The height of the basketball hoop in meters is 3.05meters for the NBA, national and ...
Basketball sizes come in variations for different ages, genders, and level of play. The official NBA and competitive professional basketball is 29.5” | 74.9 cm in circumference with a diameter between 9.43”-9.51” | 24-24.2 cm. Professional basketballs must be inflated to a pressure between 7.5-8.5 PSI and cannot exceed the maximum weight of 22 ounces.
In meters, it’s 28.65 m long and 15.24 m wide. The WNBA and NCAA use an identical court size—94 feet long by 50 feet wide. High school courts are a bit shorter, measuring 84 feet long by 50 ...
International Basketball Federation (FIBA) and Olympic basketball courts call for the court to be slightly smaller at 91.9 feet by 49.2 feet. In meters, that’s 28 by 15 meters. NBA Court Dimensions Diagram
15.24 m: 49.21 ft: 15 m: Same as NBA: Rim height: 10 ft: 3.05 m: Same as NBA : No Charge Zone arc: 4 ft: 1.22 m: 4.10 ft: 1.25 m: Same as NBA: Center circle diameter: 12 ft: 3.66 m: 11.81 ft: 3.6 m: Same as NBA: 3-point line distance from the basket: 23.75 ft 22 ft in corner: 7.24 m 6.70 m in corner: 22.15 ft 21.65 ft in corner: 6.75 m 6.60 m in corner: Main arc same as FIBA
Height (Rim): 10’ | 3.05 m to court Net Length: 15”-18” | 38.1-45.7 cm below rim Basketball to Rim Ratio: Compared to the clear area of the basketball rim, a regulation basketball is 27% of the size of the opening.
A regulation basketball hoop stand 10 feet off the ground. If you convert this to the metric system it equals a height of 3.048 meters.
The height of the rim or hoop is the same as in NBA, i.e., 10 ft (3.5 m). In fact, the height of the hoop is same irrespective of the measurements in senior level basketball. The radius of the restraining circle is also 4.10 ft (1.25 m) as in NBA, but the radius of the center circle is 5.90 ft (1.6 m) which makes it slightly smaller than NBA regulations.