I just returned home from shooting the Spurs vs Pacers game (Spurs won of course) and I'm going through my images to submit for publication (with sports, you have a fast filing deadline), and I found the first image below that puzzles me, as I have to write captions and I'm not sure on this one image.
Rule number one when shooting sports, never get caught up the game or you'll mess the shots. I got caught up in the game and forget when I took this and why.
With that said, I don't remember, of all the images I shot, when I took this. It appears that Tony is throwing the ball out toward the other end of the court as his back is toward the goal. Don't remember, but your explanation is valued, thanks, rg sends!
(All images, available light, ISO 800, Camera E-1 w/35-100mm F/2.0 lens. White-balance at 4000K, Lexar Media 2GB card)
(Image in Question)
Other images shot tonight (answer only on the first image), these are going to submission for publication (keep in mind, you're looking at a monitor version, the images looks better in print)