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.
In the NCAA, if the fouling team has 7-9 team fouls in the half, including the one committed, the fouled player shoots one with a bonus (aka a one-and-one). If the fouling team has less than 7 team fouls in the half including the one committed, no free throws are shot. If the fouling team has 10 or more team fouls, the player shoots two, regardless of if he makes the first one. If the foul was offensive, no free throws are shot.
In the NBA, if the fouling team has 5 or more team fouls in the quarter, the player shoots two shots. Otherwise, no free throws are shot. If the foul was offensive, no shots are taken.
The only way a player is awarded 3 free throw shots is if the player is fouled in the act of shooting a 3 pointer. Otherwise, the number of free throw awarded (maximum of 2) would be determined by number of team fouls.
In the NBA, if the shot is not made the shooter receives three free throws. If the shot is made, the shooter receives one free throw.
if you are fouled in the act of shooting beyond the 3 point mark, you will be given 3 free throw shots unless the ball gets in then you will only be given a free throw shot as a bonus.
No, no one will get any foul shots but the shot will count if the person shooting makes it and was in the act of shoot before the foul was initiated.
it depends where it is shot and where the player was fouled, or whether or not the shot makes it in the basket while the whistle is blown.
If you are slapped or held in the act of jumping or shooting, you will take 2-3 foul shots. 3 if you are fouled outside the 3 point arch.
When you get fouled within the 3 point line you shoot 2 shots behind the free throw line. If you get fouled on a 3 pointer you get 3.
Whats your point? Define shots; shots of what?
Depends on the ref usually 2-3 steps
That would depend on where you are shooting the ball from. Even the greatest players make only around 50% of their shots from the outside. If you are talking about shooting from 18 to 20 feet and only half of your shots are going in, that would be about average. If you are talking about shooting from 3 to 5 feet and only half of them are going in, then you would have something to be concerned about. Be patient as you will not become a better shooter overnight. It will take time and a lot of practice. If you practice and practice and keep a good attitude, you can get better.
Depends on the camera. For Nikon D5000, for example, it's called "interval timer shooting" (under the "shooting" menu). You follow the prompts to set the start time (which may be "now"), interval between shots, and number of shots.
It would take about 22 shots to kill the average male and about 17 shots to kill the average female. (Assuming the shots are 1.5oz each)