The player that retrieved the ball. The blocker is credited with a block.
Casillas blocked the ball with his outstretched legs.
A blocked shot is considered a shot attempt. Once the ball leaves the player's hand, it is considered a shot if they trying to score.
When a blocked shot goes in the opposing team's basket.
It's off the defender who blocked the shot.
You are allowed to block someones shot while making contact with the other players hand as long as you hit the ball first. This would be determind a blocked shot and no shooting foul.
The ball is considered dead when it touches the court out of bounds or touches a player that is out of bounds. In this case, the ball would go to the team that blocked the shot. Had the ball touched the court out of bounds before touching the player, the ball would go to the shooting team.
You can block a shot from any direction as long as you do not make contact with the person shooting the ball. That is a shooting foul.
It is when another player knocks aways the ball (that has been shot) before it has a chance to reach the basket
A shot that is blocked still counts as a shot attempt
You mean a shot block, it is only a block. Example: Player A inbouds to player B which takes it up and shots player 1 goes for the steal but, misses then, player B shots and player 2 blocks him. So that is what is a shot block. You mean a shot block, it is only a block. Example: Player A inbouds to player B which takes it up and shots player 1 goes for the steal but, misses then, player B shots and player 2 blocks him. So that is what is a shot block.
Only when the player has blocked a shot. If a shot is blocked by a player jumping at the net, that touch is not considered one of the three touches for the team and the player that blocked the shot may play the ball again without violating the 'twice in succession' rule. In all other instances it is against the rule for a player to play the ball two times in succession.