A shot by a player releasing the ball while at the top of a leap.
a shot in which the ball is struck so that it leaves the ground, jumping over a ball, wicket or stake.
a player releases the basketball at the high point of a jump
Shot in which the cue ball jumps over other object balls. ick shot: Where one shoots the cue ball into one or more rails before it contacts the object ball.
A shot that is released after the shooter has jumped into the air.
A shot in which the player jumps and is in mid-air when he releases the ball.
A legal jump shot is played by striking down on the cueball jacked up, and bouncing it off the slate, over an offending ball(s), onto the object ball. Scooping the cueball from underneath is a foul, and may seriously damage the cloth.
A legal shot, when properly executed, with the intention of jumping the cue ball over a ball that is in the way in order to hit or pocket an object ball. It is a foul to jump the cue ball by miscuing (scooping) it over the problem ball. See a local professional for more information concerning how to jump a ball legally.
intentionally causing the cue ball to become airborne so that it jumps over balls which are obstructing the path to the object ball.
A shot attempted while leaping.
A shot taken after a player jumps in the air.
A shot released by the shooter at the height of his or her jump.
Shot attempted by a player with both feet off the floor.
A shot in which the cue ball is deliberately made to leave the table surface.
A shot in which the ball is released near or at the peak of the jump.
Field-goal attempt by a player with both feet off the floor, enabling the player to shoot over the defender.
A shot taken at the peak of a spring into the air.
a shot that is made when the shooter jumps into the air then releases the ball from above his/her head making it very difficult to block