a basketball net is the net hanging from the bottom of the rim on the basketball hoop
The first net wasn't actually a net. The first basketball hoop was actually a wooden crate with no top or bottom in it and it was nailed high on a post.
The bottom of the basketball net is 2.5908m-2.6176m from the ground.
The bottom of the net was cut open.
10 ft high
You CAN but it won't count as a point or anything.
its ten feet just like any other junior/high school gane of basketball
2 meters 60 centimeters
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basketball and hopscotch but the basketball had no hole in the net just a high up box to shoot in
Exactly the same height as it is for men!
in the nba it is 10 feet high
The height of a pro net is 10 ft high
the height of the rim is 10 ft. nets vary in length due to different manufactures and styles.
Ten feet from the floor to the rim (this is true for high school, college and NBA).
for high school (jumior) 10 and a half feet (this does not address the question)
We need a basketball court with a basket net and a basketball.
The regulation height of a primary basketball net is 10 feet.
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10 feet from floor to rim is the standard for high school, college and pro ball. The hoop is often lower for younger kids. Usually 8 feet is the lowest for organized play. Again from floor to hoop. The net hangs below the hoop and there is no "official" height for it from my understanding. For all players, 10 ft. is what the basketball net should be at.
No one can be certain on the origination of the basketball phrase of "nothing but net". The reason for this is that basketball has and is played in all types of venues such as high school, college and professional leagues.What the term means, however, is that the ball is shot from the players' hand and goes through the basketball hoop without touching the metal hoop. Thus it "swishes" through and hits only the net hanging from the rim.