08-31-2011, 06:24 AM
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Review of Spalding 72354 Portable Basketball System
Spalding 72354 Portable Basketball System
out of 5
When you got mad b-ball skills, does it pay the bills? I don't know. If it doesn't, you have yourself a fun hobby, right? Sounds like it to me. Well... you're gonna need a hoop to play, yes cuz'!
See when you have to be ballin'. You have to be ballin' out right. You want a hoop that can spin out all the tricks. You need a hoop where you need to be a pro baller, son.
You need a hoop that can hit it right. One that can do the play.
You know it's always good to have the crew over. And you know that they don't wanna play on a busta' hoop.
Most hoops today, aren't worth a damn. You want a hoop that looks real nice sporting in your backyard. Nice and tall. At least 8 feet high. One that don't give or nothing.
It's like ya gotta have one that says, you. You want a hoop that's going to last. 'Cuz you know, you and your homies gonna wear a hoop, way down! Especially when you're playing prison rules.
You know you got to have fun these days. I think this system has what it takes. It's tight. Has everything a hoop system should have.
Holla for a sec, peep this; Spalding 72354 Portable Basketball System. Sounds tight, right? Let's see.
The Good: 48-inch polycarbonate backboard w/board pad.
Solid steel slam jam breakaway rim w/white all-weather net.
Pro glide lift provides height adjustment from 7.5' - 10' in 6-inch increments.
37 gallon base fills with water or sand for stability.
Five-year limited warranty.
Price $499.99. Looks real nice in your backyard.
The Bad: Has a flimsy backboard, cheap net.
Overall rating of this product. Including cost, performance, brand. "4.9."
Comparing to other units, this one's a good overall pick, son.
Review by professional reviewer
, Aug. 25, 2011