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Q: How far away is college free throw line?

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15 feet.

The free throw line is always 15 ft from the line to the backboard

Same as any other free throw line, 15 feet

The Free Throw Line for 5th graders is 15 feet and, by the way, the hoop is ten feet - both just like HS, College and NBA.

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In basketball, when a person is fouled (think of it being pushed or shoved away) on the shot, he goes to the free throw line and takes either 2 free throws or 3 depending on where he shot. A free throw line is 15 feet away from the basket. If the player makes it then you get 1 point.

I think you meant hoop and the hoop is 15 feet away from the free throw line in basketball.

The back of the free throw line is 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the goal or basket.

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In College basketball the back of the free throw line is 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the goal or basket.

The free-throw line (or foul line) is a standard 15 feet from the backboard.

In any standard gymnasium, the back of the free throw line is 13 feet 9 inches to the center of the goal or basket.

The back of the free throw line is 15 feet from the backboard and 13 feet 9 inches to the center of the goal as measured horizontally.

The free throw is 13 feet away from the front of the rim and 15 feet away from the backboard.

15 feet.

15 feet away from the hoop

It is always 15 feet away from the hoop.

If you pass the free throw line when shooting you will be called for a line violation.

The back of the free throw line in the NBA is 15 feet from the backboard and 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the goal.

13 Feet 9 inches from the back of the free throw line to the center of the basket.

It is a universal distance of 15 feet from the free throw line to the backboard. This is true in high school, college, and professional basketball in North America.

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