This is because some have the college 3 pointer AND the Pro 3 pointer.
The 3 point line is farther on an NBA court.
20 feet 9 inches, same as all NCAA three point lines
These two half circles are at at either sides of the lengths of the basketball court. They are the boundaries across which if a player shoots then it is a 3 point shoot.
In college basketball it is 20 feet 9 inches
of course not
It was extended in 2007
Yes on the 60's and 50's courts
i have no idea
The same with the exception of ball size and 3 point lines.
Yes because you have to prepare for the NBA by shooting at the three point line.
Stephen Curry from Davidson
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a change that has been made in basketball is the 3-point shot Also dunking was added too. Dribbling Backboards Basketball courts A REAL BASKEBALL A NET A RIM CLOTH'S
20.9 feet from center of rim.
Bob Knight was a point guard at Ohio State.
Ronnie Carr in 1980