A turn order is decided in which players will shoot the basketball. The first shooter attempts to make a basket from anywhere on the court. If the shooter makes the shot, the next player must make the same shot from the same position using the same technique (hook shot, jump shot etc.). If the next player makes the shot as well, the third player must attempt to make the same shot. If all players make the shot and the original shooter's turn comes up, the original shooter chooses a new spot from which to attempt a basket.
Trick shots can be very creative. . For example, one popular shot is where the ball is thrown from behind the basket over the top of the backboard, bounces once, is caught in the air and shot into the basket before landing on the ground. It is best to call trick shots to reduce any uncertainty around whether a shot that goes in was intentionally a trick shot or just plain lucky.
Trick shots can be called such as 'Backboard', 'Swish', and 'Ground'. This means that the ball must be, respectively, shot off the backboard, only be allowed to touch the net, and shot by bouncing the ball off the ground.