A standard professional basketball rim has a circumference of 30 inches. Its diameter is 18 inches, and the top of the rim is 10 feet in height from the floor. More »

An NBA basketball rim is 10 feet off the floor on which the game is played, and measures a diameter of 18 inches. In order to score a field goal in basketball, players must throw the ball through the rim and the attached... More »

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. More »

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A standard NBA basketball is 9.43 to 9.51 inches in diameter, or 29 5/8 to 29 7/8 inches in circumference. It is inflated to a pressure of 7.5 to 8.5 pounds. More »

An NBA basketball rim is 10 feet off the floor on which the game is played, and measures a diameter of 18 inches. In order to score a field goal in basketball, players must throw the ball through the rim and the attached... More »

As of 2014, the lowest-scoring basketball game in professional basketball history was the Fort Wayne Pistons' 19-18 victory over the Minneapolis Lakers on Nov. 22, 1950. The lowest-scoring game since the creation of the ... More »

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The average distance a professional basketball player runs during a game is 2.9 miles. Jimmy Butler of the Chicago Bulls ran the most during the 2013-2014 season with an average of 3.1 miles per game. More »