The two point shot has always existed in basketball.
The three point line was added for the 1987-88 season in Texas high schools.
A shot you make behind the three point line
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The 3 point shot was added in 1987, that year Steve Alford (Indiana) led the Nation in 3 point accuracy!
Yes, there is a 3-point shot in NCAA basketball.
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If its shot behind the three point line three inside the three point line is two.
A Three point shot
According to a source at the South Dakota High School Activities Association, the 3 point shot was added to high school basketball for the 1985-1986 season.
A field goal in basketball is a three-point shot...I do not belive there is a field throw.
No matter where you shoot from, after the three point arc it just counts as a three pointer.
Any shot within the three point line is two points, a shot made outside the three point line is worth three points, and a free throw is worth one point.
Yes this is my question
i guess 1987
The three point shot has provided more intense situations towards the end of games and a higher scoring average for the 24 second shot clock era.
The 3 point shot was added to college ball in 1987, I believe. At 19'9" it is shorter than the International version and the NBA version at 23'9"
A three point play is possible in Basketball. A three point play occurs when a player is fouled while he or she is shooting, and that shot goes in.
A foul shot equals one point.
The distance from the hoop to the three point is19 ft but for proffesionals it is22 ft
A made free throw is one point. A made field goal is two points. A field goal attempted beyond the arc is a three point shot attempt. A made three point shot is three points.
A 2 point shot in basketball is worth only two points. As long as the player shoots and makes the basket within the three point parameter, they are given two points for the shot.