This question relates to the the goal and the free throw line. The answer is: 13 feet 9 inches is the distance; from the back of the free throw line, to the center of the goal. (Measured horizontally)
In any standard gymnasium, the back of the free throw line is 13 feet 9 inches to the center of the goal or basket.
In High School basketball, the back of the free throw line is 15 feet from the backboard.
15 Feet to the backboard, 13 feet 9 inches to the goal center, as measured horizontally.
Its 12 feet
it is 15 feet.
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.
15 ft from the backboard and 13 ft 9 in from the center of the basket; measured horizontally, to the back of the free throw line.
15 Feet Same As Nba
15 ft in every level (Youth, middle school, high school, college, and NBA)
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.
you go on the free throw line and get 2 shots
After the second shot when it bounces off the rim.
59 yard free kick by Corey Smith:
The free throw line is 13 feet 9 inches to the center of the goal and 15 feet from the backboard, measured horizontally. The same distance holds true for: Elementary Schools, High Schools, NCAA men and women's play, FIBA and the NBA.
A short-term goal for many high school freshman is to acclimate themselves to the high school setting. Many high school freshman have a goal just to become familiar with their new setting.
The back of free throw (foul line) line is 13 feet 9 inches from the center from the goal, for the for the standard 10 foot high goal (from the floor to the top of the goal).
No, unless it would change the outcome of the final score.