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.
Kobe Bryant plays mainly shooting guard for the Los angels Lakers ever since his career began. Sometime he might play a position at point guard once and a while.
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Yes, my neighbor has a Yorkshire Terrier named Kobe, after Kobe Bryant because he can jump high.
Ray Allen has the better wide open shot. He is very good at coming off of screens, curls, and pin downs. However, he cannot get his shot off like Kobe can. Kobe can shoot over anyone at anytime and is far more dominant than ray allen. If you wanted someone to shoot wide open jump shots, then Ray Allen is better. But during a game, if you wanted someone to take a contested jump shot, then Kobe Bryant.
He has great speed, agility, and accuracy. He had mastered the pull-up jump-shot.
Kobe Bryant has the best jumper in the NBA. He will also keep that advantage until he retires.
Kobe is because he averages more than 20 points a game but i like Lamar because Kobe a ball hog true dat for the above although Kobe is nice and rarely misses his jump shots, his flaw is ball hogging he still is a great guy cuz he makes lots of buzzer beaters and you should check out on youtube.com his car jump from 50 mph and another one where he jumped over a pool of black mamba snakes and dunk'd with a basketball
No. Take a look at Michael Jordan, LeBron James and Kobe Bryant and you will see that they jump high and have quite slim calves.
Practice, practice, practice. The only way to get your jump shot down is to practice it from every angle, every situation, and every position. If you practice the same shot every day from the same location, that will do little good. The first step is to try shooting from everywhere in the court. The next step is to try fade-away shots, contested shots, shots with one second on the shot clock, etc. to get you prepared for anything.
There are many kinds of dunks. Let's assume Kobe Bryant a simple dunk - one made by standing directly under the basket and jumping vertically for the stuff. Since Kobe's hand touches the basket after he jumps, we have to compute for the distance between the ring and his vertically stretched arm. 10 feet (height of NBA basket) + 6 inches (extra height necessary to stuff the ball) - 6 feet (kobe's shoulder height) - 2 feet 6 inches (kobe's vertical arm length) =2 feet. Kobe Bryant jumps approximately 24 inches to make a dunk. Add a few inches for the more spectacular dunks where he has to jump a little higher.