There's a variety of free throws that can come off of fouls. If a players is fouled in the act of shooting a two point field goal, and misses, he is allowed 2 shots. If he/she is fouled in the act of a three point field goal, and misses, he/she is allowed 3 shots. If the player makes a field goal and is fouled, he/she gets one shot. If the player is fouled while his/her team is in the bonus, where the other team has a certain amount of fouls, he/she gets a one-and-one where he/she gets one shot and only gets the second shot if he/she makes the first one. If the player is in the double bonus, another set amount of team fouls on the other team, they are allowed two shots.
if the player scores then he is awarded one free throw. If he misses then it is two free throws
If the refs make that big a mistake, then they shouldn't be reffing. That usually NEVER happens in a game. If it does, however, the proper player MUST shoot both free throws (the only time that another player who wasn't fouled can shoot is if the player fouled is injured).
Thare are only 2 shots that you get on a free freethrow shot in basketball.
No, if you are fouled and miss the shot, you get 2 free throws. If you are fouled and make the shot, you only get 1 free throw. If the foul is judged to be flagrant, then after the two free throws the shooting team remains in possession and takes the ball out from the near sideline.
Im assuming you mean in basketball. If the player is shooting from inside the arc (three-point line), then they receive two free throws. Outside the arc, then they receive three free throws. If the shot goes into the basket, then they receive one extra free throw.
taveling is more than three steps, free throws are one point, and if you don't have the ball you can'y be fouled.
In a game of basketball, you shoot a free throw if you get fouled. Therefor you shoot the ball on your own. But anyone can get fouled and shoot a free throw! Hope this helps(:
One free throw after the foul
In college and in the NBA if someone is fouled they have to shoot free throws. Only time I can see if they get another player to shoot is if the player that was fouled gets fouled very, very hard, if he gets knocked out or has to go to the hospital and is seriously hurt, they may let another person take his place, or give the team two points, most likely to make it fair, they'll get another person to shoot. But I've never seen that kind of stipulation before.
Normally the only time you see a player get 3 free throws are after a player is fouled while shooting a 3 point shot and misses. There have been a lot of situations where 3 or more free throws are shot after multiple technical fouls or combinations of technical, flagrant and personal fouls.
they make 24 out of 100, which is 24%
when you get fouled when shooting 3 pointer
Illegal contact. And the fouled player would have to shoot free throws if the foul happened during the act of shooting.
If the player is fouled while in the act of shooting and does not make the basket, he will receive two free throws, each worth 1 point. If the player is fouled while in the act of shooting and makes the basket, he is given the basket (2 points or 3 if it is outside the 3 point line) as well as one free throw worth 1 point.
right after the player has commited his last foul he gets subbed out and there team has 20 secs to bring in a sub for them
Two. Like always.
They happen because a person was fouled while shooting
if you did leave the ball after you get fouled...then you get 2 free throws...if you hold onto the ball...you don't get any....you just get to pass it to your team mates from outside
unlimited free throws, shoot from three point line, no coach's allowed
You receive a free throw when someone fouls you on a shot attempt. You will receive two free throws if you attempted a two point field goal, three for a three point field goal, and if you make the shot while being fouled (two or three), you will get one free throw. If a team has 4 team fouls (four fouls committed total by one team in one quarter), a player will shoot two free throws when fouled when they are not shooting. One player is chosen to shoot a free throw when a technical foul is given, which usually results from unsportsmanlike conduct.