Basketball Court Construction
An indoor basketball court is usually constructed on a timber floor, with Maple recognised as the premier surface. In recent times maple playing surfaces are used in conjunction with artificial surrounds to increase the life of the venue. Indoor courts can also use acrylic or other polymer surfaces over a concrete base to reduce cost.
Outdoor courts are usually constructed on either a concrete of asphalt base. Either base is acceptable however concrete offers a longer life, if correctly installed, and is not subject to the limitation of the courts proximity to an asphalt plant.
The junior leagues may use synthetic grass and the senior schools often use a concrete hard court construction.
Multisport Concepts have a specialised techniques to ensure synthetic grass courts very closely replicate the bounce of timber floor courts.
There are numerous sizes and standards in courts around the world, Multisport Concepts will construct your court to any of the standards desired.Considered a Multipurpose Court?
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With a Half Court only one basket is used.
The rules incorporate a clearing procedure that simulates the time used on a full sized court.
As a result either 2 games can be played on 1 full sized court or a court can be built in an area that would not facilitate a full sized court.
Please see basketball dimensions and specifications in the PDF below.Free Quote / More Information Please
FIBA 2010 Basketball court markings
Full size Basketball courts
Line Markings 28m x 15m
Overall Court size 32m x 19m
Half basketball court
Line Markings 16m x 15m
Court size 18m x 17m