It is when you bounce a ball up and down the court.
The floor type does effect the bounce on a basketball due to the kinetic energy absorbed by the floor that is why it is easier to bounce a ball higher on a basketball court than it is say on tiles and carpet court.its a godd science experiment
The official height for an NBA court is 10 feet.
Because it is slicker and the ball will bounce better on the court.
An outdoor court is unlikely to have a ceiling.
pressure would always change due to temp, so u gotta take that into account.
it is about 30 yards high
If you mean the height of the hoop, all levels play on 10 feet.
A gym floor, the lacktop has more denseness and textures.
Yes , it does You could even try it yourself for proof. Bounce something on grass then on pavement, you will see a difference in how the softer the lower.
The rim for a basketball court is positioned exactly 10 feet off the ground.
The baskets are 10 foot high.
never tried, however, VCT makes a good in-expensive court floor!
regulation height of any basketball court men and women is ten feet.
High school, college and the NBA, all use 10 ft high basketball hoops.
Probably whatever you want it to be
The official height of an NBA basketball ring, is 10 feet from the court to the rim. It's also 10 feet for official high school and college courts! =)
asphalt has the best bounce and it doesnt make much noise
Ten feet if your talking about the height. The diameter of the rim is eighteen inches.
The rim is elevated 10 feet off of the court floor
The court itself is measured by length and width, not height. 94' x 50' is about average. The rim is 10' above the court.