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Congratulations! You've finally decided you need a basketball stand to make your suburban dream home complete! But there are a lot of options out there.
How should you choose? One of the most important things you need to consider is what size basketball stand you will need for your new basketball court. Rebounds range from 48" to 72" wide, but for regular game considerations we recommend choosing a rebound no smaller than 54". Anything smaller than this size will simply not allow the player to shoot at an angle!
This passage is going to talk about the followings of basketball stand:
(1) Types of basketball stands and selection
(2) Play like an expert
(3) Rebound glass is also important
Basketball sports equipment. It includes basketball boards and basketball pillars, erected in the center of the basketball court at both ends. There are hydraulic, mobile, fixed, hanging, petrel, cannon, etc. used. Regardless of which form of basketball frame is used, it must ensure that there is sufficient strength and stiffness, not due to basketball slamming the basket after a relatively large vibration and deformation, thus affecting the standard height and position of the horizontal surface of the basketball stand.
The quality of the basketball stand must be very good, the model is divided into: concave box mobile, buried fixed type, electric hydraulic type.
Whether the main use of the venue is for basketball games or training, whether the basketball stand needs to be moved regularly.
If you choose to hang basketball rack, the column must be hung for the main load-bearing structure of the indoor building, the general frame wall cannot withstand the hanging basketball rack. Especially when it comes to official games with dunking situations.
All of these important decisions will usually be based on the size of the playing area. The closer you get to having a full-size 72-inch-wide rim, the more realistic and professional playing opportunities you will have. If you practice layups at home from a 54" rim on a cap, and then switch to a 72" rim for a game, this could seriously affect your shot! You will not be able to practice various shooting styles on that standard size rim.
Some other basketball goals with short-stick systems suggest that you should choose your rim size based on the size of the playing area. The reason for this recommendation is important! This is because they can have an overhang of up to 5 feet for advanced basketball goals! If lowered to anywhere below 8' in some cases, it will be nearly impossible to get the car over the basketball goal. This is one of the many reasons why the overhang is no more than 4' and the basket is to be posted, and one of the many reasons why no goal can be lowered above 7.5'.
Look for a 54" or 60" size board with 3/8" thick glass and a 72" board with 1/2" glass for gym correct rebound. 3/8" on a 54" or 60" backboard glass provides the same rebound as a standard 72" backboard made of 1/2" glass, but has the advantage of being lighter in weight, making it easier to adjust the rim height for your small children.
Skill level also plays a role in the choice of rebound size. Since high schools and colleges use a standard 72-inch backboard, many people prefer to purchase this size to accurately reproduce actual playing conditions.
You want the absolute largest basketball rim that you can fit within your budget. The bigger your rim, the more you will feel the NBA quality of your basketball stand, because you will actually be able to sink those corners far banks!