Newtons second Law
Newton's second law of motion is an object acted upon by an unbalanced force will accelerate in the direction of the force
The main net force comes from the hands when pushing your arms to shoot the ball.
When he bends his knees, its the force of balance being proportional to the net sending the arms to force the weight of the ball to go up
His arms are proportional to the net causing the hands to have the net force to get the rotation of the ball from the force of his hands.
The acceleration from his hands pushes the ball into the net.
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