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Q: What is the distance from the backboard to the free-throw line?

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19ft from baseline and 15.9ft from the backboard

NBA and NCAA is 15ft from the backboard.

The distance of the free throw line is 15 feet (or 4.572m) from the backboard. The rim is 45cm in diameter, plus the 15 cm that divide the rim from the backboard, making the front of the rim 3.972m (or 13.03 feet) from the foul line.

15 feet

15 feet to the backboard from behind the arc.

It is a universal distance of 15 feet from the free throw line to the backboard. This is true in high school, college, and professional basketball in North America.

15 ft or about 4.6 m

The free throw line is 15 ft. from the backboard.

Free-throw line distance from the backboard: 15 ft

15 feet from the backboard or 19 feet from the out of bounds line.

On our court there are additional lines, one between the baseline and freethrow line "we'll call this line A" and one between the freethrow line and halfcourt "we'll call this line B" that I use. I believe the extra lines are for volleyball. So I line A, freethrow line, B and halfcourt for our suicides.

yes you can. in fact there is a recent, and very popular event where Kobe Bryant threw the ball off the backboard, followed it in and dunked it. i believe there is a video on youtube about it.

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freethrow line

The free throw line in Jr. High is 15 feet from the backboard. This is the same distance at all levels of play. I have seen some sights that show a different distance for Jr. High Free throws but that was either a mistake or some local variance.

15 feet

15 ft from the basket

No matter the age or level of competition, the free-throw line in basketball is a standard 15 feet from the backboard. However, the distance between the backboard and the baseline may vary due to the size restrictions in a gymnasium.

The backboard is 15 feet from the back of the free throw line.

from the backboard to the foul line is 15 feet

There are 15 ft from the free throw line to the backboard.

The free throw line is 15 feet from the backboard. However, it is 13 feet from the front of the rim.

15 feet from the backboard or 13 feet 9 inches to the center of the goal from the back of the free throw line.

13" from centre of the ring to the backboard

6" . A STANDARD RECTANGULAR BACKBOARD IS 42" HIGH. THE TOP OF RIM IS 36" FROM THE TOP OF BACKBOARD, SO THAT LEAVES 6" FROM THE BOTTOM OF BACKBOARD TO TOP OF RIM.

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