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The official ball size for the National Basketball Association and most other professional adult men's associations is a circumference of 29.5 to 30 inches and weighs 18 and 20 ounces. Official balls for the Women's Nati... More »

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The two tallest players to ever play in the National Basketball Association were Gheorghe Muresan and Manute Bol, who were both officially listed at 7 feet 7 inches tall. However, according to some, the tallest basketbal... More »

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A regulation size soccer ball used in international matches and by people ages 12 and older weighs 14 to 16 ounces and has a circumference of 27 to 28 inches. In soccer, there are five different ball sizes depending on t... More »

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A basketball is dribbled by lightly bouncing it on the floor and repeating the action when the ball bounces back up to the hand. A properly inflated basketball and spread fingers ensures a good bounce while dribbling. More »

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A regulation National Basketball Association or college basketball court is 94 feet by 50 feet while high school courts are typically 84 feet long. Courts at different levels are not only different sizes, but have differ... More »

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An official National Basketball Association or National Collegiate Athletic Association basketball court measures 94 feet by 50 feet and has an area of 4,700 square feet. The NBA and the NCAA use the largest officially s... More »

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Some Jewish players in the National Basketball Association, or NBA, are Art Heyman, Omri Casspi, Irv Bemoras, Jordan Farmar, Neal Walk, Hank Finkel, Ernie Grunfeld, Danny Schayes and Adolphe "Dolph" Schayes. Art Heyman w... More »

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