The muscles used for shooting a Basketball are your biceps, triceps, ulna, and metacarpals. Those are just in the arm.
the muscles used in shooting a freethrow are the legs,and the arms
=Is all in the legs!=
You actually use almost all of your muscles. Different shots rely heavily on different muscle groups.
Shooting in basketball is when you try to shoot the ball into the basket.
There are quite a few different places where you can find a picture that shows the muscles used in basketball. Many charts in basketball books in the library will have these pictures.
all of them
Muscles can be: Calves Quadriceps Hamstrings Biceps Triceps
The wrist joint and several bones related to the joint (radius, ulna, carpals, metacarpals) are necessary for dribbling a basketball, in addition to the elbow joint. Muscles like the deltoid, bicep, and tricep are also utilized in dribbling. The hip, knee, and ankle joints are also key for running. Jumping utilizes the hamstrings, quadriceps, and gluteus Maximus. The trapezius and the deltoid, meanwhile, are the main should muscles used to shoot. Other important shooting muscles include the pectoral muscles, the hand muscles, and quadriceps.
You get a point by shooting the basketball into the hoop.
legs, arms, eye
You are using your calf muscles and your biceps. You use your tendons and stuff like that.