A NBA regulation backboard is 72" wide x 42" high
A regulation backboard in the NBA has the dimensions 6 ft x 3.5 ft.
The dimensions for a rounded basketball backboard in the NCAA is only slightly different than the dimensions for a rounded basketball backboard in the NBA. NCAA regulations allow the basketball backboard to be 4 feet high,Êwhile the NBA requires that the basketball backboard be no more than 3 1/2 feet high.
4 feet by 4 feet
The official NBA basketball backboard is 72 inches (6ft) by 42 inches (3.5ft)
From end-line to end-line it is 94'. From backboard to backboard it is 86'.
Regulation backboard sizes are the ones most commonly used in the NBA as well as in other areas. They are six feet wide by 42 inches tall.
the NBA regulation weight for a basketball is 3 lbs
Regulation backboards are 6 feet wide (72 inches) by 42 inches tall. All basketball rims (hoops) are 18 inches in diameter. The inner rectangle on the backboard is 24 inches wide by 18 inches tall.
A regulation NBA basketball court is 94 feet in length
2/8ths on crap, 1/2 inch on NBA
Basketball backboards actually come in many shapes and sizes. However, a backboard used in the NBA measure 72 inches long and 42 inches tall.
A regulation size basketball is between 29.5 and 28.975 inches in circumference. This is the standard used by the NBA
The link has the official rules for the NBA.
A regulation NBA basketball court is 94' long by 50' wide.
The regulation height for a NBA and NCAA basketball hoop is 10 feet.
An NBA court is 94 feet long and 50 feet wide. Therefore, the perimeter of a regulation NBA court is 288 feet.
The regulation size for basketball nets are all the same at ten feet. The regulation for high school, college, and the NBA/WNBA use nets that are ten feet high.
An NBA regulation rim is 10 feet high.
The standard basketball backboard measures 1/2 inch thick by 42 inches high by 72 inches wide. In the National Basketball Association (NBA), their backboards include a rectangle in the center that measures 1.5 feet high and 2 feet wide.
In the NBA, a layup is when the player takes FOUR steps towards the basket and leaves off one foot (usually opposite of shooting hand) and attempts to score a basket (backboard or no backboard). The term is the same in NCAA, and HS basketball just 2 steps instead of the NBA 4 stepper.