave the ground while shooting a free throw. But if they jump when they shoot and the tip of their shoe croses the line then the freethrow basket will not count.
No, your feet must stay planted behind the free throw line.
A player has 10 seconds to shoot a free throw from the foul line.
If you pass the free throw line when shooting you will be called for a line violation.
after you get fouled when you are shooting you get two but if you shoot a three pointer you get three shots if you made your original you get one less free throw shot.
When someone fouls a person who is shooting gets a free throw.
Ricky Berry had an unorthodox but accurate underhanded free throw shooting
You shoot a free throw if you are in the movement of shooting when they foul you or if you have (?5?) team fouls against you, whatever the foul you commit it will be a free throw
Mainly the biceps.
A free throw
You score points by shooting it in the basket (not a free throw).
A foul or contact while a player is shooting
None. If the shooter has his foot in (on) the free-throw line, the shot is disallowed and considered a missed free throw.
You don't need any points to get a free throw. You get free throws when someone commits a shooting foul.
i dont know. someone else answer it
i am about 85% sure that you can have your foot in the air across the free throw line. Ref Morgan
Yes, there is no rule against using the backboard when shooting free throws.
A free throw line is the line players shoot from when they are fouled while shooting or fouled when the opponents have 4 team fouls.
Yes. For statistical purposes, a free throw is a free throw, regardless of the reason for shooting it.
Yes you can!
yes, the weight of a basketball does affect free throws because while shooting a free throw you have a routine for every opportunity of shooting a free throw and if have a basketball that has different weight then your other basketball then you will end up short or long.
It is at least from 40-70% from the line.