not really that high but I'm saying maybe 1 out of every 10 shot's (did this at the court) so like 10%.
Accuracy of probability increases with the number of attempts. Assuming 10% to be a good estimate then: The probability of making the shot on the first try is .1 or 10%. For 2 completions in a row the probability drops to: .1 x .1 or .01 or 1% (You will miss 99% of attempts). For 3 in a row the probability drops to: .1 x .1 x .1 or .001 (You will miss 99.9% of your attempts. Like anything else, the more you train the better adapted you become.
you have to be patient and build your strength up so you can get the shot in and you have to practice before you ever do it in a game. You only do a half court shot when it is appropriate like if your 2 points down and there is 2 seconds to go or if your get thrashed by the other team and you want to have some fun and just shoot it at the buzzer
If you are strong enough, shoot the same way you would for a three point shot. If not, try jumping off one leg (with your knee ending up in front of you, facing towards the basket) and launching the ball the same way.
A basketball player typically attempts a half court shot towards the end of a quarter, when a player only has a few moments to either take or shot or let the clock run down to the end. Often a player cannot travel more than half the distance up the court, so must take a shot from half court because the clock is running down, and play will stop.
No, this would be goaltending.
A common name for a basketball ground would be a basketball court.
Length Of CourtHigh school Basketball Court = 2560.3 cmCollege Basketball Court = 2560.3 cmNBA Basketball Court = 2865.1 cmWidth of CourtAll = 1524 cm
A basketball match has 5 players from each team at a time on the court. In the centre ring, a player from each team will begin in 'jump ball'. This means that an umpire will throw a ball up and the player doing jump ball will try to tap the ball in the air to a player from their own team. This is how it begins.
Yes, the player receiving the pass must have established both feet in the front court to avoid having an over and back violation called.
a basketball player because in my opinion they definitely move around much more than a softball player. i know this because i am a basketball and softball player and i would say that you move more and quicker than you would in softball
No. But if they make the shot while being fouled, that does count as a made shot. IF YOU ARE BLACK YOU SHOULD NO THIS
Where would you get any training or an education for basketball?
in a high school on a basketball team or in a gym or a home on your basketball goal
You could measure it with either a yard stick or meter stick. If you want to measure the basketball court in metric units, then you would use the meter stick. If you want to measure the basketball court in English units, you would use the yard stick.