In 2007, the distance to the 3-point line was extended for men's College Basketball, to the line established for international competition, which is 20 feet, six inches (20.5 feet or 6.25 meters) from the center of the goal.
Three Point Line
The three-point line is generally an arc that is a set radius from a point on the court directly below the center of the basket.
The arch is 25 Ft away from backboard The arch is 25 Ft away from backboard
19 feet 9 inches from the backboard
the same as high school....... 20 ft
Measure it yourself. You are so lazy!!:(
Well, I think you mean what is the three point line... well the three point line in basketball is a designated arc line radiating from the basket. If a player shoots beyond the three point line, it counts as three points while if you shoot inside the three point line, it only counts as two points.
The three point line is a line around the perimeter that if you shoot out of it and make it, it counts as 3 points.
the three-point line the three-point line
shoot beyond the three point line
The parts of the basketball court are: the three-point line, the key, the base line, the free throw line, the sideline and the half-court line.
Prior to the three point shot being implemented, there was no three point line on the court.
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).
like 3 feet