Mark Price is the best free throw shooter in NBA history with a percentage of .9039. He is the only player who averaged over 90% free throw shooting in NBA history.
Steve Nash, plays for the Phoenix Suns, born in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, is the best clutch free throw shooter in NBA history. However, Dirk Nowitzki has emerged as a very clutch free-throw shooter, making more than 95% of his free-throws that he shoots in the fourth quarter.
The best free throw shooter of all time is Mark Price.
in 1981, Calvin Murphy had the highest free throw percentage with 95.8% For a career it is Mark Price at 90.3%.
As of February 1, 2008 Shaq's career FT pct is 52.4 and Wallace's is 41.9. Ben Wallace is thus the NBA's worst free-throw shooter of all-time.
That would be Jose Calderon.
When the shooter release theball
Steve Nash shoots 94% as of February 22
No, not that I ever heard of. It maybe if you are talking to the free throw shooter.
None. If the shooter has his foot in (on) the free-throw line, the shot is disallowed and considered a missed free throw.
ray Allen 95% throughout his Connecticut career
There is a 58% chance they are going to miss.
I believe that the best shooter was Paul Cluxton from 1997. He made 94/94 shots in 1 season. He still makes from 92-99/100 everyday now
Jaycee Carroll from Utah State. 51% 3 Point 93% Free Throw and he shoots A BUNCH
A free throw is a free shot (shot at the free throw line) awarded for a few circumstances. If a player is fouled while shooting (or the fouling team is over the foul limit), then the player will shoot two or three free throws depending on where they were standing when they shot the ball. A free throw is also awarded to the best free throw shooter when the other team receives a technical foul.
The individual that was fouled, or in the case of a "technical foul", the coach may determine the shooter.