It can change, but from the foul line to the furthest set of dots is 15 feet. There is no standard for any length after that.
The distance from the foul line to the start of the approach is to be a minimum of 15 feet.
There are three sets of dots on the approach:First set located about 15 feet from the foul lineSecond set is 12 feet awayThird set is approximately 3 inches away.Some centers do not use targeting dots at the further levels.
The back of the free throw line or foul line is 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the goal or basket.
You normally sprint until the line then you jump as far as you can (make sure you land on 2 feet not on your bum!)
AnswerIn basketball the free throw line is 15 feet away from the Basket.
Answer:The back of the foul line (free throw line) is 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the basket and 15 feet from the front of the back board. These dimentions are the same for HS, NCAA, and NBA.
The foul line (free throw line) is 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the basket (goal) In High School, NCAA, and the NBA basketball.
The back of the free throw line/ or foul line is 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the goal or hoop for standard play.