If you got fowled
only one point is awarded for a free throw.
If the free throw is made after the disconcerting by B1 there is NO additional free throw for A1
One point for each successfully made free throw.
A free throw is a free shot (shot at the free throw line) awarded for a few circumstances. If a player is fouled while shooting (or the fouling team is over the foul limit), then the player will shoot two or three free throws depending on where they were standing when they shot the ball. A free throw is also awarded to the best free throw shooter when the other team receives a technical foul.
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.
That is called a foul or 'personal foul'.
You can shoot anyway your coach will let you. If it goes in your team is awarded 1 point and you get credit for 1 free throw. If you miss you get a 0 for 1 attempt.
A free throw shot is when a basketball player gets to shoot the ball from the free throw line, unopposed by the other team. A set shot is when a soccer player gets to set himself up for a shot after the umpire has blown his whistle, it is a free kick awarded to a player.
never unless you are looking for a free throw then that is when you are fouled shooting or the other team has 7+ fouls and you shoot 1 and 1
The coach can choose who he wants to shoot the free throw out of anybody on the floor
The goalkeeper is permitted to handle a ball received directly from an opponent's throw-in. If the throw is from a teammate (or himself), an indirect free kick will be awarded to the other team.
if the player scores then he is awarded one free throw. If he misses then it is two free throws
A line-out against the team who put it in touch EXCEPT where a penalty kick was awarded. IN this case the team awarded the penalty kick may decide to kick for position advantage and in doing so kicks the ball in to touch. The line-out awarded from this is FOR the team taking the penalty and they have the throw in. In the case of a free kick (j) Outside the kicker's 22, no gain in ground. When a free kick awarded outside the 22 goes directly into touch, the throw-in is in line with where the ball was kicked, or where it went into touch, whichever is nearer the kicker's goal line. (k) Inside the kicker's 22 or in-goal, gain in ground. When a free kick is awarded in the 22 or in-goal and the kick goes directly into touch, the throw-in is where the ball went into touch.
A free throw is awarded when a defensive player makes a foul upon an offensive player when the offensive player is attempting to shoot. A foul is given if a defensive player: - takes hold of an offensive player - pushes an offensive player - hits an offensive player
There are situations in which a person gets fouled and doesn't get rewarded free throws (which I don't want to go over all the situations.) If this is not the kind of answer you are looking for, here is the answer. When the player is shooting a free throw, they get "ten seconds." Of course, that can get used up, and the free throw would be canceled. So in this case, the answer is no, but who would want to not shoot the free throw?
This can happen when a player is fouled while shooting a 3-pointer and makes the shot. They are awarded with a free throw, in addition to making the 3-pointer. If the free throw is made, the result is 4 points.
A free shot in basketball would be a free throw. You get this if you are fouled during the game.
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a free pass is awarded if you move when holding the ball or do the wrong footwork
3- behind the 3 point line 2- field goal/inside the 3 point range 1-free throw
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