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Spalding 60" Acrylic Portable Basketball Hoop - Dick's Sporting Goods

Spalding 60" Acrylic Portable Basketball Hoop

Item Number: 22456416
Price: $699.99
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Strengthen your hoops skills anytime with the Spalding® 60" Acrylic Portable Basketball System. The portable basketball hoop features a 60" acrylic backboard that produces great rebounds, and is framed with a steel support for durability. The Arena Slam breakaway rim is built to withstand aggressive driveway action and the Screw Jack Lift system lets you take the game up a notch with easy rim height adjustment between 7.5 and 10 feet.

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FEATURES:

  • 60" acrylic backboard
  • Backboard framed with a steel support
  • Backboard design provides about 16 inches of clearance between the system and backboard
  • Arena Slam breakaway rim
  • 3-piece, 3.5-inch steel round pole
  • Pole angles at 20 degrees from the base
  • Screw Jack Lift system allows you to adjust the rim height from 7.5 ft. to 10 ft. with infinite increments
  • Screw Jack handle is removable
  • 40 gallon portable base capacity can be filled with either water or sand
  • Front base cover acts as a rebounder during play
  • Model: 68562
  • Spalding


Country Of Origin: China

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Rated 1 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Product Stinks!!! I recently purchased this hoop for my 11-year old son. The first time I filled the base with water a piece of the bottom blew out. After many phone calls and 2-weeks later I received a second base. I set this one up and filled with water. Guess what? Water started leaking from one of the seams in the base. At this point I put some sand in and called it quits... The bases must be defective. Not worth the time or money! April 28, 2014
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