Has the three point line affect basketball?
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.
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 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…
You score by throwing the ball in the hoop. depending on where you are when you shoot the ball. at the circled line is a three point. the straight line before the three point line is the foul shot line, which is one point, but only one point when the umpire stops the game and has the person that got fouled stand on the line to shoot. inside the circled line is two points.
In the game of basketball, points are scored when a player makes a basket in the opposing teams goal. The scoring of shots goes like this: any shot made inside of the "three point line" is two points, any shot made outside of the "three point line" is three points, and free throws made are one point each.