A wounding or killing with a firearm; specifically (Sporting), the killing of game; as, a week of shooting.
the act of firing a projectile; "his shooting was slow but accurate"
killing someone by gunfire; "when the shooting stopped there were three dead bodies"
The teams percentage of field goal attempts that were made. This does not include free throws.
when a player kicks the ball at the opponent's net in an attempt to score a goal.
The act of projecting the ball toward the basket in an attempt to score.
Also called firing, flicking, pinching, dribbling, pinking, dribbying, drizzying, throwing or bowling. See Knuckle Down.
Using a motion picture camera for filming.
Range : the distance from which a player is likely to make his shots.
Ratio The ratio in a finished film of the amount of film shot to the length of the final footage. Shot A single uninterrupted action of a camera as seen by a viewer (see Take). Shots are labeled according to the apparent distance of the subject from the camera: extreme long-shot (ELS) also called an establishing shot; long-shot (LS); medium long-shot (MLS); medium or mid-shot (MS); medium close-up (MCU); close-up (CU); and extreme close-up (ECU). Although distinctions among shots must be defined in terms of the subject, the human body furnishes the usual standard of definition: ELS, a person is visible but setting dominates; LS, person fills vertical line of the frame; MLS, knees to head; MS, waist up; MCU, shoulders up; CU, head only; ECU, an eye.