Yes, you may jump, as long as the shooter does not jump over the line. You may cross the free throw line once the ball hits the rim. Typically, pros do not jump, but it is more common to see juniors jumping since they may not be strong enough to reach the basket without jumping.
You can but for the sake of rhythm you may want to practice shooting free throws without jumping
yes, as long as you dont land on or over the line
Of course you can jump during a free throw but most players do not jump to have a consistency on their shot.
You would find the "jump shot" in Basketball.
White Boy jump shot
A jump shot
It means if your team gets 4 fouls in a quarter then you will shoot 2 free throws the rest of the fouls
bring your elbows in and bend your knees. then jump
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A free shot in basketball would be a free throw. You get this if you are fouled during the game.
== == == == A jump shot is just a shot that isn't a layup, dunk, or floater. Basically a shot at least 10ft away and requires you to jump and release with a stroke. when a person playing basketball elevates (jumps) before taking a shot<< this can sometimes improve accuracy and decrease distance from the basket. == == when a person playing basketball elevates (jumps) before taking a shot<< this can sometimes improve accuracy and decrease distance from the basket.
naaaaah he travels cant do a single 3 point shot, fouls a shiiitt load of people and will never be the best