square up, find an open area , focus, and aim for the backboard or the back of the rim
The box inside the backboard of a basketball goal has an area of 0.59 meters by 0.45 meters. The bottom of the box sits 0.15 meters above the bottom edge of the backboard.
72" x 42" found answer @ this website hope it helps http://www.basketball-goals.com/basketball moemix
The backboard of a basketball goal is typically 1.80 meters by 1.05 meters in area. The diameter of the rim of the basket is 0.45 meters.
Ususaly it's called a box, or a square, but freethow area really has to be the best one.
Square meters are a measure of area, not length. Therefore you could use square meters to measure the area of a basketball court.
The surface area of an NBA men's official basketball is between 1.97 and 2.12 square feet.
The surface area of a women's basketball is approximately 0.17 meters square. The professional women's basketball has a circumference of 28.5 inches.
72 inches by 42 inches. 72 inches by 48 inches. For outdoor use backboard surface area is reduced and the top and base is contoured to reduce wind resistance.
There is no square (place, area) called Bangladesh