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Q: What goal is worth two points in basketball?

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A basketball hoop is scored as two points.

no 3 points

In basketball, a "field goal" is the official term for any basket made from the floor other than a free throw. Most of the scoring in a basketball game is field goals. They are worth two points, or three points if the shot is taken from behind the 3-point arc.

If you shoot it from the big marked circle closest to half court but not at half court and in then it is worth two points, but if you shoot it and make it outside of that circle you get 3 points.

3 points

Baskets in basket ball are worth two points, but if the basketball is shot behind the 3-point line it is worth three ponts

A regular shot is worth two points. Any thing outside the three-point line is worth three points. Each foul shot is worth one point.

it is when a person falls and the ref gives his team two points because he feels sorry for them

two points a shot

A field goal is when a team kicks the ball through the two goalposts (not an extra point, which is a kick taken after a touchdown). A field goal is worth 3 points

IN the Union Code its 5 points for a try, and two points if the try is converted (the kick after), three points for a drop goal and 3 points if a penalty is kicked and scored In the League code a try is worth four points, a conversion is worth 2 points, apenalty kick is 2 points and a drop goal is 1 point

it meanns firld goals when you make basket worth two points

A 2 point shot in basketball is worth only two points. As long as the player shoots and makes the basket within the three point parameter, they are given two points for the shot.

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A goal scored is worth one point. Unlike some other sports (football, basketball, etc), there is only one method of scoring in a soccer match. These points should not be confused with the points used in league or tournament standings, usually 3 points given for a won match, 1 point for a drawn match, or none for a lost match. Goals/points scored often have significance outside of the match in which they are scored, such as a tiebreaker between two teams with otherwise-identical standings.

A goal scored is worth one point. Unlike some other sports (football, Basketball, etc), there is only one method of scoring in a soccer match. These points should not be confused with the points used in league or tournament standings, usually 3 points given for a won match, 1 point for a drawn match, or none for a lost match. Goals/points scored often have significance outside of the match in which they are scored, such as a tiebreaker between two teams with otherwise-identical standings.

A made free throw is one point. A made field goal is two points. A field goal attempted beyond the arc is a three point shot attempt. A made three point shot is three points.

Any shot within the three point line is two points, a shot made outside the three point line is worth three points, and a free throw is worth one point.

A touchdown is worth 6 points. After the touchdown, teams either kick the ball through the goal posts for a single point, or they take the ball on the 5 yard line and try to get the ball into the end zone for two points.

To get two points you could shoot a basket because one basket equals two points. Or two free throws.

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If its shot behind the three point line three inside the three point line is two.

1 point for a goal, two points for a slide tackle, 3 points for an offsides