You can get up to 4 points. You can get 1 point for every freethrow you make when you are fouled. Two points for every basket you make inside the 3-point line. 3 points for every basket you make outside the 3-point line and 4 points if you were to get fouled while shooting the 3, therefore if you make your freethrow making it four points all together.
Officially, 1 for a freethrow, 2 for a field goal, and 3 for a 3-pointer (any shot made behind the three-point line).
Shoot the ball into the hoop. A freethrow is 1 point. A shot from outside the 3pt line is worth 3 points. In regular play, any shot inside the 3pt line is 2 points.You get 2 points for every basket you make in.
61 points in honor of his grandfather who died at the age of 61. when chris paul reached 61 points in the fourth quarter he chucked his freethrow shot into the crowd and mysteriously left the court.
This is because the amount of freethrow you get depends on the shot you take and wether you make it. If you take a 2pt shot and miss you get 2 shots. If you take a 3pt shot and miss you take 3 shots. but if you make the shot your points count and you get an extra shot hence the 1 freethrow
15 ft from the basket
On our court there are additional lines, one between the baseline and freethrow line "we'll call this line A" and one between the freethrow line and halfcourt "we'll call this line B" that I use. I believe the extra lines are for volleyball. So I line A, freethrow line, B and halfcourt for our suicides.
alvin patrimonio and ronnie magsanoc
NBA and NCAA is 15ft from the backboard.
i don't know the top 5 but the worst freethrow shoot in nba history is ................. ben Wallace ,40-42 career percentages. (min 2000)
YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! that is like asking if a dog barks
19ft from baseline and 15.9ft from the backboard
And 1 means that the bucket counts AND the person gets ONE freethrow.
no, the net does not effect a freethrow. It depends on how you shoot the ball and how your form is
no if your foot stays behind the line
Thare are only 2 shots that you get on a free freethrow shot in basketball.