The regulation height for a basketball net is 10 feet.
ten feet. That's the regulation height, and after the age of twelve....regulation rims are always used.
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"
When playing mixed volleyball the net height is the same as men's volleyball regulation. It is 7 feet and 11 5/8 in.
The bottom of the basketball net is 2.5908m-2.6176m from the ground.
18" off the ground
NBA Basketball nets are 10 feet tall
A regulation (thus also olympic) net height is 3.5 feet high on the net posts and 3 feet high on the center.
The height of a pro net is 10 ft high