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The NBA three point line is 23 feet 9 inches from the center of the basket to the far side of the arc; at the top of the key, and 22 feet from the corners. The NCAA 3 point line is 20 feet 9 inches, and in High School Basketball the distance is 19 feet 9 inches from behind the arc to the center of the goal.

The free throw line is 15 feet (from the backboard), 13 feet 9 inches to the center of the basket from behind the line.

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The 3 point line is 23 feet 9 inches away from the rim.

23'9''

19 feet

19 ft, 9 in

The NCAA men's basketball rules committee approved a measure moving the 3-point line back one foot in 2008 --- from 19 feet, 9 inches to 20 feet, 9 inches from the center of the rim.

It is 19' 9" from the center of the rim

no its easier. the 3 point line is actually closer to the rim

The back of the free throw line is 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the rim (measured horizontally). The inside diameter of the ring is 18 inches. The ring is made of 5/8 inch steel. From the back of the free throw line the rim is: 13' 9" - (9" + 5/8") or 12' 11 3/8". From the 3 point line HS, NCAA/W = 18' 11 3/8" NCAA/M = 19' 11 3/8". NBA = 22' 11 3/8"

nba 3 point is 36ft. away from the basket

It depends on which division you are talking about. High school, college, and nba are all different

I'm not sure what your asking but 3 point line, free throw line, the key, blocks, hoop, rim, net, backboard, half court

20 feet

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