In High School basketball, the back of the free throw line is 15 feet from the backboard.
Its 12 feet
it is 15 feet.
The back of the 3 point line is 6 feet from the back of the free throw line in high school basketball.
you go on the free throw line and get 2 shots
After the second shot when it bounces off the rim.
Free throw line from basketball rim is 15 feet. The rim is twice the size of a basketball measuring across. A basketball is 9 - 9 1/2 inches long. So that means that the free throw line from the backboard is 16 feet 6 inches, or 16 feet 7 inches.
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.
Around the free throw line.
Free Throw Distance from Basket in Middle SchoolsThe free throw line is 12 feet from the backboard in middle school basketball. actually the free throw line is 15 feet in elementary, intermediate, middle, & highand is also 15 feet in the NBA's
15 Feet to the backboard, 13 feet 9 inches to the goal center, as measured horizontally.
yes. both are at 15 feet like the NBA
15 ft in every level (Youth, middle school, high school, college, and NBA)
No matter the age or level of competition, the free-throw line in basketball is a standard 15 feet from the backboard. However, the distance between the backboard and the baseline may vary due to the size restrictions in a gymnasium.
The dimensions of a high school basketball court are 84 feet by 50 feet. There is additional floor space for spectators and sideline free space.
Shooting a basket from the high end of the circle that encompasses the free throw foul line.
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.
You don't have to be any height to play in high school basketball, or any basketball.
You can play high school basketball as long as you are in high school, which is an average of 4 years.