nba 3 point is 36ft. away from the basket
in 1979-80 season, the NBA adopted the three-point shot.
24 feet from the corner
100 million meter is the distance between 2 points shot i don't think there exists a 2 point line, actuall, there is a 3 point line and any shoot performed within that line is taken as 2 point shot.
They don't give 3 points for a field goal. Basketball gives you three points when you make a basket at the three point line the three point line was added after the 1978/1979 season.
An NBA court is 94 feet long and 50 feet wide. Therefore, the perimeter of a regulation NBA court is 288 feet.
The NBA three point line was moved up 3 feet for the 2006-07 season to 19 feet 9 nine inches at the top of the key and 19 feet two inches on the sideline. The NBA three point was moved back three feet for the 2007-08 season to its orignal length. The NBA introduced the three point line in the 1979-80 season at a length of 23'9" from the top of the key to a length of 22 feet in the corners. In the 1994-95 season, the NBA changed things so the three point line was a uniform 22 feet from the basket. The distance was reverted to 23'9" in the 1997-98 season and has been there ever since. The 19'9" distance is the distance of the college basketball three point line, which will be changed to 20'9" for the 2008-09 season. The NBA three point line has never been set at 19'9".
Behind the 3 point line. In the NCAA, it is 20 feet and 9 inches, while the NBA line is 23 feet and 9 inches.
For the 2007 season, the NBA three point line is 4 feet longer from the goal than the NCAA three point line at the top of the key (23 feet, 9 inches for the NBA to 19 feet 9 inches for the NCAA). However, starting in the 2008 season, the NCAA's three point line will be lengthened to 20 feet 9 inches at the top of the key.
23 ft and 9 in.
The high school 3 point line is 19 feet 9 inches. In the NBA, from the top of the arch it is 23 ft and 9 in.