A couple of states are far and away the worst in the country when it comes to outdoor basketball hoops.
Colorado ranks dead last and Connecticut ranks a distant second.
The worst states in terms of outdoor basketball arenas are also the ones with the highest cost per person per hour.
Colorado tops the list, costing $2.65 to play an hour.
That’s nearly half the national average.
The next-worst state is New Hampshire, which costs $2 per hour, followed by Rhode Island, which is $2, $2 and $1, respectively.
Connecticut’s price per hour is also the worst.
There are three outdoor basketball stadiums in Connecticut, two in Hartford and one in Cambridge.
The cost per hour per game is higher in the Hartford stadium, at $2 but the game is much shorter.
The game starts at 6 p.m. and runs through 9 p., with an estimated attendance of just 1,300.
For the Cambridge stadium, which has a capacity of 6,000, the average game lasts an hour and 15 minutes.
Hartford is the state capital and the second largest city in the state.
It’s also the site of the National Basketball Association Connecticut Stars game in December.
The average price per game in Connecticut is $1.63.
Here’s a look at the states’ per-person-hour averages.
A state’s per-hour average is calculated by dividing the number of hours spent by the number hours spent per capita, which accounts for both population and per capita income.
Here are the states that rank the worst: Colorado $2 Colorado is also among the top 10 worst states when it came to outdoor hoops.
It has the highest per-hours average at $3.10, followed closely by New Hampshire ($3.20), Connecticut ($3), New York ($3) and Washington ($3).
New Hampshire’s per hour average is $4.70, Connecticut’s is $5.30 and New York’s is more than $7.70.
Rhode Island is also one of the worst states for outdoor hoops, ranking fourth at $4 per hour with a per-minute average of $1 and Connecticut, at the bottom, at less than $2 for outdoor games.
The Connecticut Stars are played at Hartford’s Coliseum in December every year.
Connecticut has a long history of making basketball games the most expensive in the nation.
The state’s history is also tied to its per capita population, with the average per capita household income at $32,700 in 2014.
The Hartford Coliseum is home to the team’s annual game in which players play one-on-one.
Connecticut ranks 11th among the 10 worst outdoor arenas in terms in per capita incomes per hour spent.
The two stadiums that are the most cost-effective are the one in Hartford ($5.60) and the one at Columbia ($3,600).
Rhode Island ranks 10th in per-hhour averages and the average cost per game per capita is $3,800.
In terms of per-capita income per hour in Connecticut it’s the 10th worst in terms per capita.
The cheapest outdoor arenas are in New York, which ranks 13th at $1 per hour and New Jersey, which ranked 28th at just $0.50 per hour on average.
Connecticut is also ranked 15th in terms cost per day spent per household per capita and 18th in cost per capita per hour by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Connecticut comes in last in terms overall outdoor revenue per capita at $0 and its per-pupil spending per person in the classroom, which measures the average of the schools with the most students, is $0 per student.
Connecticut also has the second-highest cost per student per hour at $6.60.