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Goalrilla GLR GS In-Ground Basketball System with Aluminum Framed Tempered Glass Backboard


Price: $1,299.99 - $2,102.69
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Goalrilla GLR GS In-Ground Basketball System with Aluminum Framed Tempered Glass Backboard + Goalrilla Basketball Anchor System + Goalrilla Deluxe Basketball Hoop Light
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  • ASIN: B00KJZ1W80
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,788 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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So, it has to be very sturdy.
Barob
Their Engineering Department reviewed my information and determined that I was experiencing normal pole flex.
Tiffany
The Goaliath has slightly more shake than a HS rim but it wasn't a major problem.
johngalt383

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Stephen R. Scheffler on September 6, 2008
Size Name: 72-Inch
this is an excellent basketball hoop.

positive attributes
There is very little vibration after shooting on this basket
Easily adjustable
built to last.
Good clearance between the rim and the pole

negative attributes
this needs a 20 inch diameter hole over 72 inches deep
be prepared for it least the day a work if you're going to install this yourself

I'm 6'9" 270 pounds and I wanted a basket that I could dunk on and not have to worry about damaging it. This basket is made of excellent materials and is very heavy duty and so far has performed well.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By johngalt383 on May 25, 2013
Size Name: 60-Inch
We spent significant time comparing the 60" Goaliath vs Goalrilla. Hands down Goalrilla is more substantial. However, it is $800-$1000 more expensive. Is it worth the price difference? My son is a very serious 6"5" freshman Club/Varsity Basketball player. We bought the Goaliath and are delighted. A prospective purchaser must ask what they are looking for. If you are a bunch of 20 something or older former top tier basketball players using the goal to play very intense back yard games with a lot of dunking and hanging on the rim....buy the Goalrilla. Anybody else will love the Goaliath.

Remember the standard HS/College backboard is 72" which Goalrilla offers for upwards of $1700. However, we don't find the 60" to be too small. The 54", however, would be noticable. If you are looking for a goal for kids who won't ever be Varsity players, get the 54" and save money...maybe even buy the portable. The portables all shake more than is acceptable for a Varsity player unless you buy the top of the line Spalding for around $1000.

The Goaliath has slightly more shake than a HS rim but it wasn't a major problem. I had read horror stories regarding installation. My 15 year old (who is an A+ student with a math specialty and his best friend) assembled the goal in about three hours with no issues whatsoever. I had a professional poor a new court and he installed the base but the biggest issue with the base is to dig a proper hole exactly according to instructions with the fluted bottom. A homeowner could poor the base but don't take shortcuts! You will get unacceptable shaking.

Conclusion? We spend thousands of dollars on basketball academies so if there was a need, we would have sprung for the extra grand for the Goalrilla. My money was better spent on the Goaliath. I would hurry though. I sense they may be phasing out this unit which is a shame. Very good value.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By blt on June 3, 2012
Size Name: 60-Inch
We thought a long time about what system to install and this system is great! The instructions were very clear and easy to understand, with all parts clearly marked and nothing was defective or missing. When placing the anchoring system in the cement take the time to level and square it correctly. This system was great because we had it pretty level but the bolts allowed us to adjust and fine tune leveling once pole was in place. If the basket and pole are not level it throws the shooting off. Make sure your anchoring system is also square, ours is off just a bit, not enough to notice but we were so concerned about leveling we missed it. It takes at least 3 people to install backboard as it is very heavy to lift. We used a tall tool box to set backboard on while two strong men lifted up while standing on ladders, and another person on small step ladder pushed the bolts through to secure in the back. We are very happy with the system! It adjusts easily, and we are glad we bought the heavier system in that it withstands the pounding of the basketball without wobbling. Our son waited a very long time for his hoop and he played well into the night. The look on his face was well worth every penny!
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Tiffany on February 8, 2012
Size Name: 54-Inch
Bought this Goalrilla baksetball goal for my son for Christmas. The goal system has nice features, but there is so much pole flex you cannot shoot. The pole vibrates back and forth after each shot so much that it requires you wait at least a minute before the next shot. I sent pictures and videos of the basketball goal, showing the vibration issue, to Goalrilla Customer Service. Their Engineering Department reviewed my information and determined that I was experiencing normal pole flex. I could have gotten a much cheaper basketball system without the constant vibration.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mitch Rapp on May 29, 2013
Size Name: 72-Inch Verified Purchase
Just put this basket ball hoop up this spring. Very easy to assemble. It took 3 capable people to put the pole in place, mainly because it is awkward weight/length and 3 people to put the backboard on. If you follow the directions it goes on quite easily and is great quality.
Backboard is solid and staple no vibrations, pole is one piece and is solid as well. Overall the quality is outstanding and I couldn't be happier.
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