== == There is no set probability for every 3-point shot. Every player has their own 3-point percentage, which is simply the number of 3-point shots made divided by the number of 3-point shots attempted. The average three point percentage is around 35%, while the generally high percentages are around 45%. Last I looked, the best 3-point percentage in the NBA was somewhere around 48%, which is ridiculously good. They give them 3 points for a reason; it's a very difficult shot to make with any measure of consistency. For the NBA (which has a longer 3 point shot than in college) an average shooting percentage is about 25%, while a good shooter may hit between 36 and 42%. Anything over this is extremely accurate, left to players who are considered shooting specialists who only shoot the ball when they are wide open. Scorers who must shoot often even if they are well defended often shoot a lesser percentage despite being considered accurate. Kobe Bryant currently shoots 36% from 3pt range.
No, the thought being that the foul did not allow the player to have a fair attempt at making the shot.
Obviously the further away from the basket you are, the higher the degree of difficulty. Therefore lowering your odds in making the shot. Was this a serious question?
A circus basketball shot is typically a one-hand, off balance throw and has a low percentage chance of making it in.
ray allen has hit almost 1000 more three pointers and has a higher percentage.
A basket made when the player shoots from behind the line drawn on the floor - 21 feet or so from the basket (different lengths for college, international and NBA courts).
NO, it is the lowest percentage shot because it is harder to make go in the basket. the paint is the high percentage shot u would want to take
Generally speaking, the highest percentage shots are the ones closest to the basket while not being opposed by a defender close by. The dunk is almost a sure thing, while layups are missed periodically. Dunks have a higher percentage in shot making. Dunking is the highest percentage shot in the NBA if you are unopposed to the basket, and if you can jump high enough to cleanly throw the ball into the hoop.
a diagram for a 1991 dodge dynasty w a 6 cylinder 3point 3 liter engine
19 feet 9 inches
it is about 35 percent
Shot caller is the person making the rules
It depends on where you get shot at. So it is a 50/50 chance
the team wins have 3point, draw have 2points, and lost 0points.
The three pointer is the most missed shot.
Paul Pierce - 3point shoot out Nate Robinson - Slam dunk contest (first ever 3 time winner)
making an in to out swing.
High Percentage Shot: A high percentage shot is one that will most likely fly over the net and land within the court. A typical high percentage shot would be if you hit your forehand cross court 19 out of 20 times, or 95%, that would be considered a high percentage shot because the ball was in play the majority of the time. Low Percentage Shot: On the other hand, a low percentage shot is one that has a lower probability of either flying over the net or landing within the court. Trying to hit close to the lines is a low percentage shot because you have less area for the ball to land on. For example, hitting a line may occur 3/10 or 30% of the time. These are not good odds. Cross court shots have a higher probability of being good then down the line shots. This is due to the fact that the net is usually lower at the center of the court. When you hit a cross court shot, the net is lower, so your shot has more room when going over the net.
no unless suck