None. If the shooter has his foot in (on) the free-throw line, the shot is disallowed and considered a missed free throw.
The throw in is along the endline, not like when a feild goal is scored.
When ever you want it to
The player that gets the rebound, offense or defense.
it should start as soon as someone touches the baskteball
yes. if a missed free throw does not hit the rim, its a dead ball and possession goes to the opposing team.
Free throws are important because they are the perfect time for players to rest and they allow many teams to retaliate especially if the team is great at retrieving offensive fouls off of free throws which gives teams three chances to score.AND 1 then free throwAND 1 then missed free throw and then a offensive rebound to an easy lay upA foul followed by a made free throw then a missed free throw then an offensive rebound into an AND 1 and an additional free throw
No it isn't, you must start and finish your free throw attempts behind the free throw line
You can substitute a player after a free-throw, during a timeout, or when the ball is dead and the clock is stopped.