Freddie Brown graduated from downtown Milwaukee's Lincoln High School in 1967, where other high schools gave him his nickname "Downtown Freddie" Brown, and he was often amongst the top free-point shooters in the league. Downtown Freddie Brown was captain of the SuperSonics' 78-79 NBA championship team. When the three point shot was adopted into the NBA in the 79-80 season, he led the league in 3 point shots, and during this time, it became a saying, referring to "downtown" as a far shot (3 point shot).
they had a ball and then shot the ball in the basket and they called it basketball
It is called a "bank" shot.
it is called rebounding
That is called an assist.
A shot in basketball is an attempt to throw the basketball into the hoop.
When one player grabs the ball after a missed shot in basketball it is called a rebound. The offensive orÊdefensive player can get a rebound.
Shooting the basketball in a very high arch. That is called a rainbow shot.
A jump shot is a shot you take when you jump in basketball!!!
As far as I know, that's called a "Bank shot"
You can improve your basketball shot by practicing.
it's called a bank shot!?!?!?!?!?!
Yes, that is called a re-bound
To throw the basketball towards the hoop. This is usually called shooting, or taking a shot.
I don't know what your basketball shot is.
I believe that's called a teardrop shot.
in basketball you make a rainbow shot
its called the urban dictionary jackass
A basketball player shooting a shot with a very high arch is making what is called a rainbow shot.