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The Best Outdoor Basketballs You Can Buy

Goalrilla Vs Mammoth Basketball Hoops
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Goalrilla Vs Mammoth Basketball Hoops

The two biggest names in premium home basketball hoops are Goalrilla and Mammoth. These two brands can offer you nearly pro style play right in your driveway. While these two types of hoops may seem very similar, there are actually some important difference you should be aware of if you are going to purchase one of these hoops.

54 Inch Goalrilla And Mammoth Hoops

The 54 inch model Goalrilla is the GLR GS 54 Basketball System. The 54 inch model Mammoth hoop is the 54 inch Lifetime Mammoth In Gound Hoop. These are two very similar hoops. They both have five inch square poles, they both have the same size glass backboard, both are protected by a limited lifetime warranty, and they both can be adjusted from 7.5 to 10 feet in height. But they are different in some important ways.

The Mammoth and Goalrilla basketball hoops, across all sizes, have different adjustment systems. All Mammoth hoops use an air pneumatic adjustment system. While the Goalrilla basketball hoops allow you to adjust the hoop up and down by turning a crank. The Goalrilla hoop hoop has an overhang of thirty inches, while the Mammoth hoop has a slightly longer overhang of 35 inches.

But other than that , they hoops are very similar in quality in play. The Goalrilla goal is a better deal, since you can purchase it online for about $1000, while the Mammoth hoop usually sells for around $1200. Unless a longer overhang is important to you, get the Goalrilla hoop.


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60 Inch Goalrilla and Mammoth Hoops

The major difference between the Mammoth Hoop and the Goalrilla 60 inch models is the pole size. While the Mammoth hoop still has a five inch pole, the Goalrilla hoop benefits from a bigger six inch pole. That extra inch on the pole provides a much stronger and sturdier backboard, which provides better rebound for bank shots. While the Goalrilla 60 Inch costs a little more than the Mammoth model, it’s definitely a higher quality system.

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72 Goalrilla And Mammoth Hoops

If you want to get a real NBA experience,both Goalrilla and Mammoth have basketball hoops with 72 inch backboards. But while Mammoth provides one 72 inch unit, Goalrilla offers a few pro style units. The higher end ones can comes with advanced features like half inch thick glass (as opposed to ⅜ inch) and thicker 6 x 8 inch poles. If you really want some of the best basketball that you can get on a home system, then you should look to a higher end system like the Goalrilla E1 Basketball System.

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Spalding Vs Lifetime Basketball Hoops: Who Makes The Best Goals?
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Spalding Vs Lifetime Basketball Hoops: Who Makes The Best Goals?

By far the two most popular brands of residential basketball hoops are the Lifetime and Spalding brands. These two brands are well-loved for their combination of playability and affordability.

If you want to see how these two brands stack up against each other, here’s a comparison of some of the most popular goals.

Highly Affordable Basketball Goals

Working on a budget? If you want a nice, affordable basketball hoop to shoot around on both Lifetime and Spalding brands have a few good options for you.

If you want the cheapest basketball goal that adults can enjoy, then you should get the Lifetime 1221 Pro Court Height-Adjustable Portable Basketball System with 44-Inch Backboard. It’s a portable unit that you can set up quickly and have you and your family shooting hoops in no time.

Lifetime Portable Basketball Hoop

While sSalding doesn’t offer a portable hoop under $100, they do offer a very affordable backboard and rim combo. The Huffy Backboard & Rim Combo with 44-inch Composite Rectangle Backboard is a great simple hoop. If you want to install this on a wall, make sure to also pick up the Spalding Universal Mounting bracket. You’ll need that to attached the backboard to whatever surface you are installing it on.

Huffy Backboard and Rim Combo

Mid Range Basketball Goals

If you have a bit of a bigger budget and want a higher quality hoop to shoot on, then the Lifetime 52-Inch Shatter-Proof Backboard with Portable Basketball System is a good choice. A a little over $300, it’s one of the most affordable portable systems you can buy with a 52 inch backboard.

Lifetime 52 Inch Portable Basketball Hoop

Spalding has a similarly priced Spalding Portable Basketball System – 50″ Polycarbonate Backboard.

Spalding Portable Basketball System

Higher End Basketball Goals

Do you have a larger budget to work with? Then both Spalding and Lifetime have some serious hoops for your driveway. Then you should get the Spalding “The Beast” Portable Basketball Hoop – 60″ Glass Backboard. It’s one of the best portable basketball hoops on the market.

The big sixty inch backboard made of real tempered glass will give you an awesome rebound. And the massive fifty gallon base keep the whole thing sturdy.

Spalding The Beast Basketball Hoop

Want an in ground hoop? Consider the Lifetime Mammoth In-Ground Basketball System. The massive pole and big backboards make it feel like your playing at Madison Square Garden in your driveway.

Mammoth 60 Inch Basketball Hoop

Acrylic Vs Polycarbonate Backboard
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Acrylic Vs Polycarbonate Basketball Hoops: Learn The Difference

There are five total basketball backboard materials.

  1. Molded plastic
  2. Acrylic
  3.  Polycarbonate
  4. Glass
  5.  Steel

However, by far the most common materials are acrylic and polycarbonate.

Molded plastic is usually found on cheap kiddie hoops, glass is usually found on higher end hoops, and steel is usually found commercial hoops in public parks. So you will typically find acrylic and polycarbonate hoops in the driveways of your typical neighborhood.

If you are looking at two similar hoops and don’t exactly know how to choose between the two, how do you choose? Here’s a handy guide that breaks down these highly popular basketball goals.

Acrylic Backboards

Acrylic is the most popular material you’ll see on outdoor residential basketball hoops. It’s clear like glass, but unlike glass it can possibly fade to a yellowish color if left in the sun for a several years.

Since it is a durable plastic, it don’t shatter the way that a glass backboard might if it damaged. However, it still might crack if it suffers a strong enough hit. The material also weighs less and provides less rebound than glass backboards. However, the main advantage of acrylic boards over glass is that they are usually much more affordable.

Polycarbonate

The main advantage of polycarbonate is its durability and strength. Even when the material is very thin, you can usually count on polycarbonate backboard virtually never cracking.

In fact, many institutions that install backboards for public use opt for polycarbonate hoops in order to guard against damage from overuse or vandalism. Unfortunately, there aren’t the most popular materials. High end hoops (which can cost more than $1000) use thick acrylic backboards over polycarbonate.

Polycarbonate vs Acrylic Backboards: Which One Should You Get?

So which one is better? All things being equal, the polycarbonate backboard offers you the best value. They’re extremely strong, will last a long time, and actually have long warranties. They’re a perfect choice if you a getting a low or middle range hoop, and plan on playing rough or owning the basketball goal for a long time.

However, as backboards get thicker, such as ½ inch, like you can see in in very high end basketball hoops, the type of plastic you use doesn’t matter as much.

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The Best Portable Basketball Hoops For People Who Like To Save Money

Let me guess: you want a portable basketball hoop, but you’re not sure which one is the best value for your money.

Am I right?

It’s understandable. There are a TON of basketball hoops out there.

I know, because I’ve spent years time selling hoops. I’ve even talked with all the major manufacturers, so I know which ones are solidly built, worthwhile systems. This guide will help you understand which are the best deals out there so you can have a home basketball goal that you and your family will love.

It’s divided into two sections. The first section lays out the best basketball hoops right now. The second section has information on buying basketball hoops so you can make your own decision if you buy a hoop at a sporting goods store or online.

Best Portable Basketball Hoops Under $300

Lifetime 1221 Portable Basketball Hoop, 44-Inch Backboard

Are you looking for a crazy cheap system that still raises all the way up the official NBA height of 10 feet? Then the Lifetime 1221 Adjustable Portable Basketball hoop is your best choice. It’s not a pro system by any means, but it’s good enough to shoot around on with your kids. Though it retails for 149.99, you can can usually find it much cheaper. That makes it perfect for the casual basketball fan.

Specs

  • 44″ Impact backboard is virtually unbreakable.
  • Telescoping mechanism adjusts from 7.5 to 10-Feet 6-Inch increments
  • 27-Gallon base fills with water or sand and rolls to your desired location
  • All-weather resistant, designed to withstand the harshest elements
  • 18-Inch black solid steel rim with 1/2-Inch steel braces, 5-year warranty

Lifetime 1531 Portable Basketball Hoop, 48-Inch Shatterproof Backboard

This one is a step above the 1221 system, with a larger 48 inch backboard. The clear acrylic backboard just plain looks cooler, and the larger 31 gallon base helps keep it more stable. One downside: this system only adjusts down to 8 feet, rather than 7.5 feet like most systems. But other than that, it’s a solid choice for only around $200.

Specs

  • 48″ Shatterproof Fusion backboard with a Makralon playing surface and fade resistant graphics provides a durable pro-glass look!
  • Features Quick Adjust II height adjustment mechanism; easily adjusts from 8 to 10 feet
  • 31 Gallon base provides stability and portability; Can be filled with water or sand
  • Rust-resistant all weather finish and all-weather nylon net; can be used indoor and outdoor
  • Backed by a 5-year manufacturer warranty

The Best Premium Basketball Hoops

Lifetime 71522 Competition XL Portable Basketball Hoop, 54 Inch Shatterproof Backboard

You can usually find this system for a little under $500, and it’s the best deal in its price range. It’s a super solid system with a beefy 35 gallon base and average sized 54 inch backboard. It’s also super easy to move the backboard up and down, so you can move it down for you kids to shoot on too.

Specs

  • 54″x33″x1.5″ Steel-Framed acrylic backboard gives you the look and feel of the professional game
  • Power Lift height adjustment mechanism easily adjusts from 7.5 to 10 feet
  • Weather-resistant pole and net with fade resistant graphics; Designed to withstand the harshest elements
  • Features solid-steel Slam-It Rim with double-compression springs and welded net hooks
  • XL 35 Gallon base provides stability and portability and can be filled with water or sand; Backed by a 5-year limited manufacturer warranty

Spalding NBA “The Beast” Portable Basketball Hoop, 60 Inch Glass Backboard

This is one of the best portable basketball hoop systems you can buy for your home. The backboard is 60 inches across, not quite the 72 inches of a pro NBA system, but close. The backboard is also made of heat tempered glass, so the ball bounces off it wonderfully. The pole is thick: five inches and square. And the base is huge, it can hold over 50 gallons of either sand or water. If you’re willing to spend a little extra to get the portable system that will be the envy of your neighborhood, this is the system to get.

  • Residential portable basketball system adjusts from 7.5-Feet to 10-Feet
  • Gray inset cover acts as a handle for pre-play movement and a re-bounder during play
  • Two-piece, 5-Inch square angled pole system with screw in water level gauge base cap
  • 60-Inch glass backboard, Pro Image breakaway basketball rim, all-weather white net
  • 50+ Gallon capacity dual capacity base fills with water or sand for stability

Why A Portable Basketball Hoop Might Be Right For You

When you pick a basketball hoop, you have three options: portable, wall mounted, or in ground?

While portable basketball hoops have taken some flak in the past for not being particularly high quality, they have advanced substantially in the past few years.

However, in ground basketball hoops are still generally more durable and sturdy than portable goals. Despite that, there are still a few good reasons why you might choose to buy a portable goal instead.

You Want An Easier Installation

The one downside of in ground basketball hoops is that they are a lot more work. You have to dig a hole, assemble the hoop, stand it upright in the hole, pour wet concrete in the hole, then wait for it to harden for at least a full day before you start shooting.

With portable systems it’s way, way easier. You just have to assemble the hoop, then pour either sand or water into the basketball base. There’s no concrete to deal with, and no waiting before you can start shooting around.

You Don’t Want Change The Look Of Your Driveway

If you like how your driveway looks right now, then you should get a portable system.

You can play on it when you’re ready to sink some 3s and hide it from sight when you’re done.

You’re Moving Soon

Are you planning to move in the next year or so?

If you’re not interested in buying a brand new basketball hoop at your new location, then a portable system is your best option. You can set it up, shoot some hoops at your current home, then toss it into the moving truck when you’re ready to move.

Your Homeowner’s Association Doesn’t Allow In Ground Basketball Hoops

Finally, there’s the bane of every homeowner who just wants to shoot some hoops: the all powerful and tyrannical homeowner’s association. Most homeowner’s associations don’t want their streets lined with basketball hoops (even though they look awesome.) But there’s a loophole. You can just get a portable system, shoot some hoops during the day, then wheel it into your garage at night.

How To Buy A Portable Basketball Hoop

Do you want to sort through all the available basketball hoops yourself to decide on a goal? Here’s how you can pick your best goal by yourself.

Decide Your Budget

Home portable basketball hoops can range in cost from as little as $110 to over $1000. But just like any other product, you tend to get what you pay for. The cheaper units are less durable, have shorter backboards, and are less sturdy. While high end portable goals have wide boards, thicker poles, and are made more durable and rigid materials.

However, it’s not true in all cases that cheaper hoops equal better quality in some cases, you’ll have two comparably price system, but one will have a noticeable advantage over the other. It might be the case that the slightly cheaper hoop has a better height adjustment system, wider backboard, or even a stronger pole.

Once you decide on a price range, take a close look at the features of the basketball hoops within your budget. Sometimes you can save a few bucks and get a better basketball hoop at the same time.

Look For Height Adjustability

If you are buying a basketball hoop for young children, height adjustability is a must. Children under 12 don’t enjoy throwing airball after airball at a regulation 10-foot tall hoop. Lowering it a couple of feet gives them a chance to

Telescoping Pole

This is the simplest height adjustment system. You tend to find it on the cheapest backboards.

This involves a two part pole: the top pole slides inside of the bottom part of the pole. The two parts are held in place with a screw bolt. When you’re ready to adjust the height of your pole, you simply unscrew the bolt, adjust the pole, then screw the bolt back in place.

Broomstick Adjustment

This uses a ratchet mechanism behind the backboard to adjust the hoop. When you’re ready to adjust, you take a long stick (such as a broomstick handle) to unlock it and move it to your desired height.

This system works well enough. But to be honest, it’s kind of a pain in the butt. On some systems the rachet mechanism doesn’t lock in place very easily. So you’ll have to struggle to position the stick in just the right place in order to get it the height that you want. It’s fine if you don’t expect to have to adjust it that often. But if you ancipate adjusting it frequently, or even every day, then you’re better off getting a different adjustment method.

Trigger Handle

The trigger handle makes adjustment much easier. Like the name implies, these systems are equipped a handle with a trigger. To adjust, grab the handle, press on the trigger with your

Pneumatic Adjustment

These work like the trigger handle adjustment systems, but with a cool twist. They use air pressure make lifting the item up and down much easier, much in the same way that air pressure moves a barber chair up and down. This makes moving the hoop almost effortless.

A pneumatically adjusted basketball hoop is a great idea if you’re buying your hoop for kids. Since they require less muscle to move the hoop up and down, even tiny power forwards can easily move it to the height that they want.

Crank Handle

These systems are simple to use, but difficult to assemble. They allow you to adjust the height of a backboard just by turning a hand crank. You typically find them on higher end, high quality systems that cost a thousand dollars or more.

Two Adjustment Ranges

One other important thing to note. There are two adjustment ranges available. The first adjusts in six inch increments. For example, if your basketball hoop can adjust between 7 and 10 feet, then you can set it at 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, and 10 feet.

The other type is called “infinite” adjustment. So if your basketball hoop as this features, you can set it at any point between 7 and 10 feet, including 7.7, 8.2, or 9.3.

System Durability

Obviously, you aren’t going to buy a new basketball hoop every year. You want to buy a system made of quality materials that will last you. However, it can be a challenge figuring out whether or not a hoop is built to last over the internet. But one the surest clues is the warranty. The longer a warranty is, and the more it covers, the more confident the manufacturer is that it will last a very long time.

A year year warranty signals little faith in a product’s durability. A five year warranty signals a little more. And 10 year warranty means that the manufacturer thinks that they sell a quality product. And a lifetime warranty means that the manufacturer believes that you’ll never have a problem.

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How To Make Your Home Basketball Court Safe

A home basketball court is a great place to exercise, have fun, and build memories with your family. But you still have to remember that as with any vigorous physical activity there is a risk of injury. Fortunately, you can reduce this danger just by identifying the most common risks and taking action against them.

Risk: Colliding The Pole

This is always risk, especially if you have a relatively small playing area, if you have a hoop with a small offset. If you are an aggressive player who love hard-driving layup shots, then hitting the pole becomes more likely. While most bumps with the pole aren’t serious, running into the site at full speed might cause bruising.

The Solution

Get the hoop with the biggest offset you can afford. You should also invest in a pole pad that wraps around your pole. This is simply a pad made of soft foam wrapped in vinyl. If someone collides with the pole, their blow will be cushioned by the pad and minimize the risk of injury.

When purchasing your pole pad, make note of the size and shape of your pole. A pole pad meant for a four inch square pole won’t fit on a three and half inch pole, and vice versa.

Risk: Ball Rolling Into The Street

As anyone who has played basketball on their street can attest, the ball doesn’t always go where you want it to go. In fact, if you don’t control your ball, you might spend more time running after the ball than actually playing. If your ball rolls in the street where cars might be driving by, this can pose a risk for both your ball and anyone who goes running after it.

The Solution

Purchase a Rolback net to catch the ball should it start to roll anywhere you don’t want it to go. Simply install this netting anywhere that a rolling ball presents a risk, and you’ll be protected. There are also models that you can install behind the net to prevent airballs from going astray.

Risk: Uneven Playing Surface

If your property is older, your might see bumps or cracks in your driveway. While that usually isn’t a problem, it can create a hazard when people are running around and playing basketball. Bumps in the road from age or uprising tree roots can cause a serious tripping hazard.

The Solution

You might want to consider hiring a contractor to fix your driveway before you install your basketball hoop. Let them know that you want a flat, even playing surface for your hoop. Most are able to make repairs that give you a nice, even and perfectly safe place to play some hoops.

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Affordable And Awesome Pool Basketball Hoops

Not all basketball hoops are installed in your driveway. In fact, there are a wide variety of fun poolside basketball hoops that you can use to make your home pool more fun.

If you want to get a very simple and affordable pool basketball hoop experience. The All Pro Water Basketball Game is smart choice. For less than thirty dollars, you get a basketball hoop that floats freely in the pool and a ball. While the hoop may drift from place to place as you try to make shots and dunks, hitting a moving target is half the fun.

If you want a poolside basketball hoop for kids, the Jamming Molded Poolside Basketball is a smart choice. It costs less than fifty dollars, but it’s great way to let your kids have more fun with your pool in the summer.

However, if you want a fixed goal at the end of your pool that adults can enjoy playing on, then there are a few good options. One of the most affordable is the Dunnrite PoolSport Swimming Pool Basketball Hoop. This is just a like a regular portable basketball hoop, except it it is made of much fewer metal ports and is set much lower to make playing by the pool a lot more fun. The base weighs 115 pounds when filled with water, so you can be assured that it will remain sturdy during rough play.

One of the best selling pool basketball hoops is the Lifetime 1306 Pool Side Height-Adjustable Portable Basketball System with 44-Inch Clear Acrylic Backboard. This system is popular because it’s high quality, using the same kind of acrylic backboard that LIfetime usues for their regular systems. But it’s still economical.

Want to play both volleyball and basketball in your pool. You can get a combo system for less than two hundred dollars with the SwimWays 2-in-1 Basketball and Volleyball Pool Game. The system includes a 24 foot net, two sturdy bases, and a fun pool basketball hoop.

If you are looking for something a little more advanced, including a regulation 18 inch rim that can use a regular basketball with, then get the Cool Jam Pro Basketball In Ground Swimming Pool Game. Unlike most other pool basketball systems, this one can actually adjust up and down, so players of various ages and skill levels can have fun playing on it.

There are also a few in ground pool basketball hoops available. While these are more difficult to install than the portable units, the advantage is that they will be a more permamnt and stable hoop to play on. One of the best hoops in this category is the Dunnrite DeckSplash Swimming Pool Basketball Hoop with Brass Anchors. The system in includes a ground sleeve that you can use to install the hoop.

If you are willing to spend a little more to get a higher quality system, then go with the S.R. Smith Swim N’ Dunk Stainless Steel Challenge Basketball Game, Stainless Steel. This hoop attaches to your deck with two posts, making it one of the most stable pool hoops that you can get.

 

 

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Goalrilla Basketball Hoops

Do you want a basketball hoop that is a step above what you can get from Spalding or Lifetime? Something that will make your driveway the go-to place to play a pick up game?

If you’re looking for a high end basketball hoop, then you can’t go wrong with Goalrilla. While these systems cost a bit more than your average residential hoops, for the price you get an incredible study system that feels close to playing in the pros and will last a very long time.

Goalrilla GS54 Basketball Hoop

If you want to get the most affordable Goalrilla goal that you can buy, then the Goalrilla GLR GS 54 Basketball System is for you. For around a grand, you get a system that has a massive five inch square pole. Much larger than the typical 3.5 inch round poles of typical hoops. Like all Goalrilla systems, it includes an easy crank adjustment system that allows you to move the hoop up or down in order to accommodate the new system. The anchor plate system not only makes installation easier, it gives you the option of taking your premium hoop with you should you choose to move to a new house.

Goalrilla GS60C Basketball Hoop

Are you willing to spend a little bit more in order to get a bigger board? Then the Goalrilla GS60C Basketball Goal is the best choice for you. This basketball hoop has all the same features of the GS54, with two notable differences. Firstly, the backboard is a beefier sixty inches across as opposed to 54. Secondly, it features a “clearview” board, meaning that the brackets attach the the outside of the backboard. Thus allowing you to see the glorious glass backboard in all its beauty, without any obstructions.

Goalrilla GS72 Basketball Hoop

However, if you really want a truly pro like backboard, then you should go with the Goalrilla GS72 Basketball Goal. The backboard is a NBA regulation size 72 inches across. The pole that supports the system is six inches square, so despite its size the entire thing is impressively stable. If you want to have one of the best goals on your block, and have it for around two thousand dollars, then this your best choice.

Anchor Plate System

Unlike cheaper basketball hoops, you don’t simply cement the Goalrilla pole directly into the ground. In order to make assembly easier, it uses an anchor plate system. Instead of a pole, you simply cement a metal plate with four bolts whenever you want the pole installed. When the cement dries, you bolt the pole onto the plate. This breaks the installation process into parts, making it more manageable. Plus, if you ever decide to move, you can take your Goalrilla system with you. Simply purchase a new anchor plate system, remove your hoop, install your new anchor plate system at your new home, and bolt your hoop on after the cement dries.

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Wall Mounted Basketball Hoops

While the most popular kind of basketball hoops are portable and in ground, you can If you have a sturdy wall on which you can install a wall mounted hoop, then that might be the best option for you. Since these units don’t require a pole or a base, they are usually a little easier to set up and save space on your driveway.

There are two main types of basketball hoops Backboard and rim combos with mounting brackets, and complete wall mounted systems. The backboard and rim combos are typically much more affordable than the wall mounted systems, which can cost in excess of $1000.

Here’s some of the most popular systems that you can buy for your

Affordable Wall Mounted Basketball Hoops

Wanted to mount a basketball hoop to your garage or other sturdy surface, but don’t want to spend a lot of money. Good news: there are a few extremely affordable options for you. One good choice is the Spalding 48-inch Eco Composite Fan Backboard/Rim Combo Unit. It’s nothing fancy: a nice-looking 48-inch unit with a fan shaped backboard. But it gets the job done.

If you would prefer a basketball hoop with a more traditional square backboard and want the backboard material to be acrylic, then Lifetime has a good choice for you. Lifetime 44-Inch Backboard/Rim Combo is a killer choice for anyone who wants a decent hoop for a low price. Make sure to also pick up the Lifetime Hoop Extension Bracket so you can mount it to your surface of choice.

Mid Range Wall Mounted Basketball Hoops

If you have a slightly bigger budget (somewhere in the range of a couple hundred dollars), then you can get a much higher quality hoop. The Spalding 54-Inch Backboard and Rim Combo with Acrylic Backboard is one of the best goals that you can get for under $300. The acrylic board is framed by a steel support brace that keeps the entire system ultra strong. Also make sure to pick up the mounting bracket if you choose this unit.

Lifetime also offers the slightly smaller and slightly more affordable Lifetime Backboard and Rim Competition Combo Kit. The fifty inch unit even includes a backboard pad that helps prevent injuries from high jumps close to the system.

High End Wall Mounted Basketball Hoops

However, if you are able to affordable a really great, pro style system, you will have to look beyond what Spalding and Lifetime are able to offer. One of the best producers of high end wall mounted units is Goalsetter. While these come at a high price point, they include the bracket, so you’ll have everything you need to start fantasizing you’re in the NBA.

If you want the best wall mounted basketball hoop that you can get for around a grand, then you should get the Goalsetter GS48 Wall Mounted Adjustable Basketball System with 48-Inch Glass Backboard and Flex Rim. While the backboard isn’t that big, the thick brackets and glass backboard will make it one of the sturdiest systems on your block.

However, if you are going after a genuine pro experience, then you best choice is the Goalsetter Systems GS72 Wall-Mount Adjustable Basketball Hoop with 72 Inch Glass Backboard. Just like pro systems is seventy 72 inches across and made of strong glass. Plus, this system has a massive adjustment range. While most hoops can only adjust from 7.5 up to 10 feet. This system can adjust down to 6 feet, so even the littlest players can have fun on this pro style goal.