This is a trick question.
If you aren't told what the expected probability of her freethrows is, there's no way to tell.
For example, if you flip a fair coin 3 times and it comes up heads all three times, that has no effect on the next flip. It's not "more likely" to be Tails, which is why the Basketball player in the problem's NEXT free throw doesn't depend on her other free throws earlier in the season.
I suspect it's a poorlywritten problem, in which case Pran's answer of 0.22 is correct. :)
10/13/2013

Charles B.