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More and more consumers are electing to install their own basketball hoop. It makes for a nice weekend project not to mention keeping a few extra dollars in your pocket. With the evolution of the big box home improvement stores, getting the proper tools and materials is not a problem, but the right basketball goal measurements is the biggest fear DIY builders face. If you are like most basketball goal consumers you are concerned with getting it right the first time because there is a proper height for a basketball hoop.
We’ve all heard the popular phrase, “practice like you play”. In order to perfect your basketball skills it is important to replicate game time conditions as closely as possible. Whether it is working on an outside jump shot, perfecting a slam dunk, or improving under the board a professional grade, official regulation basketball goal is necessary.
So what determines if a basketball goal is regulation or simply recreational? There are several specifications and attributes that deem a basketball goal worthy of being considered regulation or professional grade.