Shooting Foul

A shooting foul in basketball is a foul called on a defensive player for fouling an offensive player while he/she is taking a shot. It results in either two or three free throws depending on where the shot was taken. If the shot was taken from inside the three-point line two free throws are given. If the shot was taken from outside the three-point line three free throws are given.

Basketball Shooting Foul

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