1 point for each shot.
thats a foul shot so the opponent gets 6 points instead because its a pink ball foul
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.
You will get 1 point per basket made in.
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 get no points for a snooker. A snooker is when you leave your opponent where they can not directly hit an object ball, because another ball is in their path, or possibly they are in the jaws of a pocket and the pocket is blocking their shot. You will only get points if the player then fouls. So you can get a player into a snooker and if the player does not foul on the next shot, you get no points. You don't get points for putting them in a snooker; you get points if they foul after you have got the snooker. If the player does foul, then you will get either 4, 5, 6 or 7 points, depending on the foul that the player makes.
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.
When a foul is committed the player receives 1 personal foul. Their opponent is allowed to shoot up to 3 foul shots depending on if the basket is made or not made when they are fouled. If the shot was not made when they shot inside the 3 point line, they are awarded 2 foul shots. If the shot was not made from the 3 point line, they are awarded 3 foul shots. If the shot is made in either situation (from the 3 point line or inside the 3 point line), they are awarded 1 foul shot.
one if it's a foul, two if the game is going.
No, if your score is zero and you play a foul shot your opponent gains points.
foul shot = 1 point any shot within or on the 3 point line = 2 points any shot beyond the 3 point line = 3 points
It is possible to get a higher score than 147 but that is the highest break possible. A foul shot from your opponent in which you are awarded points is technically not part of your break.
no the player gets the points awarded that he would have made if not interupted
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.
3 points - for a score made from beyond the "3-point line/arch" 2 points - for a score made from a close range or within the "3-point line" 1 point - for each foul shot made (from the foul line) aka "free throw".
Yes. It is called a 'block' and will result in 2 foul shots for the shooter. If the shooter makes the shot but also gets fouled, the basket counts as 2 points and the shooter gets 1 foul shot opportunity.
Any points scored within the three point arc is 2 points. Beyond the arc is 3 points and foul shots are each worth 1 point. Also if you are fouled while taking a hot and you make the basket, however many points that was it counts plus you get one foul shot.
If the shot was unsuccessful, two if he was in the 2 points ratio or 3 if he was shooting for 3 points. If the shot was successful, the player gets one free throw regardless of whether it was a 2 point or 3 point shot.
the foul line
Four points to the opponent - it's a 'foul'
It is when you make a foul shot so that you can take a second foul shot.