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      The design of a basketball court follows certain standard dimensions and markings to ensure fair play and safety for the players.

      1. Size: The standard size of a basketball court is 94 feet by 50 feet (28.65 meters by 15.24 meters). Some courts may vary in size depending on the available space.
      2. Lines: The court is marked with various lines, including the sidelines, baseline, center line, free throw line, three-point line, and key. These lines help to define the playing area and enforce certain rules.
      3. Hoops: Two hoops are mounted at opposite ends of the court, 10 feet (3.05 meters) above the ground. The hoops consist of a metal rim and a net, and are positioned so that the rims are 18 inches (45.7 centimeters) in diameter and centered on the backboard.
      4. Backboards: The backboards are typically made of tempered glass or acrylic and measure 72 inches (1.83 meters) wide by 42 inches (1.07 meters) high.
      5. Court surface: The court surface can be made of a variety of materials, including asphalt, concrete, or wood. Some courts may also have an additional layer of cushioning to reduce the impact of falls.
      6. Markings: The markings on the court include the center circle, which is used for the opening jump ball, and the key, which is a rectangular area in front of each hoop that is used for certain types of shots and free throws.

      The design of a basketball court is intended to create a standardized playing surface that ensures fair play and safety for all players.

      Basketball Court Dimensions & Markings

       

      How do you play Basketball?

      Basketball is a team sport where two teams of five players each compete against each other. The objective of the game is to score more points than the other team by shooting a ball through a hoop.

      Here’s how the game works:

      1. The game starts with a jump ball at center court. The referee throws the ball up between two players from each team, and they try to tap the ball to their teammates to gain possession.
      2. Once a team has possession of the ball, they can dribble it (bounce it) on the court while moving around to try to find an opening to shoot or pass the ball to a teammate.
      3. The goal of the game is to shoot the ball through the hoop, which is mounted 10 feet (3.05 meters) high on a backboard at each end of the court. Each time a team scores a basket, they earn two points.
      4. If a player shoots the ball from beyond a certain distance (beyond the three-point line), they earn three points for their team if the ball goes in the hoop.
      5. The game is divided into four quarters, each lasting 12 minutes. There is a halftime break between the second and third quarters.
      6. If a player fouls an opposing player, the fouled player will usually be awarded free throws. Each free throw is worth one point, and the player shoots the ball without any defenders trying to block the shot.
      7. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins!
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