== == == == That depends on many things, and the first is if it is high school, college, or NBA Basketball. In college and high school you get one free throw for every foul until you reach 10 fouls, where you get 2 from then on. In the NBA, you get two free throws for every shooting foul that the other team has committed.
For High School basketball you either get 1 or 2. It depends on how many fouls the other team already has. You usually shoot one and one or two. One and one: if you miss the first one you don't get another one. If you make it you shoot again. 2: you shoot both whether you miss or not
You get 2 free throws in college and 1 free throw in the NBA.
he shoots about 10.5 free throws per game
free throws start after 5 in a quarter the NBA and 7 in a half in the ncaa
you cant answer that because it does not specify what game when the game was or by which team made the free throws
3 three throws = 9 points 3 free throws = 3 points
8 of 10 free throws
FTM stands for free throws made. FTA stands for free throws attempted. The stat line shows how many free throws were made and attempted by a player or team.
4,595 missed free throws. 5,527 made 10,522 attempted. 52.5%
18 made free throws / 90 attempted free throws 18/90 = 0.2 Success in making free throws = 20%
95 in a row.
On the 10th foul the team goes into double bonus and gets to shoot two free throws
about 32. that's really good if you can do that
Throughout Shaq's career, he has made 5,935 out of 11,252 free throws. Check the link below for his career stats and totals.
Michael Jordan attempted 8, 772 free throws during his career in basketball. This is the 4th most free throws in basketball league history. Of the 8,772 shots, he made 7,327. This is a .835 percentage.
Two. Like always.
you get two free throws
three i think