According to the National Basketball Association, basketball courts should be rectangular shapes that are 94 feet long and 50 feet wide, with inner dimensions including a 23 foot, 9-inch semicircular three-point arc at e... More »

All NBA and NCAA basketball courts are required to measure 94 feet long and 50 feet wide. High school courts in the United States are usually 84 by 50 feet. Internationally, the most common court size is 28 meters by 15 ... More »

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 »

All NBA and NCAA basketball courts are required to measure 94 feet long and 50 feet wide. High school courts in the United States are usually 84 by 50 feet. Internationally, the most common court size is 28 meters by 15 ... More »

When designing an indoor basketball court, the height of the ceiling must be at least 16 feet. With a regulation rim resting 10 feet above the floor, there must be adequate space for the ball to reach the basket without ... More »

In the game of basketball, field goals made anywhere inside the arc are scored as two points. Three points are awarded for shots made beyond the arc, as long as the shooter is completely outside the line. Foul shots from... More »

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To register for youth basketball leagues, choose a league, complete the registration form and pay applicable fees. Parents can find youth basketball leagues from several local and national organizations. More »

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