The purpose of this study was to investigate the athletes' adaptability in improving accuracy of three point basketball shooting by loading the shooting distance in order to provide information to coaches and athletes for further training. The participants were male college second level point guards, shooting guards, shall forwards and power forwards. The participants were assigned into an experimental group, a comparison group, and a control group according to their pretest score. The experimental group (long distance) and the comparison group (three-point line) were training for 6 weeks in the different shooting distance. We assume each group will improve their shooting accuracy after the training. Results showed the training effect did not reach the significant difference. However, by using SPSS for windows 10.0 software mix design two factor trends analysis at pretest, mid-test and posttest stage. Results showed the long distance group performed better than the three-point line training group in term of training effect. Indeed, the three-point line group surpassed than the control group. In conclusion, increasing the shooting distance has the most benefit for improving the shooting performance. Therefore, we suggest coaches and athletes could use this method to improve the shooting accuracy and performance for college basketball player.