Only worth one point, the free throw shot can make or break a team's success to win a game.
The ability to make two or three free shots, whether in a tense or ease situation, is a huge contribution to a team's wins and losses.
And although the free throw shot looks easy, many components are essential in order for the shot to swish through the hoop.
In every basketball player's long history of learning to play the game, coaches or friends might of gave the suggestion to create a routine that helps them concentrate and make their free throws.
Bend the knees, dribble the ball, and even picturing the ball going through the hoop are some routines that help players concentrate and focus at the task at hand.
Aside from the "normal" stuff, there are also some very interesting ones in the NBA.
Here are the top five interesting and unique free throw routines ever in the NBA.