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Field goal percentages were substantially lower in the NBA until the mid to late 1960s[1]. For this reason, many early NBA stars have low field goal percentages, such as Bob Cousy at .375, and George Mikan, Bob Pettit, and Bill Russell, whose career field goal percentages of .404, .436, and .

1. A field goal in basketball is worth two points and is any basket that is made from inside the three-point line. A field goal can either be made by doing a jump shot, layup or dunk.
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field goal
in basketball, an ordinary goal scored while all the players are moving around, rather than after the game has been stopped temporarily ...

Field goal: A 2-or 3-point basket.
Filling the lanes: A fast break in which players from the offensive team run up the court in the right lane, the middle lane, and the left lane.
Flagrant foul: Excessive physical contact (punching, kicking, etc.).

Field Goal (or Basket) - A shot through the hoop (other than a free throw). A basket scores either two or three points.
Fouled Out - If a player commits a certain number of fouls in a game (usually five or six fouls per player), he or she is removed from play.

~: (two points) A shot that passes over and through the basket from within the three-point line. This is the most common type of scoring.
Three-Pointer: (three points) A shot from beyond the three-point line that passes over and through the basket.
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~ - when the basketball enters the basket from above during play; worth 2 points, or 3 points if the shooter was standing behind the 3-point line.

~: A basket scored from an action on the playing court except free throws.
Fifth (5th) foul - Player who has committed five (5) either personal and/or technical fouls must automatically leave the game.

~: When the ball enters the basket during a play; A ~ is worth two points or three if shooter was standing behind the 3-point line.
Flagrant foul: Excessive contact committed against an opponent.

Any basket scored that is not a free-throw
Four-point play
A 3-point shot followed by a successful free-throw ...

~- A successful attempt at a shot.
Fly- When designated or overplayed, an outlet player reverses the field and runs downcourt for pass.
Forward- A player who is usually tall and can shoot from the perimeter and rebound.

A shooting attempt, missed or successful, by an offensive player during the course of a game.
Foul: ...

~ - A basket made while the ball is in play.
~ Percentage - The percentage of converted ~ attempts.
Fish-Hook Cut - A change-of-direction cut that takes the shape of a fish hook and is used as a pressure release.

~ - this is scored when a player throws the ball from the court in the course of normal play (open play), and gets the ball through the basket. It is worth two points from inside the curved line (the three-point line), three points from outside.

~ Attempt: Attempting to put the ball through the basket.
Fines: There are fines in Basketball for technical fouls. An unsportsmanlike foul will cost a player $500 dollars. But it goes up from there.

A basket scored on any shot other than a free throw, worth two or three points depending on the distance of the attempt from the basket.
Flagrant foul:
Unnecessary or excessive contact against an opponent.

~ -A shot that happens during play. FREE THROWS don't count as ~s. Each ~ can be worth 2 or 3 points, depending on where it was shot. Usually just called baskets.

~ - a basket scored on a shot, except for a free throw, worth two or three points depending on the distance of the attempt from the basket.

~: A basket, worth either two or three points, depending on whether it was taken from inside or outside the three-point line (set at 22 feet from the basket).
Flagrant foul: Unnecessary and/or excessive contact committed against an opponent.

Can a ~ attempt that hits the crossbar and caroms back into the field of play be legally caught by an offensive lineman in the end zone for a touchdown? ...

~s made from outside this Three Point Line or arc count as three points. The distance of the three point line from the basket varies according to the different levels of play.

Free Throw Line ...

Every ~ attempted adds 1 to the tally of ~s Attempted, unless the play is stopped before the Player shoots the ball (due to a Violation) or the Player is Fouled In the Act of Shooting the Ball and misses the shot.

Missed ~s and free-throw attempts make it difficult to set up a three-quarter of full-court zone press. Quick outlet passes eliminate double-team opportunities.

~s attempted
The number of shots (3s and 2s) taken.
~s made
The number of shots (3s and 2s) made.

Assisted ~ percentage: Used primarily for teams, assisted ~ percentage tells us how often a team's scoring opportunities were facilitated by a pass. What percentage of shots were created by an assist?

Effective ~ Percentage
A better representation of a player's shooting ability it takes into account the bonuses of a made three-pointer. It is calculated: FGM + (0.5 x 3PM))/FGA. Northwestern had the highest effective ~ percentage at 52.6 percent.

~s = 2 points for each basket made inside the 3 point arc
3 points for each basket made behind the 3 point arc
Free throws = 1 point for each basket made ...

Three-point shot: a ~ worth 3 points because the shooter was standing behind the 3-point line when he released the ball
Throw-in: inbounding the ball
Timeout: when play is temporarily suspended by an official or at the request of a team to discuss strategy or respond to an injured player ...

3. Lower Opponent ~ Percentage - If your team can be patient on defense and not gamble, it will lead to the opponent taking tough contested jump shots.
4. Increased Rebounding - Sagging off their players will put your players in better rebounding positions. as long as they box out.

assist: the last pass to a teammate that leads directly to a ~; the scorer must move immediately toward the basket for the passer to be credited with an assist; only 1 assist can be credited per ~.

3P 3-Point ~s 3P% 3-Point ~ Percentage 3P / 3PA. 3PA 3-Point ~ Attempts Age Age; player age on January 1 of the given season. AST Assists BLK Blocks DRB Defensive Rebounds DRtg Defensive Rating; points allowed per 100 posessions.

Attempt more ~s than your opponent. To do this you will need to increase their turnovers or get more offensive rebounds. The rebounds may be out of your control, but you can deploy highly intensive tactics such as full court pressure and trapping defenses.

In the game of basketball, the 3-point shot is a ~ that is made from beyond the 3-point arc. A completed shot is worth three points, as compared to other shots made on the inside of the three-point arc that are only worth two.

Do they switch defenses after made ~s or free throws, or after time outs?
J. Where does their defense start? (Full court, 3/4 court, half court or top of the key?
K. How do they defend the wing entry pass? Do they pressure the wing pass or let you have it?

NCAA: Last minute of regulation and/or overtime following a successful ~ attempt. No substitutions allowed.
NBA: Last two minutes of regulation play and/or overtime following a successful ~ attempt.

The defensive three-second count is suspended when: (1) there is a ~ attempt, (2) there is a loss of team control, (3) the defender is actively guarding an opponent or (4) the defender completely clears the 16-foot lane.

Foul shots are worth 1 point on the scoreboard, ~s inside the three-point line=2 points and outside the three point boundary=3 points.
On defense, the objective is to stop the offensive team from scoring by taking the ball away, thus changing possession.

~ = a 2 point or a 3 point basket
fadeaway = a shot where the shooter is fading away/falling away from the defender
finger roll = a shot attempt at the basket where the ball rolls smoothly off the fingertips with rotation ...

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The offensive team has a set time, usually 35 seconds or less (depending on the level of competition), to score a basket, also called a ~. An offensive player cannot run or walk with the ball without dribbling (bouncing the ball against the ground).

Separate spaces for ~s and free throws. Instant scoring for individual and team fouls. Index page for handy reference. Room for 15 player roster. Additional space for player technical fouls and for up to 10 team fouls each half.

I suppose that the answer is available strictly in numbers. Evaluate the percentages and IF you have a good Effective ~ Percentage and if you are still making enough trips to the free throw line, then start shooting!
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See also: See also: What is the meaning of Basket, Basketball, Point, Ball, Shot?

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