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www.reference.com/article/parts-basketball-goal-1b10825d8e54724f

A basketball goal system is comprised of the rim and backboard. The National Basketball Association mandates that both meet precise measurements and placement relative to the court surface.

www.reference.com/article/height-football-goal-posts-7e5c36279137cbc9

A ruling by the NFL determines that football goal posts that were previously 30 feet in height should amend to the height of 35 feet. The NFL passed this proposal from the New England Patriots in March of 2014.

www.reference.com/article/height-basketball-rim-54231e9125fabab7

Regulation height of a basketball rim is exactly 10 feet above the floor. The measurement has remained constant across youth, men's and women's play at all levels since the invention of the game in 1891.

www.reference.com/article/correct-height-basketball-hoop-6d5d4da7fdd7c474

The correct height of a regulation basketball hoop is 10 feet from the floor directly below it. This is the standard across high school, college and professional play.

www.reference.com/article/official-height-basketball-hoop-59a0c16eb028fc5

The official height of a regulation basketball hoop is 10 feet, measured from the top edge of the rim to the floor. This rim height is used by the National Basketball Association, the Women's National Basketball Association, the National Collegiate Athletic Association,...

www.reference.com/article/regulation-height-basketball-hoop-ccaefa2ba3a3c85a

The regulation height for a basketball hoop is 10 feet, which is measured from the ground to the top of the rim. This height is standard across all levels of play.

www.reference.com/article/regulation-height-high-school-basketball-hoop-50e1f23016b35a87

The regulation height of basketball hoops at the high school, college and professional levels is 10 feet from the top of the rim to the playing surface below. Rims are 18 inches in diameter, and centrally placed below a 24-inch by 18-inch inner square on a 72-inch by 42...