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Q: How many inches is it from the floor to the rim of a regulation basketball goal that is 10 feet high?

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The top of the regulation goal is 10 feet above and perpendicular to the floor.

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 height is 10 feet (3.048 meters) above and perpendicular to the floor.

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10 feet as measured from the top of the rim directly to the floor below.

The top of the hoop is 10 feet above and perpendicular to the floor.

The center circle on an NBA regulation basketball court has a circumference of 37.7 feet (37 feet 8.4 inches).

A regulation NBA basketball court is 94 feet in length

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