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Testimonials:Michael D. Ellis Former Division 1 Basketball Player
Our VersaCourt basketball court is great. It looks great and plays like no other outdoor court I've ever played on. It was very easy to install using the pre-assembled sections. I researched and talked with all the other major athletic court merchants and VersaCourt was clearly the best on price, quality and customer service. Most had long delays before you received the product. VersaCourt shipped the same day I placed the order.Read More Testimonials
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Basketball Court Dimensions
- A NBA basketball court is 94' x 60'
- A official NCAA college basketball court is 94' x 50'
- High school basketball court is 84' x 50'
- A Junior High basketball court is 74' x 42'
- The free throw line on a basketball court is always 15' from the line to the backboard
- The distance from the ground to the basketball goal rim is 10'
- The 3 point arc on a college basketball court is 20'9" (the straight part extends 63" out from the baseline before the arc begins)
- The 3 point arc on a high school basketball court is 19'9" (the straight part extends 63" out from the baseline before the arc begins)
- The key is 12' wide (the width of the free throw line) and the basketball backboard should extend 4' over the baseline
- The 12' wide free throw line forms the center of a circle with a 6' radius
- The basketball backboard is 72" x 42" and has an 18" diameter rim
- The inner square is marked above the basketball goal rim in a rectangle of 24" x 18"
- The line markings are white and 2 inches wide