What Is the Official Height of a Basketball Hoop?

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The official height of a basketball hoop is approximately 305 centimetres from the ground. The hoop typically consists of a 45.72 centimetre rim in diameter mounted on a backboard.
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The height of a basketball hoop can depend on the actual venue you are playing at. Official regulation height is ten feet but some outdoor courts are shorter.
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To be regulation, a basketball hoop must be ten feet from the
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in youth teams the official height is 8 ft however the official height is 10 ft in highschool, NBA, and all around the world. So if your six feet two inches you should buy urself
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