How Far Is the Free Throw Line from the Hoop?

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The the NBA, the free throw line is 15 feet from the hoop. The WNBA has the same measurements as well. The free throw line is where a basketball player has been fouled stands to make either one or two 'free' shots.
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The free throw line is 15 feet from the hoop/backboard. Can I answer
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19 feet from the baseline 15 feet from the backboard.
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1. Place the start of your measuring tape on the baseline directly under the hoop. With your chalk, mark the baseline at this starting position. 2. Extend the measuring tape 15 feet
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12 feet long and 2 inches wide, marked 19 feet from and parallel to the baseline (15 feet from the backboard)
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