This is an example of a defensive foul against a non-shooting offensive player, while the offensive team is in the act of shooting. In this scenario, where an offensive player is in the act of shooting a successful field goal as a defensive player fouls another player on offense, the basket is scored and the player who is fouled receives one free throw, making the sequence an uncommon three-point play. On this play, the defensive player commits a blocking foul against the offensive player who passes the ball, as the passer’s teammate, #17, converts a successful dunk. The two points from the dunk are counted, and the passer on the play who was fouled would attempt one free throw.