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Please enjoy this booklet of basketball court diagrams courtesy of HoopsU.com! Use these blank basketball courts to draw up plays, scout opponents, or any other need. You can easily print off just the ones you need! The halfcourt diagrams contain 4 halfcourts per page with some space for notes. The fullcourt diagrams contain 1 fullcourt per page.
Basketball Court Diagrams Full Court Diagrams. 1x Full Court Diagram. 2x Full Court Diagrams. 3x Full Court Diagrams. 4x Full Court Diagrams. 6x Full Court Diagrams. Half Court Diagrams. 1x Half Court Diagram. 2x Half Court Diagrams. 4x Half Court Diagrams. 6x Half Court Diagrams. 12x Half Court Diagrams. Combination Court Diagrams. 1x Full Court - 2x Half Court
Court Dimensions: Professional NBA and College Basketball court is 94 feet (29 m) by 50 feet (15 m). International Basketball the court 28 meters (92 ft) by 15 meters (49 ft). High school, and Junior High court 84 feet (26 m) by 50 feet (15 m). The Foul Line: For all Courts, The foul line distance is 15′ from the foul line to the front of the ...
Use this template of American professional basketball court to draw basketball court dimensions diagrams. The template "Basketball court dimensions" for the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software is included in the Basketball solution from the Sport area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
Basketball court dimensions are as follows: #1 NBA/NCAA - regulation basketball court dimension is 94' long by 50' wide. #2 High School basketball court dimension measure 84' long by 50' wide. #3 Jr. High School basketball court dimension measure 74' long and 42' wide. Click here for a diagram layout of basketball court dimensions. Click here to learn how to draw a three point line. A key basketball court dimension for installation purposes is the distance from the baseline to the face of ...
A professional NBA court is 94’ x 50’ | 28.65 x 15.24 m. Courts are comprised of several foundational components: the baskets, the three-point arcs, free-throw (foul) lines, and the half court line. Indoor courts are usually made with polished wood (often maple), while outdoor courts are typically made from paving, concrete, or asphalt.
The three-point line is an arc on both the frontcourt and the backcourt of a basketball court and is a very important component. This is because when a player shoots from behind the arc of the three-point line they are awarded three points. If they shoot from inside the three-point line they are only awarded two points.
The sidelines and baselines of a basketball court mark the outside boundaries for out-of-bounds purposes. The sidelines run the length of the court and the baselines are behind each basket. All standard basketball courts measure 50 feet in width. For high school, the court length is 84 feet, while in college and the NBA it is 94 feet long.
Court markings. Half-court line – Also called mid-court, the line that runs from sideline to sideline across the center of the court. Jump circles – There are 3 circles on the court: a center circle (CC) at half-court and a free throw circle (FTC) around the free throw line at each end.