Depends on the player.
No, the thought being that the foul did not allow the player to have a fair attempt at making the shot.
It can affect the shot's accuracy. If you are unbalanced, your shot will most likely not be straight, unless you anticipate the shot. You have the most control over the ball in your shooting stance. I prefer to face the basket with one foot slightly ahead of the other.
Depending on where the joint dislocation is located, it may cause discomfort in your performance. For instance, basketball player with a dislocated finger, or shoulder. It may cause the players shot to be a bit "off."
The odds are the closer the player is to the basket when they shoot, the better chance they have to make the shot. That would make layups and slam dunks the shots that basketball players make the most often.
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Hundreds of basketball players have ended a game by making every shot they had attempted from the field. All it takes is one made shot to be perfect.
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