## How far is a 3 point shot in high school?

19.75 ft

3 Point Line or Arc: 19.75 ft (6.01 m): High School.

## How far out is a 3 pointer?

23-feet and nine inches

When introduced, the 3-point line was positioned at a distance of 22-feet from the hoop in the corners and at a distance of 23-feet and nine inches to the top of the arc. Chris Ford of the Boston Celtics is credited with making the NBA’s first 3-pointer, in a 114-106 win over the Houston Rockets.

**What is the distance of the 3 point line in high school group of answer choices?**

The NBA 3-point line is 23.75 feet from the hoop, 22 feet in the corners. At the NCAA level, the 3-point line distance is 20.75 feet, for both men and women. At the high school level, the 3-point line distance is 19.75 feet, for both boys and girls. Junior high uses the same 3-point line distance as high school.

**How is a high school 3 point line measured?**

The basket is still 10 feet off the ground, which means the biggest difference is the three-point line. At the top of the arc, the three-point line is 6.75 meters from the center of the basket or 22.15 feet. This measurement works out to about 22 feet, two inches.

### Why are there two 3pt lines?

The NCAA says the rationale behind the decision is to: make the lane more available for dribble/drive plays from the perimeter. slow the trend of the 3-point shot becoming too prevalent in men’s college basketball by making the shot more challenging, while at the same time keeping the shot an integral part of the game.

### How far is a college 3-point line?

20 feet, nine inches

The shot itself has evolved in the decades since. After the 2008 season, 21 years after the introduction of the three-point line, the NCAA voted to move the line back one foot, to 20 feet, nine inches.

**How far is a college 3 point line?**

**Is the 3 point line the same distance all around?**

NBA Three-Point Line At most levels of basketball, the three-point line is an arc, so three-point shots are the same distance no matter where you are on the court. The arc that intersects the straight lines is 23 feet, 9 inches from the basket.

#### Can you touch the 3-point line?

A successful field goal attempt from the area outside the three-point field goal line shall count three points. The shooter must have at least one foot on the floor outside the three-point field goal line prior to the attempt. The shooter may not be touching the floor on or inside the three-point field goal line.

#### What is the 3 point distance for high school?

At the NCAA level, the 3-point line distance is 20.75 feet, for both men and women. At the high school level, the 3-point line distance is 19.75 feet, for both boys and girls. Junior high uses the same 3-point line distance as high school.

**What is the 3 point line in high school basketball?**

The 3 Point Line (Arc): College and High School – the 3 point arc is 19 feet 9 inches, with a straight line extending out 5 feet 3 inches (63 inches) from the baseline. The Backboard and Rim: The regulation distance from the ground to the top of the rim is 10 feet for all levels of play.

**What is the 3 point line in the NBA?**

The NBA three-point line is 3 ft (0.91 m) from the sideline in a zone starting at the baseline and ending when it crosses the 23.75 ft (7.24 m) arc. The 22 ft (6.70 m) measurement applies only at a point where a line parallel to the baseline intersects the long axis of the court and the center of the basket.