You will get 1 point per basket made in.
There are many calls in basketball. For example, Charging, Shooting Foul, Blocking Foul, Reach-In Foul and many more.
A regular basket is worth 2 points in basketball. In basketball, a foul shot taken from the foul line is worth 1 point. A field goal, shot in normal play is worth 2 points. A shot taken outside the 3-point line will earn the successful attempt three points.
You can get up to 4 points. You can get 1 point for every freethrow you make when you are fouled. Two points for every basket you make inside the 3-point line. 3 points for every basket you make outside the 3-point line and 4 points if you were to get fouled while shooting the 3, therefore if you make your freethrow making it four points all together.
Officially, 1 for a freethrow, 2 for a field goal, and 3 for a 3-pointer (any shot made behind the three-point line).
A regular shot in basketball is 2 points, a shot that is thrown from past the 3-point line is worth 3 points, and a foul shot is worth one point.
one if it's a foul, two if the game is going.
In basketball stats, PF means "Personal Foul". PF also means "Power Forward", a position on a basketball team.If you are looking at NBA standings, PF means "Points For", or how many points a team is averaging, and PA means "Points Against", or how many points they are allowing.
You don't need any points to get a free throw. You get free throws when someone commits a shooting foul.
Depends on the level. In high school and college, you foul out on your fifth foul. In the NBA, you foul out on your sixth foul.
A regular shot is worth two points. Any thing outside the three-point line is worth three points. Each foul shot is worth one point.