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Spalding Inground 44" Polycarbonate Basketball System

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lichme


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Item: Spalding Inground 44" Polycarbonate Basketball System
Price: $119.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard
Condition: New

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conanthelibrarian


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Good comments (3.6 out of 5.0) over at amazon

conanthelibrarian


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Solid reviews (4.2 out of 5.0) over at walmart.com

casey00001


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And ten years from now when your kids are done with it, good luck getting it out of the cement. Much better off buying a portable.

lblbnet


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If you are going to put in a permanent hoop, I would recommend a larger backboard. 44 inches is about two feet smaller than regulation. As kids get bigger they will find it difficult to make lay-ups and bank shots with such a small backboard.

plmnwater


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casey00001 wrote:And ten years from now when your kids are done with it, good luck getting it out of the cement. Much better off buying a portable.



And when it falls on some neighbor kids head, good luck with the lawsuit. I speak from the experience of two people I know.

Shaggnasty


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casey00001 wrote:And ten years from now when your kids are done with it, good luck getting it out of the cement. Much better off buying a portable.



I've had 2 portable goals. I passed on a 3rd.

I got the Spaulding 54" tempered glass backboard off Woot several months ago and it's awesome. A bit tricky to install, but well worth the price. 10 years from now I'll the new owner of the house worry about it.


poslundc


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Apparently you can use this ground sleeve to install it: http://www.amazon.com/Spalding-8679-Ground-Sleeve-Round/dp/B00024XCE0

Does anyone know the dimensions of the sleeve? I can't find an instruction manual online or anything like that.

How is this thing for adults who just want to casually shoot some hoops?