if you shoot from a special line you can get 3 points but if you shoot a layup you get 2 points if your at the free throw line 1 shot is worth 1 point
if its an actual free throw it 1 point, but if its a live ball its 2(:
Any shot within the three point line is two points, a shot made outside the three point line is worth three points, and a free throw is worth one point.
anything inside the 3 point line is a 2 unless you are shooting a free throw
If you shoot and make a basket inside the three point line or with your feet on the three point line it is worth two points. If you shoot and make a basket anywhere behind the three point line without your feet on the line it is worth three points. If you get fouled when you are shooting you go to the free throw line to shoot free throws. This is an uncontested, untimed shot that if you make it, it is worth one point.
A field goal, or any shot that is made from inside the three point line and not a free throw.
A shot behind the three-point line will result in three points to the offensive team. a shot/lay-up/dunk inside the three-point line will result in two points to the offensive team. if a player gets a "free throw" then each free throw is worth one point to the offensive team.
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behind the arch behind the free throw line .
In basketball,the free throw line is the line where the person throws the ball or dumnk the ball for 3 points ... it works the same for a faul too
one point for each basket made from the free throw line.
If you pass the free throw line when shooting you will be called for a line violation.
The free throw line in basketball is 15 feet away from the hoop. It is also 12 foot from end to end. Free throws allow the team to score points with no opposition during the throw.
1 point for a free throw, 2 points inside of the 3 point line, and 3 points anywhere outside of the 3 point line.
It depends. In the NBA if a player is fouled inside the three point line where all shots are worth 2 points, he'll be awarded two shots at the line. If he's fouled at the three point line he is awarded three shots. However he will only go to the line if he was in the process of shooting if not, no free throw unless the team has a total of four fouls and every foul whether shooting or not is a trip to the free throw line.
The Free throw line is 19 feet from the out of bounds line.
The free throw line is always 15 ft from the line to the backboard. Or 19 feet from the free throw line to the baseline.
Yes, but that wasn't always the case. The semi-circular line that runs from extends from either side of the end of the court around the hoop is called the three-point line. Any player who shoots and score from beyond that line scores three points. There are also free-throw combined plays: A made two-point basket and a foul + one free throw = 3 points A missed three-point basket and a foul + three completed free throws = 3 points A made three-point basket and a foul + one bonus free throw = 4 points
The free throw line is 15 feet from the basket.
No it isn't, you must start and finish your free throw attempts behind the free throw line
A free throw line in basketball is the line where the players who are fouled get to shoot the ball.
None. If the shooter has his foot in (on) the free-throw line, the shot is disallowed and considered a missed free throw.
The back of the free throw line is 15 feet from the backboard.
The width of the free throw line is 12 feet.