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Old 08-04-2009, 07:28 PM   #1
Keith Richardson
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Portable wallball target

I'm looking at an adjustable basketball net ( sans net) as a wallball target
Either a true portable or one of the moveable in ground units
Anyone ?
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Old 08-05-2009, 02:16 AM   #2
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Re: Portable wallball target

That's what I use. Mine is a portable one that's adjustable from 7.5' to 10' rim height. It works OK. Of course not as good as an actual wall but it's an acceptable solution. Most of these units are not going to be sturdy enough to give you much of a rebound and they also don't have much backboard next to the rim to aim at (if that makes sense) so accuracy becomes a big factor.

I got mine at Costco and the brand is Reebok but I believe that the actual Manufacturer is "Lifetime". Send me a PM if you have any specific questions.
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