If the player is fouled while in the act of shooting and does not make the basket, he will receive two free throws, each worth 1 point. If the player is fouled while in the act of shooting and makes the basket, he is given the basket (2 points or 3 if it is outside the 3 point line) as well as one free throw worth 1 point.
Illegal contact. And the fouled player would have to shoot free throws if the foul happened during the act of shooting.
they get 2 shots from the freethrow line if they miss and 1 shot if they make it (:
only if the offensive player is in the act of shooting when fouled, or if the defensive team is over the foul limit when they foul the offensive player.
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.)
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.
No it is not a shot attempt.
No the player can not.
A foul shot is a shot that a player is granted if he/she is fouled while shooting the ball. It is shot from the freethrow line. If the player made his/her shot, then they get one, if he/she missed they get two, and if they are fouled while shooting a three-pointer, they get three freethrows, or foul shots
The basket counts, and the foul stands 1 & 1
Im assuming you mean in basketball. If the player is shooting from inside the arc (three-point line), then they receive two free throws. Outside the arc, then they receive three free throws. If the shot goes into the basket, then they receive one extra free throw.
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.
yes they will because the players will not play through the foul....when the ref blows the whistle for the foul action stops
No. But if they make the shot while being fouled, that does count as a made shot. IF YOU ARE BLACK YOU SHOULD NO THIS
If you are fouled while in motion of shooting the basketball then play stops and you go to the free throw line. Depending on the foul, you will get one, two, or three shots. All other players must stay out of the lane and cannot move until the player that was fouled shoots the ball, and the ball touches the rim. If you make the basket it only counts as one point, not two.
if the player scores then he is awarded one free throw. If he misses then it is two free throws
Then there would just be a personal foul and the team that got fouled would keep possession.
If it looks like the player who fouled did it on purpose then it would be called an intentional foul. otherwise just a foul
Yes, if they fouled the player at exactly the same time.
right after the player has commited his last foul he gets subbed out and there team has 20 secs to bring in a sub for them
It is possible to get a 1 and 1 when it is an offensive foul but... 1 and 1 is when the person is not in the act of shooting and gets fouled. So a 1 and 1 can be gotten on offense and defense but a player can also shoot 2 without being in the act of shooting a basket. this happens when the team already has 7+ team fouls
A regular foul is two shots per trip. However, When a person fouls extra hard, and the ref calls a flagerant, the person fouled gets three shots, or, if not in the mode of shooting, gets two shots and the ball. When a person is fouled and makes the shot, they get one free throw. When a technicam foul is called, the player with the best free-throw percentage on the team gets one shot.
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.
free shot, that add a team one point
When an offensive player who is not in the act of shooting is fouled, and the defensive team has exceeded the number of fouls allowed ( usually 7 ) The fouled player receives what is called a 1and1. That means that they shoot a free throw, if they miss, that ball is live and play continues. If they make the shot, they get a second free throw.