The three-point line in high school basketball is 19.75 feet. This is measured from the centre of the basket.
19"9' from the basket to the 3-point line
19"9' from the basket to the 3-point line. Same as in high school.
19 feet 9 inches
a trae (pronounced like tray)
the three point line for highschool basketball is at the top of the key 20' feet from the basket. in college they move it back a foot to 20' 9'' feet, and in the NBA its 23' 9''
The baseline is the line parallel to the basketball goal. From the corner of the three point arch, past underneath the basket and across to the other three point corner.
A Two pointer is when the basket ball is shot from inside the three point line, it can be called a regular basket
The North American scoring system in basketball is quite simple. There are three scores one can get when they get the basketball through the hoop. A free throw counts as one point. A two point shot is when a player makes the basket anywhere inside the three point line. One can get three points if they make the basket if they are standing outside the three point line.
The 3-point line in youth basketball is approximately 20ft from the basket. The free throw line is 15ft.