The regulation height for a basketball hoop is 10ft
The height of a regulation hoop is 10 ft.
no, two mens basketballs cannot fit throug the hoop at once. two girls regulation basketballs, however, can fit through the rim at the same time
2 regular basketballs side by side will not go through a hoop. One on top of the other they will. If you get "play size" basketballs you could get them though side by side.
To be regulation, a basketball hoop must be ten feet from the floor. hope this helped =)
No... that would be too easy if two basketballs could fit in one hoop!! :P If the basketballs are (alot!) smaller than normal then yes!!
According to the regulation hoop diameter is 18 inches (inside the rim). Other sizes are available for practice or games other than regulation basketball. Use a search engine to find "basketball" +"hoop diameter".
Baskets are the hoop in basketball. They are meant to be there to throw basketballs into. That is the only way to score a point.
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.