The NBA three point line was moved up 3 feet for the 2006-07 season to 19 feet 9 nine inches at the top of the key and 19 feet two inches on the sideline. The NBA three point was moved back three feet for the 2007-08 season to its orignal length. The NBA introduced the three point line in the 1979-80 season at a length of 23'9" from the top of the key to a length of 22 feet in the corners. In the 1994-95 season, the NBA changed things so the three point line was a uniform 22 feet from the basket. The distance was reverted to 23'9" in the 1997-98 season and has been there ever since. The 19'9" distance is the distance of the College Basketball three point line, which will be changed to 20'9" for the 2008-09 season. The NBA three point line has never been set at 19'9".
The back of the NCAA three point line is 20 feet 9 inches from the center of the goal as measured horizontally.
Right now the 3 point line is 19 feet 9 inches from the hoop. Effective this coming hoops season the line will be moved back to 20 feet 9 inches. There was just a story about this on espn.com if you want to go take a peek.
The back of the 3 point line is 6 feet from the back of the free throw line in high school basketball.
No, the 3-point line is going to be moved back one foot from 19 feet 9 inches to 20 feet 9 inches.
Well, I think you mean what is the three point line... well the three point line in basketball is a designated arc line radiating from the basket. If a player shoots beyond the three point line, it counts as three points while if you shoot inside the three point line, it only counts as two points.
It was moved for the 2006-07 season
The back of the three point line is: 19 feet 9 inches for lower grades and women's basket ball. The back of the men's college 3 point line is 20 feet 9 inches from the center of the goal and the back of the men's NBA 3 point line is 23 feet 9 inches from the center of the goal.
The answer depends on which three point line and which ring!
The three point line is a line around the perimeter that if you shoot out of it and make it, it counts as 3 points.
Fly leveling is a leveling that is done to connect benchmark to the starting point of the survey line. In this leveling only back sight and fore sight readings are taken and auto level is moved strictly on the line joining benchmark and starting point of survey line.
The four-point starter eliminates the drawback of the three-point starter. In addition to the same three points that were in use with the three-point starter, the other side of the line, L1, is the fourth point brought to the starter when the arm is moved from the "Off" position. The coil of the holding magnet is connected across the line. The holding magnet and starting resistors function identical as in the three-point starter. * The possibility of accidentally opening the field circuit is quite remote. The four-point starter provides the no-voltage protection to the motor. If the power fails, the motor is disconnected from the line.
You can score up to three points at the line. If you're fouled at the three-point line you go to the line for three. But if you're fouled at the three-point line and score while being fouled, they give you three points and you go to the line for one more making a "four-point play".
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The three point line was introduced into the NBA for the 1979-80 season.
The distance starting with the 1982-83 season was 17'9" until the line was moved back to 19'9" for the 1986-87 season when the NCAA adopted the 3 point standard nationally.
If its shot behind the three point line three inside the three point line is two.
ummm the two point line would be anywhere inside the three point line? derrrrr
A shot you make behind the three point line
Receding line is a line that goes back to the vanishing point(VP). -.-
Provided that you last touched the ground outside the three-point line, the shot should count as three points.
Michael Jordan has never jumped from the three point line and dunked ball. He has jumped from the three point line before, but never to dunk. The farthest he has jumped to dunk a ball is from the free throw line.
Prior to the three point shot being implemented, there was no three point line on the court.
The three point line distance in women's college basketball is 19 feet 9 inches. Men's basketball three point line distance is also 19 feet 9 inches. however, that will change to a distance of 20 feet 9 inches beginning in the 2008-2009. The three point line distance in women's basketball will not change. The Playing Rules Oversight Panel also approved moving the women's 3-point line in all three divisions back a foot to 20 feet, 9 inches for the 2011-12 season.
To the three point line.