The Spalding 66355 features a 50" steel framed acrylic backboard with authentic style board pads. The ExactaHeight lift system adjusts rim height from 7.5' to 10' in 6" increments. The system features a 2-wheel, 34-gallon base that can be filled with sand or water to provide maximum stability and safety. The front cover of the system also acts as a rebounder during play. The system also has a 3 piece, 3.5" round pole set at a 20 degree angle from the base.
Designed to sit in a driveway, backyard, or any other open space, the Spalding 50-inch portable basketball system will turn your paved landscape into a jump-shooting haven. The system starts with a 50-inch acrylic backboard with a heavy-duty steel frame. The board offers the same look and feel as pro-style glass backboards, helping you shoot layups and bank shots with confidence. The Pro Slam breakaway rim, meanwhile, holds up well against the force of emphatic dunks--a must for modern hoops. And hops-challenged players will love the hoop's ExactaHeight lift system, which lets you adjust the height from 7.5 to 10 feet in 6-inch increments. Other features include a two-wheel, 34-gallon base that fills with sand or water for maximum stability and safety; a front cover that acts as a built-in rebounder during play; and a three-piece, 3.5-inch-diameter round pole.
Founded in 1876 by Hall of Fame pitcher Albert G. Spalding, Spalding is one of the oldest and best-known sporting goods brands in the world, and is a leading producer and marketer of basketballs, volleyballs, footballs, softballs (Dudley brand), and soccer balls. Spalding is the official game ball provider of the National Basketball Association, the Major Indoor Soccer League, and more than 200 college and university programs. Spalding is also the official basketball equipment supplier to the NCAA Final Four. Based in Springfield, Massachusetts, Spalding is owned by Russell Corp.