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How many Laps Around a Basketball Court is a Mile?

An NBA or US basketball court is 94 feet in length and 50 feet wide which is approximately 31.3 yards long and 16.6 yards wide. To calculate how many laps around a basketball court is a mile, you need to run around the court and measure. It takes 18.33 laps to make a mile around basketball court according to calculation. However, the arena of FIBA, Olympic, Us high school courts are not the same. The court is of different shapes and sizes.

FIBA and Olympic Basketball Courts

The FIBA (International Basketball Federation) and Olympic basketball courts are of the same size and slightly smaller than NBA and NCAA courts. The official court measures 28×15 which is 91.9 by 49.2 feet approximately 30 yards wide and 16 yards long. So, by calculation, it takes around 18.6 laps to make one mile around FIBA and Olympic Basketball court.

High School Basketball Courts

The Us high school court is shorter than any other official basketball court. The measurement of the court is 84 by 50 feet which equals 28 yards wide and 16 yards long. When we convert, it takes 19.7 laps to make a mile on US high school basketball courts.

Junior High Basketball Courts

The Junior basketball court is the smallest one among other basketball courts. The court measure 74 feet by 42 feet wide which measures 24 yards long and 14 yards wide. It takes around 22.76 laps to make one mile on Junior Basketball Court which is measured approximately 16.6 yards wider.

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