That would be Reggie Miller.
The odds are the closer the player is to the basket when they shoot, the better chance they have to make the shot. That would make layups and slam dunks the shots that basketball players make the most often.
In the NBA, the most three point shots made in a game by a single player is 12, set by Kobe Bryant, and tied by Donyell Marshall. Most three point shot attempted in a game by a single player, i believe, is 20, by Michael Adams. Most Three's made by a single team is 23, by the Orlando Magic.
Kobe Bryant with 11 3-point shots
surprisingly its kobe with i think about 8
when 6 NBA superstars challenge echother to shootout when you get 1 minute to shoot 5 basketballs on 5 racks and the most shots made is the winner
The record for most made shots in a NBA carrer is Reggie Miller (USA) .
Most shots on goal, one season: Phil Esposito, 550 (1970-71)
Corey Maggette wears #50 for the Clippers.
When you have the basketball, you dribble across the court, and shoot into the hoops (Or you can pass). If you do that without a foul, you get two points. If you shoot from the three-pointer line, you get three points. You can also do free shots, but you'll need to receive a foul for that. If you make one, you get a point, make both, you get two. The team with most point wins!
It all depends on the model but you will most likely get 50 plus shots.
You can play Dart tag, in which 2 players wear coloured vests and goggles and each player gets a blaster and has to shoot the opposing player on a points zone. When the players choose to stop the game the person who stuck the most darts on the corresponding points zone and has the highest score wins. You can also make your own rules like, each time you shoot them you get 1 point and head shots equal 2 etc.
its obvious. ovechkin
The Chicago Bulls joined the NBA during the 1966-1967 Season.
Ray Allen holds the record for most 3 point shots made in a season. In the 2005-06 NBA season, Allen made 269 three point shots and broke the previous record of 267 held by Dennis Scott, that was achieved a decade earlier in the 1995-95 season.