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.
15 Feet to the backboard, 13 feet 9 inches to the goal center, as measured horizontally.
The free throw line is always 15 ft from the line to the backboard. Or 19 feet from the free throw line to the baseline.
13 feet 9 inches from the center of the goal; measured horizontally, to the back of the free throw line.
12 feet wide
13 feet 9 inches to the center of the goal.
The back of the free throw line or foul line is 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the goal or basket.
The free throw line is 2 inches by 12 feet, situated at the top of the lane/key. The back of the three throw line is 15 feet form the backboard/ 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the basket. (Distances are measured horizontally).
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.
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.
1 NBA/NCAA - regulation basketball court dimension is 94' long 2 High School basketball court dimension measure 84' long by 50' wide. 3 Jr. High School basketball court dimension measure 74' long and 42' wide.
If you are asking how far is it from the goal, it is 15 feet from the backboard. The line is 2 inches by 12 feet and situated at the top of the key 13 feet 9 inches form behind the line.
It is still called a throw-in. The rule says that both feet must be on the ground, the ball must be thrown in with both hands and the player should be outside of the field (outside the throw in line). As long as you comply with these requirements you are free to do as you may.