the muscles used in shooting a freethrow are the legs,and the arms
Illegal contact. And the fouled player would have to shoot free throws if the foul happened during the act of shooting.
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
If it is offsides its a team foul if its charging or illegal contact to another player its a personal foul
yes, as long as a missed freethrow doesnt result in live play
Any illegal contact can be called a foul but it's up to the ref. You could be pulled from game entirely for conduct
The word for illegal manoeuvre in sport is a foul. The referee will either warn or penalize the offender depending on the magnitude of the foul.
Offensive foul is a breach of the rules that concerns illegal personal contact with an opponent.
Technicals, charge, reach, bartending, double dribble, up and down, holding, tripping, pushing, punching, elbowing, team foul, offensive foul, over the back, hand checking, illegal screen, illegal blocking, fighting foul, flagrant foul, loose ball foul, away from the play foul, double foul and blocking. whew. that's a lot 2 type in at once.
A spot foul is a penalty behind the dead ball spot which results in the penalty being measured from the spot of the foul. When a quarterback grounds a pass while in the endzone the spot of the foul is in the endzone and results in a safety. In high school holding behind the line of scrimmage is measured from the spot of the foul as long as the run ends beyond the spot of the foul.
A holding foul is called every time a player uses his hands to interfere with the opponent’s freedom of movement. It is also a holding foul if you purposely step on an opponent’s feet.
It is not illegal for a man to talk with kids. It may be illegal if he used foul language and sexual content in talking with them.
Yes you can! But it's a foul.
No. The Home Plate Umpire, the Catcher, and the Batters are in foul territory, because they are all positioned behind the foul lines.
Using foul language towards a police officer isn't technically illegal, but it certainly would not be helpful. Many areas however, have laws against using foul language in public, so if you used the foul language toward the officer in a public place, that would be illegal.
No the foul can only be given during the other players turn.
A foul ball is any ball that is hit and is outside of the foul lines. A foul tip is when only the very edge of the bat connects with the ball, generally still allowing the ball to land behind the batter.
It is announcer-speak for when a player reaches over another player from behind, typically in a play for the ball. It is typically cited as a foul, not a violation.Contrary to popular belief, however, it does not in and of itself constitute a foul. To be a foul, it must occur with illegal contact (and not all contact in an over-the-back situation is necessarily illegal). It is often yelled by spectators and coaches alike and, unfortunately, even called by some officials. But there is no foul called over-the-back--and it does not exist as a call available to officials, either.
You can foul someone whether you or them have the ball. If you make "illegal contact" with another player its a foul.
The penalty for an Illegal Forward Pass is 5 yards from the spot of the foul and loss of down.
A foul that resulted in a penalty kick.
they probably had a foul or the player made an illegal move.