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Analysis of the Free-Throw Shot When deciding about a movement to study I thought about many and very few interested me Then I decided to choose something that was very important to me Shooting the basketball and more specifically the technique in performing a free throw I thought by looking more closely at the details of a movement I have been doing since a small child I thought possibly I could learn something that would give me an advantage in my shot The application of this particular movement is for shooting a free-throw which is a stand still uncontested shot There are a few rules that go with shooting a free-throw such as you have to be behind the fifteen foot line called the free-throw line and you cant cross that until after the ball makes contact with the rim When performing this skill you should also be aware of the other factors that could influence your accuracy in performing the free-throw The rim is fifteen feet from the free-throw line on center Also you should be aware of the fact you can fit three basketballs through the rim at the same time if placed together Also the rim is ten feet high from the floor meaning you have to make sure win shooting the ball that the angle is higher than ten feet at its peak so then on its decent to the basket it will have a chance to go in If you dont get it higher than ten feet it has no chance to go in When you start talking all these angles and trajectories you can begin to understand why some people are accurate and some are not Shooting free-throws is not a thing of chance or luck It is something that takes repetition To be a good free-throw shooter you need to have a repetitive action not something that changes every time Since the conditions are predictable it is very
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