## How far is the 3 point line from the basket high school?

19.75 ft

3 Point Line or Arc: 19.75 ft (6.01 m): High School. 20.75 ft (6.32 m): NCAA. 21.65 ft (6.60 m) to 22.15 ft (6.75 m): WNBA and FIBA.

### How far is the foul line from the basket in high school basketball?

15 feet

High School, College and NBA courts each have a unique 3 point line (arc). The Foul Line: For all courts the “foul line” distance is 15 feet from the foul line to the front of the backboard. This measurement is commonly confused as from the center of the basket and front of the rim.

**Is the free-throw line is 12 feet from the basket?**

The free throw lane and free throw line The free throw lane is the hub of the action in each half-court. This rectangle is 12 feet wide — 16 feet at the men’s pro level. Its length, as measured from the basket to the free throw line, is 15 feet at all levels.

**What is the length from the free-throw line to the basket?**

15.09 ft

Table

Area | FIBA |
---|---|

Imperial | |

3-point line distance from the basket | 22.15 ft 21.65 ft in corner |

Key (shaded lane or restricted area) width | 16.08 ft |

Free-throw line distance from point on the floor directly below the backboard | 15.09 ft |

## How far back is the free-throw line in high school?

The free-throw line is 19 feet from the edge of the field, and the backboard front is 15 feet. Taking a distance of 22.15′ from the center of the hoop, we get the 3 point shooting line.

### How far away is the 3pt line?

23 feet 9 inches

The distance from the basket to the three-point line varies by competition level: in the National Basketball Association (NBA) the arc is 23 feet 9 inches (7.24 m) from the center of the basket; in FIBA, the WNBA, the NCAA (all divisions), and the NAIA, the arc is 6.75 m (22 ft 1.75 in).

**What is the distance of a high school free-throw line?**

19 feet, nine inches

The other visible difference is the distance from the three-point line. Shorter than either the NCAA or NBA, the high school free throw line is just 19 feet, nine inches from the center of the basket.

**How far is the free-throw line in high school?**

## How do you measure free-throw line?

The distance of the free-throw line is measured from a point on the floor directly below the backboard. At the junior high, high school, NCAA, WNBA and NBA levels, the free-throw line is 15 feet away from this point. At the FIBA level, the free-throw line is actually a bit further—15.09 feet from the point.

### How far is the 3-point line away from the basket?

23-feet, 9-inches

In the NBA, the 3-point line is 23-feet, 9-inches away from the basket, with the exception of the corners, where the line is 22 feet away from the basket.

**How far is a free-throw in high school?**

**How far is the 3 point line away from the basket?**

## How far is the free throw line in basketball?

When the Buffaloes had an opportunity to bolster their comeback with some freebies at the line, they gladly took advantage. One year removed from a record-setting performance at the free throw line, the Buffs once again are emerging as one of the top free throw shooting clubs in the nation.

### How long is the free throw line from the basketball goal?

The free-throw line from the basketball hoop is 15 feet or 4.61 meters in length, to put the distance in perspective it is about the length of a midsize car. The width of the free-throw line is 12 feet or 3.7 meters. The length and width of this area is a term called the “key” in basketball.

**How do you measure the free throw line in basketball?**

– Court – Foul line – Backboard – Basket height – Tip-off circle

**How far away is the free throw line from the baseline?**

This distance is also 19 feet from the baseline. The free throw line is 15 feet from the basket if a straight line could be drawn from a horizontal point 10 feet in the air directly above the line to the backboard.