Only two types of players get semi-regular opportunities to shoot uncontested set shots from the foul line extended: players who cannot shoot and those who don’t. So, the answer is no one because if you can shoot that shot ok, you don’t get it. I think Timelord can shoot that shot at a respectable rate (keeping in mind it is uncontested, that’s probably somewhere in the vicinity of 55%). Like, if defenses regularly let Embiid, Horford, or Jokic take that shot, as a few examples, they absolutely would do so and would destroy defenses doing it. Timelord isn’t those guys, but he’s also not Ben Wallace. He’s not a good shooter, but he’s not terrible. He is an extremely unwilling shooter though, which lets teams give concede that shot to him and harms the offense. (If you think he would shoot below 50% on uncontested elbow jumpers, which is a defensible view, he should keep passing on the shot since you are right that defenses will just keep conceding it and feel good about doing so.).People have been saying this for a while and I still don't get it. Name a big man in 2023 who is taking elbow jumpers as the roll man. Defenses will welcome that shot even if he gets pretty good at it, relative to what other players shoot in mid range.
As a note, bigs who can shoot don’t semi trail and stop at the foul line if the ball handler is committed to driving, they pop to the three. So this shot opportunity only exists for the non-shooting bigs who don’t want it. Timelord is in that category, but he’s a better shooter than his peers in that category, or at least many of us think he is.