They put 14 seconds on the clock.
Traveling Walking Backcourt Violation Over-The-Back foul Shooting Foul Offensive Foul Reaching in foul On the pass foul Blocking Foul Charging Three seconds in the key Eight Seconds Backcourt Five seconds Inbounding Out Of Bounds Shot Clock Violation Flagrant Foul Technical Foul Lane Violation 10 seconds Free Throw Violation Carrying I think that's it. -David
A player has 10 seconds to shoot a free throw from the foul line.
there are the back court violation, shooting foul, blocking foul, charging foul, over the back foul, flagrant 1 and 2 fouls, out of bounds, 5 seconds back to the basket while dribbling, 3 seconds in the key offense, 3 seconds in the key without being an arms length from an offensive player when you're on defense, traveling, double dribble, clear path foul, goal tending, reaching foul, in college 35 second violation and in NBA 24 second violation, and technical foul.
It is called a shooting foul when a defender contacts a player in the act of shooting.
it is called foul shot because that its only 2 seconds remaining on the clock and their is no time to shoot the ball.
a shooting foul is when a player is fouled in the process of shooting. Team fouls are fouls that accumulate from each player on the team.
a shooting foul is when the player with the ball is fouled while in a shooting motion (jumpshot, dunk, layup, alleyoop, etc.) and a non shooting foul is when a player is fouled while not in a shooting motion (running, passing, off-ball, etc.)
Shooting Foul Technical Foul Clear Path Foul Defensive 3 Seconds If your team has 4 fouls, every foul since then will be followed by free throws. I believe that's all im not sure though.....
If it looks like the player who fouled did it on purpose then it would be called an intentional foul. otherwise just a foul
Below your ankles.