For males, no. For females, yes.
For males, the high school three point line is 19 ft, 9 inches away from the center of the hoop while the college three point line is 20 ft, 9 inches away from the center of the hoop. This rule became effective during the 2008-2009 season when the NCAA committee elected to move the three point line back one foot for the men.
For females, the three point line in both high school and college is 19ft, 9 inches.
For more information regarding the three point line (whether it be for the NCAA, high school, FIBA, NBA, or WNBA), view the related link below.
yes they are the same, the only difference is between American and Canadian the 3 point line in the states is in 1 foot in toward the hoop:) - NO they ARE NOT the same!! HS is 19.75ft College is 20.75ft!!
High School: Arc radius 19 feet 9 inches (6.02 m), no less than 5 feet 3 inches (1.60 m) from each sideline.
NCAA College: Arc radius 20 feet 9 inches (6.32 m), no less than 4 feet 3 inches (1.30 m) from each sideline.
FIBA: Arc radius 6.75 meters (22.1 ft), no less than 0.9 meters (3.0 ft) from each sideline.
WNBA: Arc radius 22 feet 1.75 inches (6.7501 m), no less than 3 feet 4 inches (1.02 m) from each sideline.
NBA: Arc radius 23 feet 9 inches (7.24 m), no less than 3 feet (0.91 m) from each sideline.
yes. both are at 15 feet like the NBA
The first women's basketball team was located at Smith College, an all women's school in 1892. After this point, basketball gained popularity at other schools.
It depends on which division you are talking about. High school, college, and nba are all different
of course not
NBA: 23.75 ft, 22 ft SidesFIBA: 20.5 ft, 22.15 ft (from Oct. 2010)WNBA: 20.5 ftMen's College Basketball: 20.75 ftWomen's College Basketball & High School: 19.75ftNBA-23ft 9inNCAA-19ft 9in
The player has to shoot the ball into the hoop from behind the three-point line (the big arc painted on the floor surrounding the basket), which varies in distance depending on whether the game is NBA, college, high school, etc.
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i have no idea
Stephen Curry from Davidson