The rim of an official NBA or NCAA hoop is 10 feet (120 inches) from the floor, although the "droop" of individual nets varies somewhat, and the backboards vary slightly between college and pro.
10 ft in professional basketball 3,05m
In Professional, College and High School basketball the hoop is 10 feet from the floor.
The Official Basketball Hoop size is 21 inches
The inside radius of a basketball goal/hoop is 9 inches.
The size of a high school basketball hoop is 18 inches across on the inside. The hoop or ring as it is called is made from 5/8 inch high tensile steel. The entire assembly, which includes a safety feature, in mounted so the top of the ring is 10 feet above the playing surface below.
No, it is 10 feet from the ground
The hoop is 18 inches / 457.2 mm in diameter.
On a regulation basketball court, the hoop is 10 feet from the ground. There is no official amount for a hoop's overhang over the court.
The official height of an NBA basketball hoop is 10 feet from the floor to the rim.
Professional basketball hoops are usually 10 feet (3.05 m) from the floor.