A field goal in basketball is also called a three pointer. A three pointer is when a player shoots the ball outside the three point line and makes it.
They don't give 3 points for a field goal. Basketball gives you three points when you make a basket at the three point line the three point line was added after the 1978/1979 season.
A field goal in basketball is a three-point shot...I do not belive there is a field throw.
The baseline is the line parallel to the basketball goal. From the corner of the three point arch, past underneath the basket and across to the other three point corner.
In basketball, a field goal (a shot made from outside the three-point line) is worth three points.
20.9 feet from center of rim.
A made free throw is one point. A made field goal is two points. A field goal attempted beyond the arc is a three point shot attempt. A made three point shot is three points.
There are no "goals" in basketball. You score by making a two-pointer (inside the three-point line), a three-pointer outside of the three point line), or a free throw which is worth one point( you get those if you get fouled inside the paint).
20.9 feet from center of rim.
20 feet 9 inches, same as all NCAA three point lines
A field goal, or any shot that is made from inside the three point line and not a free throw.
because a field goal in basketball and football are both worth one point That's not correct. A field goal is 3 points in football and 1 point for an extra point
2 if shot within the three-point-line
A field goal in Basketball is also called a three pointer. A three pointer is when a player shoots the ball outside the three point line and makes it.
The NBA distance from the three point line to the goal is 23.750-feet. The distance in college and high school basketball is 19-feet, 9-inches. An NBA court is 90-feet by 50-feet.
In Basketball, a field goal (a shot made from outside the three-point line) is worth three points.
A field goal in basketball is worth three points while a free throw is worth 1 point
In the game of basketball, points are scored when a player makes a basket in the opposing teams goal. The scoring of shots goes like this: any shot made inside of the "three point line" is two points, any shot made outside of the "three point line" is three points, and free throws made are one point each.
A basketball term, not football.
In basketball, a "field goal" is the official term for any basket made from the floor other than a free throw. Most of the scoring in a basketball game is field goals. They are worth two points, or three points if the shot is taken from behind the 3-point arc.
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Ronnie Carr of Western Carolina is credited with making college basketball's first three pointer in 1980.
A regular basket is worth 2 points in basketball. In basketball, a foul shot taken from the foul line is worth 1 point. A field goal, shot in normal play is worth 2 points. A shot taken outside the 3-point line will earn the successful attempt three points.
The three point field goal was added to the NBA in the 1979-80 season.