10 feet from the top of the rim.
8 FEET 11 INCHES
Not sure if you mean the ball or rim height, but it is regulation full size on both, NBA ball, 10' rim height.
If your a TRUE basketball player, you should automatically be able to tell if it is a 29.5 (size 7) basketball, BUT, if not, you can ask the person in the store, or it should say size 7 somewhere on the ball.
Depends on what the average height of a 4th grade boy and girl is! And that it doesn't really matter how tall or Short you are your still good a things and being a scorer in basketball can be any size. I'm really good at basketball and I'm the tallest in my school. So everyone else is smaller than me.Hahahahaha x
10 feet tall.
The height of the basket is always ten feet unless you are in second grade or under.
Yes. The school in my town has soccer, basketball, and volleyball. It depends on the school.
It depends on your height. Not your school grade.
The MJ I know did. Please elaborate.
== == == == In most elementary schools, the gyms have hoops as of 10 ft., the regulation height of a basketball hoop for the NBA. Outside on the blacktop, the hoops usually range from about 9ft. to the hoops that are too high at 11ft. Some of the hoops are put in awkwardly and end up being too tall or too short. Generally in the school buildings the gyms have the hoops at 10 feet high which is the standard height of high school, college, and the NBA. However out on the playgrounds, you will see them at 8 or 9 feet high. Many times kids in 1st and 2nd grade will play games on a lower 8 foot hoop.