Question 2: How can a shooter know if he/she has made the perfect shot that goes thru the rim with 4 and 1/2 inches from the men’s ball and 4 and 3/4 inches from the women’s ball from any point of the circumference of the ball and the rim.
If the ball hits the ground/floor directly under the basket and bounces right back to the shooter where the shooter took the shot from artf]\nd the shooter does not have to move to get the ball. That is how the shooter knows that he/she has made the perfect basketball shot .
If the ball hits the ground/floor to the right side of the rim it will bounce to the shooter’s left and if it is of to the left it will bounce to the right. The farther away the ball is from the center of the rim and closer to the rim ether to the right or to the left. the farther the ball will bounce away from where the shooter is from here he/she took the spot from the floor.
The reason the ball will come back to the shooter without him/her having to move to get the ball is because the ball went thru the rim dead center middle. This is also because both the shooter’s legs were bent the same amount when the player bent their knees which softens the shot..
The reason it goes to the right thru the rim and then hits the floor on the right under the basket and bounces towards the left is because the right leg goes down (bent down) farther then the right. The farther the ball goes to the right of the rim without hitting the rim and then the farther away it bounces from where the shooter is standing on the floor is because the right leg is bent that much more then the left leg is.
It is vice versa for when the ball goes thru the rim towards the left without hitting the rim off the dead center middle and bounces under the basket towards the left and bounces farther away to the shooter’s right is because the left leg of the shooter is bent down that much further then the right leg of the shooter.
Usually what causes one of the legs to go down farther other is depending on which is the dominant leg. For most right handed people it is the right leg and for left handed people it is usually the left leg. The dominant leg is usually the leg you would kick a soccer or football.
Next question’s answer is to question 3. What is the best shot to determine if you get the perfect shot or it goes thru to the left and bounces to the right or vice versa if the ball enters the right side of the basket and bounces to the left?