The regulation height of a primary basketball net is 10 feet.
The bottom of the basketball net is 2.5908m-2.6176m from the ground.
Did the height of the basketball net from the ground change from 12 feet to 10 feet or from 10 feet to 12 feet Did the height of the basketball net from the ground change from 12 feet to 10 feet or from 10 feet to 12 feet
NBA Basketball nets are 10 feet tall
The regulation height for a basketball net is 10 feet.
The height of a pro net is 10 ft high
Height does not really affect the accuracy of your basketball throwing. However, tall people tend to underestimate the distance to the net and small people tend to overestimate the distance to the net.
Professional height is 10 feet at the rim.
The rim is 10 feet from the floor
Exactly the same height as it is for men!
in the nba it is 10 feet high
The rim for a basketball court is positioned exactly 10 feet off the ground.
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).
a basketball net is the net hanging from the bottom of the rim on the basketball hoop
Many children love little tykes basketball. The size of the basketball and the height of the net makes the game for children more fun and less discouraged.
ten feet. That's the regulation height, and after the age of twelve....regulation rims are always used.
10 ft.... you sould of been on that since age 10
The regulation height for a basketball hoop is 10ft
both played with one ball, there is a net involved, and jumping is a much needed skill. you also need a decent height.
The net does not matter. The standard height for younger kids is 8 ft. (rim) and 10 ft. for anyone older than 3rd or for 4th grade. I have seen nets on a regulation basketball hoop that extened below 9 foot and ones that barely reach 9'6"
10' - never say another height, its perfect. it doesn't matter what gender you are- never should have and never should be