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In the NBA it's around 23 ft., in the NCAA it's around 20 ft.

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The distance between the basket and the 3 point line in high school Basketball is 19 feet, 9 inches. The distance is greater in NCAA basketball with a distance of 20 feet, 9 inches. The distance in the NBA is set at 23 feet, 9 inches but is an even 22 feet at the corners.

NBA = 23' 9" (22' in corner) NCAA = 19' 9" from the center of the hoop. From the wording of the NBA rule book: "d. The three-point field goal area has parallel lines 3' from the sidelines, extending from the baseline and an arc of 23'9" from the middle of the basket which intersects the parallel lines." It has moved a few times in the last 10 years but right now this is where it stands. A free throw line is 13 feet.

NBA three pointers are 23ft and 9 in from the center of the hoop, with the corner three point shots being 22ft.

The distance from the three-point line to the basket in the old ABA was 25 feet. This is equivalent to 7.62 meters.

In the NBA it's around 23 ft., in the NCAA it's around 20 ft.

22 feet in the corners and 23.75 feet in front of the hoop(pro mens).

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19"9' from the basket to the 3-point line. Same as in high school.

19 feet 9 inches

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