Yes he did. Wilt was never a good free throw shooter and tried many methods including underhanded which was popularized by Rick Barry who was very accurate using that method.
Yes wilt did dunk is free throws this led to the NBA making a rule that players shooting free throws could not pass the stripe until after the ball hits the rim
63 field goal attempts and 32 free throw attempts
He changed it because they had to make it so during a free throw you couldn't go in the paint until it hit the rim.
In the NBA, the record is 97 in a row by Michael Williams of the Minnesota Timberwolves. He accomplished this feat over 2 season (1992-1993, 1993-1994). The Guinness world record holder is Ted St. Martin, who made 5,221 consecutive free throws on April 28, 1996. He did so while giving a shooting clinic to students, taking over 7 hours to complete the task. The most by an amateur and second most overall is Hal Cohen, a former SU player. He hit 598 consecutive free throws after practice when he was 17 in High School.
No he was not, Dr. J was the first person to dunk from the Free throw line in the 1976 Dunk Contest. In 1976 Mj was only 13 years old
Yes in the 1988 dunk contest he dunked it from the free throw line http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EfHnG-e-vE
Wilt Chamberlain and Adrian Dantley both sunk 28 free throws in one NBA game.
no he was just standig at the line waiting until the buzzer went off
Adrian Dantley and Wilt Chamberlain have the record with 28
Wilt Chamberlain's career free throw percentage was 51.1. He made 6,057 in 11,862 attempts.
Wilt Chamberlain was a two-time All-American at the University of Kansas. However, he was not the greatest free-throw shooter, making just 61.9% of his free throws for his two varsity seasons at Kansas.
34 by Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors (vs. St. Louis Hawks) on February 22, 1962
A chamber shot
no its probably ben Wallace, wilt chamberlain or shaq
The restriction of crossing over the foul lane was established in 1956. The NCAA established the rule that requires free throw shooters to keep both feet behind the free throw line during an attempt after reports surfaced that Wilt Chamberlain dunked his free throws.
28-Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia vs. New York, at Hershey, Pa., March 2, 196228 - Adrian Dantley, Utah vs. Houston, at Las Vegas, January 4, 1984