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Play a great game at home with the Spalding 54" Acrylic In Ground Basketball Hoop. The Exactaheight lift system provides easy height adjustments from 7.5' to 10' in 6" increments, while the durable acrylic backboard offers a see-through design with NBA branding for an authentic look. Padding around the backboard protects players from sharp edges, and the heavy-duty Pro Slam breakaway rim and all-weather white net are built for tough play. Assembly required.

Features and Benefits

  • Designed for residential basketball play
  • Frame is constructed from steel to provide sturdy support and lasting use
  • Acrylic backboard with a see-through look offers durability
  • Exactaheight lift system adjusts easily in height from 7.5' to 10' in 6" increments
  • Heavy-duty Pro Slam breakaway rim
  • Inground mounting system provides stability
  • NBA branded
  • All-weather white net
  • Board pad protects players from the sharp board edges

What's in the Box

  • Owner's manual
  • Spalding 54" Acrylic Inground Basketball System
Spalding The Spalding 54" Acrylic In Ground Basketball Hoop features an Exactaheight lift system and a heavy-duty Pro Slam breakaway rim. Spalding 54" Acrylic In Ground Basketball Hoop

Spalding 54" Acrylic In Ground Basketball Hoop

$199.99
Spalding 54 Acrylic In Ground Basketball Hoop is rated 3.8824 out of 5 by 34.
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SKU:015596224 Item #:88291T
015596224 199.99 USD
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