if the player scores then he is awarded one free throw. If he misses then it is two free throws
No it is not a shot attempt.
Yes, it is...if the shot is made. If the player is fouled on the shot attempt and misses the shot then it is not recorded as an attempt.
There's a variety of free throws that can come off of fouls. If a players is fouled in the act of shooting a two point field goal, and misses, he is allowed 2 shots. If he/she is fouled in the act of a three point field goal, and misses, he/she is allowed 3 shots. If the player makes a field goal and is fouled, he/she gets one shot. If the player is fouled while his/her team is in the bonus, where the other team has a certain amount of fouls, he/she gets a one-and-one where he/she gets one shot and only gets the second shot if he/she makes the first one. If the player is in the double bonus, another set amount of team fouls on the other team, they are allowed two shots.
When someone misses it, then another player "puts it back" while it is still in the air.
Normally the only time you see a player get 3 free throws are after a player is fouled while shooting a 3 point shot and misses. There have been a lot of situations where 3 or more free throws are shot after multiple technical fouls or combinations of technical, flagrant and personal fouls.
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The player who fouled the guard get one personal foul. If the guard is in the act of shooting and misses the guard gets 2 or 3 foul shoots. If the guard makes the shot and gets fouled the guard gets 1 fouls shot. If the guard is not in the act oh shooting then his team inbounds the ball. If the opposing team is in the bonus then the guard shoots one free throw. If the opposing team is in the double bonus then the guard shoots 2 free throws.
A rebound in basketball is when a player gets the ball after a missed shot. Usually taller players will have an advantage when it comes to getting rebounds so they will average more rebounds per game. There are two types of rebounds, offensive and defensive. A defensive rebound is a rebound that you get after an opponent misses a shot and an offensive rebound is a rebound a player gets after one of his teammates misses a shot.
That's called a offensive rebound.
No, getting your own rebound means the ball is still live and your active court.