13 Feet 9 inches from the back of the free throw line to the center of the basket.

The back of the free throw line is 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the goal or basket.

The free throw line is 15 feet from the basket.

In any standard gymnasium, the back of the free throw line is 13 feet 9 inches to the center of the goal or basket.

the free throw line is usually 15ft from the basket

Answer In basketball the free throw line is 15 feet away from the Basket.

The free throw is 13 feet away from the front of the rim and 15 feet away from the backboard.

The back of the free throw line or foul line is 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the goal or basket.

It is from the free-throw line which is about 10 away from the basket.

The free throw line is 15 feet from the basket in both NCAA and NBA.

The same as highshcool and nba

The center of the goal or basket is 13 feet 9 inches from behind the free throw line.

The youth free throw line is around 10ft from the basket.

It is exactly 18.10 feet according to NBA rules.

In basketball, when a person is fouled (think of it being pushed or shoved away) on the shot, he goes to the free throw line and takes either 2 free throws or 3 depending on where he shot. A free throw line is 15 feet away from the basket. If the player makes it then you get 1 point.

In College basketball the back of the free throw line is 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the goal or basket.

15 feet away from the basket and 13 feet away from the rim

Well, "The back of the free throw line is 13 feet 9 inches away from the center of the rim; measured horizontally, and 15 feet away from the backboard." But little kids get to take one step in.

13 feet 9" to the center of the goal from behind the free throw line.

Free Throw Distance from Basket in Middle Schools The free throw line is 12 feet from the backboard in middle school basketball. actually the free throw line is 15 feet in elementary, intermediate, middle, & high and is also 15 feet in the NBA's

The free throw line is always 15 ft from the line to the backboard

15 feet from the backboard or 13 feet 9 inches to the center of the goal from the back of the free throw line.

15 feet out from the center of the basket

The 3-point line in youth basketball is approximately 20ft from the basket. The free throw line is 15ft.

15 ft from the backboard and 13 ft 9 in from the center of the basket; measured horizontally, to the back of the free throw line.

15 feet from the backboard, 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the basket; measured horizontally, to the back of the free throw line.

It's 15 feet to the backboard, 13 feet 9 inches from behind the line to the center of the basket and measured horizontally.

the three point line is farther away and takes more strength and accuracy to make a it go in

15 Feet from Backboard and 13 Feet from Rim

"In the paint" or in the area in between the free throw line and basket

one point for each basket made from the free throw line.

The air pressure in a basketball is going to affect a free throw shot. A ball that is low on air is going to be heavier and harder to throw the distance to get from the free throw line to the basket.

The back of the NBA free throw line is 13 feet 9 inches. This dimension is the standard from Elementary School through College level.

You score 2 if you make a basket. Three if you make a basket from behind the 3 point line. And 1 if you make a free throw.

The free throw line is 2 inches by 12 feet, situated at the top of the lane/key. The back of the three throw line is 15 feet form the backboard/ 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the basket. (Distances are measured horizontally).

I think you meant hoop and the hoop is 15 feet away from the free throw line in basketball.

Shooting a basket from the high end of the circle that encompasses the free throw foul line.

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The free-throw line (or foul line) is a standard 15 feet from the backboard.

15 feet away from the hoop

The key is the rectangle shape underneath the basket that extends to the free throw line. The key is usually painted with the home team's colors. The key includes the free throw line, the 3 second mark, and the paint.

The back of the free throw line in the NBA is 15 feet from the backboard and 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the goal.

When someone gets hit in basketball a foul is called and if they are shooting the ball at the basket they get to shoot a free throw. A free throw is worth one point and they are shot without jumping from the line about 15 feet straight from the hoop.

It is when you get fouled when you tried to shoot and you go to the free throw line and shoot 1,2, or 3 times depending on what shot you take. Each shot counts for 1 point.

Every person has a different technique. But generally you line up with the basket, shoot the ball and don't let your feet cross the line.

If you pass the free throw line when shooting you will be called for a line violation.

The back of the free throw line is 15 feet from the backboard and 13 feet 9 inches to the center of the goal as measured horizontally.

It is always 15 feet away from the hoop.

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