How Much Does a Basketball Weigh in the NCAA? A standard basketball in the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) is 29.5 inches (75 cm) in circumference and weighs about 22 ounces (oz) or 1.4 pounds (lbs) or 624 grams (g).

## What is the mass of basketball?

Our results were as follows: mass of inflated ball = 590.3 g, mass **of deflated ball = 586.3 g**.

## What is the mass of a basketball ball in KG?

The official weight and size of an NBA basketball is 22 ounces (1.38 lbs **or 0.62 kg**) and 29.5 inches (75 cm) in circumference.

## What is the weight of a basketball?

If we are talking about a standard NBA **basketball**, the standard **weight** is 22 ounces or around 1.4 pounds. (The **weight** of **basketball** in kg is 0.623 kg.) It measures 29.5 inches in circumference and is inflated to about an air pressure of 7.5 to 8.5 psi (pounds per square inch).

## How far away is a 3 pointer in basketball?

Though the distances differ between all levels of basketball, the 3-point line is universal. The NBA has a **22-foot 3-point line in the corners** and a 23-foot, 9-inch line elsewhere.

## Does a basketball have more mass than a bowling ball?

A bowling ball and a basketball are about the same size, but **a bowling ball has more mass**. Volume is a measure of the space matter occupies. … Therefore, the two balls have about the same volume. Although the basketball is hollow, it is not empty.

## How fast can you throw a basketball?

Terminal valocity of a basketball is **45 mph**. It reaches that speed in 150 feet. Dropping it from a greater height will not make it go faster.