Angelo "Hank" Luisetti was the Stanford three-time All-American who revolutionized College Basketball in the late Thirties with his one-handed set shot. During that era the two-handed set shot was the basic form of shooting. His shooting style received national attention because of a game played in Madison Square Garden on December 30, 1936, against the number-one ranked Long Island University which had a 43-game winning streak. Stanford beat LIU 45-31, and the New York media's reports of the game and of Luisetti's shooting style brought nationwide attention to the one-handed shot.
Luisetti never played professional Basketball but a national poll of sportswriters in 1950 ranked him the second-best player of the first half of the century behind George Mikan. His jersey number "7" is the only number retired in Stanford basketball history. Luisetti died in 2002.
The Stanford University player who introduced the long one-handed push shot was Hank Luisetti. He had a 43 game winning streak.
Hank Luisetti is the player who developed the one-handed push shot. He played basketball for Stanford University from 1935 to 1938.
should be 8 shot NOT B (the letter) shot
you push a button
The shot clock was introduced to the NBA for two main reasons. It was invented to prevent either team from stalling and to make the game faster.
A push is an underspin shot basically made by pushing your racket in front of you with the surface facing upward.
The set shot is where you push the ball up into the air from your chest to set someone else up
Robert menzies introduced the white elephant policy, meaning all elephants must be white or they would be shot and he introduced the compulsory Friday mini skirt day, meaning any one noot wearing a mini skirt would be shot
Uhh Lob shot, back shot, sweep shot, push shot, flick shot, long shot, 5 metre... There are many names because different teams sometimes give them different names.
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In 1983 a 30 second shot clock was used in ACC league play. Joe Cowan