Not really. You just have to focus on where you are trying to throw it and you will make it... net or not.
The air pressure in a basketball is going to affect a free throw shot. A ball that is low on air is going to be heavier and harder to throw the distance to get from the free throw line to the basket.
Yes the presence or absence of a net affect free throw accuracy. The net provides a visual target for the player to aim toward.
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.
For some people, distractions can affect their free throws. However, some people can completely zome out all distractions and shoot great free-throws even with many distractions.
Only if you let it ... you need concentration and a blindfold to make it.
no, the net does not effect a freethrow. It depends on how you shoot the ball and how your form is
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If you pass the free throw line when shooting you will be called for a line violation.
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None. If the shooter has his foot in (on) the free-throw line, the shot is disallowed and considered a missed free throw.
yes it decreases the accuraccy with the net off
dirk Nowitzki is the person who shoots the free throw
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
The free throw line is 15 feet from the basket.
It is done from the free throw line, about 20 feet from the hoop.
If the free throw is made after the disconcerting by B1 there is NO additional free throw for A1
as of 3/30/10, his career Free Throw percentage is 52.7%Shaq's free throw percentage is 53.7%
No it isn't, you must start and finish your free throw attempts behind the free throw line
no because if you short you can still make it but if you tall you still can
YES. It does affect your free throw accuracy. If the ball does not have enough air you will have to give the basketball more force. When more force is applied it will probably bounce off the rim. With more air you could give the ball more touch and your percent will go up.
A free throw is a free shot (shot at the free throw line) awarded for a few circumstances. If a player is fouled while shooting (or the fouling team is over the foul limit), then the player will shoot two or three free throws depending on where they were standing when they shot the ball. A free throw is also awarded to the best free throw shooter when the other team receives a technical foul.
The back of the free throw line is 15 feet from the backboard.
The width of the free throw line is 12 feet.