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.