12 feet wide
12 feet across.
From behind the free throw line to the center of the goal or hoop the distance is 13 feet 9 inches. The question is not asking about the distance to the backboard; but if you are setting up your own system, it would be 15 feet to the backboard from behind the free throw line. The shooters foot gear can not touch the line, hence you must be in back of the line. FYI: The FTL is 2 inches wide.
23 feet 9 inches on the top side and 22 feet in the corners
The equipment needed to play basketball are a basketball, first off, and a hoop (generally the ones found inside school gyms). Those are the only materials needed. Some materials that can be used, however, include jerseys and shorts, a gym, and lines on the ground that pinpoint the three point line, free throw line, etc. There are a wide variety of costs for how much of this you decide to purchase.
A basketball foul line shall be 2" wide and 15' from the backboard.
Originally, the key was narrower than it is today and had the shape of a keyhole, measuring six feet (1.8 m) wide, hence "the key", with the free throw circle as the head
The actual line is 2 inches wide and 12 feet across. The back of the line is 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the goal measured horizontally and the front (beginning) of the line is 2 inches closer or 13 feet 7 inches.
no you have to do missions but its a really wide space
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Half of a basketball court is 47 feet long and 50 feet wide
It depends on which basketball court you are talking about. The NBA and FIBA paint is 16 feet wide. The NCAA paint is 12 feet wide.
A Basketball court is 94 feet long and 50 feet wide.
94 feet wide.
A wide out is another name for a wide receiver. A wide receiver lines up on offense and can either be out close to the side lines or in between another receiver and the offensive line, this is known as the "slot". A receiver runs and tries to get into an open area of the field so the Quarterback and throw him the football.
In the NBA a basketball court is 90' long and 54'wide
If a "3 point line" refers to a line that is three points wide, then the line is 3/72 inches wide, or 1/24 inches wide.
no its in countries
A basketball court is 94 feet long and 50 feet wide.
A regulation NBA basketball court is 94' long by 50' wide.
Basketball is currently a world-wide sport and played in many countries.