no, the net does not effect a freethrow. It depends on how you shoot the ball and how your form is
i don't know the top 5 but the worst freethrow shoot in nba history is ................. ben Wallace ,40-42 career percentages. (min 2000)
15 ft from the basket
Yes. When that happens the team on offence gets to shoot one freethrow and gets the ball back. Its considered a technical if I'm not mistaken
Thare are only 2 shots that you get on a free freethrow shot in basketball.
the game of basketball is played on a court divided into two halfs with a basketball hoop on each end. On ech end of the court there is a three point line to shoot behind, a freethrow line to shoot free throws on and a lane where you can only stand in for three seconds.
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.
yes, as long as a missed freethrow doesnt result in live play
On our court there are additional lines, one between the baseline and freethrow line "we'll call this line A" and one between the freethrow line and halfcourt "we'll call this line B" that I use. I believe the extra lines are for volleyball. So I line A, freethrow line, B and halfcourt for our suicides.
alvin patrimonio and ronnie magsanoc
NBA and NCAA is 15ft from the backboard.
A chameleons tongue can shoot out over twice as long as it's body length.
NO NO NO! Only shoot what the rifle is chambered for and so marked.
YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! that is like asking if a dog barks
19ft from baseline and 15.9ft from the backboard
In high school NFHS rules, any of the 5 players or any LEGAL substitute may shoot 2 free throws then the shooting team will have the ball at 1/2 court opposite the table. (You can allow 2 shooters, 1 for each shot)
As long as you shoot it on your property at your property.