• 10 feet.
  • The basket ring is set at 10' and the white cord net is set at 15" to 18" in length below that. Each basket shall consist of a pressure-release NBA approved metal safety ring 18" in inside diameter with a white cord net 15" to 18" in length. The cord of the net shall not be less than 30 thread nor more than 120 thread and shall be constructed to check the ball momentarily as it passes through the basket.
  • No such idea about it. But If you are interested in increasing your height in an easy and effective manner then for details visit
  • 10ft to the top of the rim. There is no regulation on the height of the net although one net must match the net at the opposite end of the court! Your welcome!
  • You mean the hop which is 10 ft at all levels of basketball above middle school (which have rim heights that are often set below 10 ft but not necessarily). High school, college, and NBA basketball hoops are all officially set at 10 ft which is the regulation height since the game was invented sometime in the late 19th century. IMAO, the rim set at 10 feet meant that it's pretty obvious that the game was originally designed for 'short people'.

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