A full size FIBA regulation size basketball court measures exactly 28 by 15 meters. In the ...
The standard size is 28m long and 15m wide. It can be scaled down in size, providing the variations are in the same proportions from 26m x 14m to 12m x 7m. Note: It is important that the free throw line is 4m to the backboard.
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The Key dimensions. The Key measures in a rectangle of 5.8m by 3.6m. The restricted area must be painted for international competitions. The rectangle areas represent the restricted areas and are marked on the playing court finished by the endlines.
The key, officially referred to as the free throw lane by the National Basketball Association (NBA), the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), and the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), the restricted area by the international governing body FIBA, and colloquially as the lane or the paint, is a marked area on a basketball court surrounding the basket.
Our range of pre-set sizes include regulation line markings, like the DreamCourts full-size court which follows FIBA regulations and measures 15 by 28 metres. The Pro Half Court is 15 by 14 metres and the Pro Full Court is 17 by 28 metres.
Professional (NBA): The key is 16 feet wide; College (NCAA) and High School: The key is 12 feet wide; Regulation courts have the backboard extending out 4 feet over the baseline into the key. A 6 foot arc (half circle) extends from the foul line away from the basket to complete the key. The 3 Point Line (Arc): Three Point lines differ as follows:
Here are some more details about the court line markings and dimensions of an NBA basketball court. Court Size – 94′ by 50′ The Key – 16′ wide with backboard extending 4′ onto the court into the key. A 6′ radius half circle extends away from the basket at the top of the key.
Size : Circumference : Weight : Recommended For: Size 7: 29.5" 22 oz: Men and boys ages 15 and up. This is official size for high school, college, and the pros. Size 6: 28.5" 20 oz: Boys ages 12-14. Girls and women ages 12 and up. This is the official size for women’s high school, college, and pro basketball. Size 5: 27.5" 17 oz: Boys and girls ages 9-11 years old.