Size : Circumference : Weight : Recommended For: Size 7: 29.5" 22 oz: Men and boys ages 15 and up. This is official size for high school, college, and the pros. Size 6: 28.5" 20 oz: Boys ages 12-14. Girls and women ages 12 and up. This is the official size for women’s high school, college, and pro basketball. Size 5: 27.5" 17 oz: Boys and girls ages 9-11 years old.
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Regulation basketball hoops are suspended 10’ | 3.05 m from the playing surface and have a standard rim diameter of 18” | 46 cm. The vertical backboard surface is made of plexiglass or tempered glass to prevent shattering and is sized at 42” x 72” | 110 x 183 cm. Basketball rims are manufactured from high tensile carbon steel to provide the ball with the correct amount of bounce while also having give for players that can dunk.
Official basketball height is not a plausible dimension, and hence, it is not standard anywhere. Juniors and Youngsters For the juniors, the NBA recommendations are basketballs of circumference of 27.75 inches, which is size 5, and weighing around 18 oz.
So far the official information available places a Size 7 weight at 20 or 22 ounces. Size 6 weighs 18 to 20 ounces. Size 5 should not go over 17 ounces. Size four is set at 14 ounces, and the mini Size 3 should never weight more than 10 ounces.
Regulation basketball backboards have a width of 72” | 183 cm and a height of 42” | 110 cm with an inner rectangle that is 24” | 61 cm wide and 18” | 45.7 cm tall. All rims are hung 10’ | 3.05 m above the court. Dimensions.com.
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The distance from the gym floor to the rim is 10 feet. This rim height is the same for Junior High, High School, NCAA, WNBA, FIBA, and the NBA. Some kids’ leagues will lower the hoop to 8 feet or 9 feet to acknowledge that younger kids have difficulty shooting at 10 feet high hoops.