Let's say that you are on the football field and from direction of the opposite goal, groups of hooligans are approaching you and the only way to deal them and to defend yourself is to shoot on them by kicking multiple balls aiming at their heads. There are so many of them, so you need to be both fast and precise to be able to hit them all! Are you ready to face them? Surely yes, so let's see what you can.
Use your mouse to control.
Basketball Shots is a Basketball Shooting Simulation Game. Use your mouse to set the angle of the throw and Click to shoot. You have 20 tries to score the most points you can. To make the game more realistic, the player is moved randomly around the court. Points are based on how far you can shoot from. You never know the NBA selection team might be watching you play.
· Aim and shoot - Use the mouse to aim, left click to shoot the ball.
Time has run out, but wait! You still have a chance to win! By passing the ball laterally to each other, you'll have 5 chances to score as many touchdowns as you can. Each touchdown will increase the level of difficulty. You can only pass it left or right, and your players may not always be available with you. With good timing and proper execution, you may just come out a winner!
·:Controls= Use Arrow Keys
Talk about Nathan Slaughter staying on his grind........That's what true talent does.....it doesn't STOP! But let's be clear on a few things, Nathan had some big bonuses on his side. He is still very young, no substantial injuries and a clean record. Now on the other hand, let's talk about how he earned his way back. Nathan was cut twice from NFL teams, in between the NFL, he played in the not so glamorous AFL. And it is clear from his combine performance that his skill set is still on point. I'm sure that it wasn't easy adjusting to what some would see as failure. But Slaughter didn't let that stop him. This NFL season will soon tell us his comeback story.