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Q: What is the size of a regulation size basketball rim?

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No. The size of a basketball rim never changes. It will always be the size of 2 basketballs (regulation size) put together.

regulation size is18 inches in diameter

Not sure if you mean the ball or rim height, but it is regulation full size on both, NBA ball, 10' rim height.

A regulation sized basketball is 29.5 inches. A 10 and under size basketball is 28.5. 28.5 is also the regulation size for women's basketball.

1: its called a rim 2: the rim on a regulation basketball hoop is 10 feet

An NBA regulation rim is 10 feet high.

The regulation size for a high school basketball rim is 6 ft wide by 42 inches tall. Basketball rims are 18 inches in diameter.

A regulation basketball goal is 10 feet high at the rim.

It is 10 feet high.

This is the regulation size for womens basketball. Often this is also the sized that is prefered to be used for youth basketball as well. It is smaller than the size of a regulation men's basketball.

The diameter of a standard basketball rim is 18 inches.

ten feet

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A regulation size basketball is between 29.5 and 28.975 inches in circumference. This is the standard used by the NBA

Regulation height is 10 feet.

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10 Feet from the ground to the top of the rim.

The regulation bball for women is 28.5 and the regulation for men is 29.0.

The regulation distance from the ground to the top of the rim is 10 feet for all levels of play. Regulation backboards are 6 feet wide (72 inches) by 42 inches tall. All basketball rims (hoops) are 18 inches in diameter.

The regulation bball for women is 28.5 and the regulation for men is 29.0.

The regulation size for basketball nets are all the same at ten feet. The regulation for high school, college, and the NBA/WNBA use nets that are ten feet high.

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Two basketballs can fit in the hoop so the ball is half the size of the rim