Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Great Moments in Free Throw Failure

The free throw is one of the most fundamental shots in all of basketball. Seems pretty simple. Completely unguarded, a player is asked to shoot a ball from 19 feet away facing the the direct center of the basket. The average NBA player makes between 70-80% of his free throws, which are often followed by celebratory high fives and applause. However, there are rare occasions when this simple, simple act can go completely awry. Therefore, I present to you "Great Moments in Free Throw Failure".

Chuck Hayes attempts Texas Two-Step While Shooting


One air ball for the road? Better make it two!


Wilt Chamberlain Just Straight Did Not Give A FUCK About Free Throws


If At First You Don't Succeed, Try, Try Again


NBA 2K8 Doing It's Best Brady Morningstar Impression

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