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Updated: 9/27/2023

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10y ago

This is called the no-charge zone. When in this arc, the referee cannot call the "three-seconds" rule on you, which is when you are in the danger zone (the box from the free throw line to the base line) for more than three seconds.

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15y ago

baseline ;)

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11y ago

The "key"

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