Yes, in the 70's
1976 Three for two rule introduced to allow players fouled in the act of shooing to attempt a third fouls shot if either of the first two attempts miss.
There was also a 2 for 1 rule during that time. All defensive fouls were awarded a free throw or free throws. If a one shot foul was called and the defensive team was in the penalty situation, the shooter was awarded 2 shots to make 1.
Normally the only time you see a player get 3 free throws are after a player is fouled while shooting a 3 point shot and misses. There have been a lot of situations where 3 or more free throws are shot after multiple technical fouls or combinations of technical, flagrant and personal fouls.
16 or 18
If the shot was unsuccessful, two if he was in the 2 points ratio or 3 if he was shooting for 3 points. If the shot was successful, the player gets one free throw regardless of whether it was a 2 point or 3 point shot.
if your in the act of shooting you get 3 shots but if your not in the act of shooting the clock is stopped and there is a throw in
A regular foul is two shots per trip. However, When a person fouls extra hard, and the ref calls a flagerant, the person fouled gets three shots, or, if not in the mode of shooting, gets two shots and the ball. When a person is fouled and makes the shot, they get one free throw. When a technicam foul is called, the player with the best free-throw percentage on the team gets one shot.
If you are slapped or held in the act of jumping or shooting, you will take 2-3 foul shots. 3 if you are fouled outside the 3 point arch.
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