Free Throws

Some articles on free throws, free throw:

List Of Career Achievements By Kobe Bryant - NBA Awards and Accomplishments
... field goals made 2002–03 (868), 2005–06 (978), 2006–07 (813) free throws attempted 2006–07 (768) free throws made 2005–06 (696), 2006–07 (667) 2nd. 2010 (234) field goals attempted 2002 (431), 2004 (460), 2008 (463), 2009 (530), 2010 (511) free throws made 2004 (135), 2008 (157), 2009 (174), 2010 (15 ...
Liberty Flames Basketball - Notable Players - Peter Aluma #00
... blocker (366), third in games played (119), second in free throws made (451) and third in scoring (1,715) ... game, season and career and finished second in free throws made and fifth in school’s history for scoring ... Aluma finished first on the school’s NCAA Division I scoring list, free throws made list, second in offensive and defensive rebounds, second in minutes played and third in steals ...
Douglas County High School (Castle Rock, Colorado) - Extracurricular Activities - Sports - State All-time Sports Records
... Category Place Record Holder Date Value Number of Free Throws in a Row (Individual) 2 Donnis Hurd, Douglas County 1992-1993 26 Free Throws Made in One Game (Individual) 4 Katie Hilbig (v ... Gateway) 2007-2008 16 Free Throws Made in One Game (Team) 9 Douglas County (v ...
Jim Ard
... Ard sank the go-ahead free throws in game five of the 1976 NBA Finals, a triple-overtime affair between the Celtics and the Phoenix Suns ... These free throws have been described as "the two most historic free throws in both Celtics and NBA history." The Celtics went on to win that series ...
Manny Harris - College - Sophomore Year
... Top Harris shoots a free throw versus Ohio State ... the 2008–2009 season with 75/83 90.4% Free Throw shooting percentage in 32 games ... threshold for eligibility for such a statistical championship is 2.5 free throws made per game and 75% of team games played, leaving him five free throws short of eligibility ...

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