Size (Overall): 94’ x 50’ | 28.65 x 15.24 m Area (Court): 4,700 ft2 | 436.64 m2 Baskets: 4’ | 122 cm from perimeter, 10’ | 305 cm high Three-point Arc: 23’9” | 7.24 m, 22’ | 6.7 m corners Free-Throw Line: 15’ | 4.57 m from basket Center Circle: 12’ | 366 cm diameter Material (Indoor): Polished wood, usually maple
The Foul Line: For all courts the “foul line” distance is 15 feet from the foul line to the front of the backboard. This measurement is commonly confused as from the center of the basket and front of the rim. The Key (the Lane): The Key (also called the Lane) is different for Professional (NBA) and College/High School.
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The Foul Line: For all Courts, The foul line distance is 15′ from the foul line to the front of the backboard and 18′ 10″ from the baseline. The Key : Also called the free throw lane or “the paint” is 16 feet wide for NBA and FIBA, and 12ft wide for College, High school and Junior High play and Extends 15’from the backboard to the free throw line
Just as in college and professional basketball, the foul line is 15 feet from the backboard, and the key is 19 feet long. It’s also the same 12 feet wide as the NCAA — four feet narrower than the NBA and WNBA.
The distance of the free-throw line is measured from a point on the floor directly below the backboard. At the junior high, high school, NCAA, WNBA and NBA levels, the free-throw line is 15 feet ...
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The free throw line is 19 feet from the edge of the court and 15 feet from the front of the backboard. The 3 point shooting line is 19’9″ from the center of the hoop. The high school basketball court key and free throw line matches the NBA distances.
The overall size of a High School Basketball court is typically 84 feet long and 50 feet wide. Some Junior High School court will measure 74 feet long and 42 feet wide. The Foul Line: For all courts the “foul line” distance is 15 feet from the foul line to the front of the backboard. The “foul line” is 18 feet 10 inches from the baseline.
A: Typically, it is defined as if a defensive player is inside or touching the arc, they cannot draw a "charge" or an offensive foul. Q: How far is the free throw line from the basket? A: 15 feet. Q: What's the size of the basketball hoop? A: 18 inches across. Q: How far is a three-point shot?