Rumors are flying all around the NBA about players being traded and deals being just a handshake away as the deadline for trades approaches.
Even though fans get either elated or irritated with all the trades and deals, it’s a fact that basketball players change teams a lot. Careers and popularity rise and fall – it’s really part of the game, isn’t it?
What doesn’t change is the quality question. You know – teams trying to get the best players that will fit into the team and move it toward a championship.
Just like quality players are a necessity for NBA teams, quality basketball goals are a necessity for the up-and-coming basketball stars of tomorrow. Dream big – play big.
If the basketball player at your house is serious about the game, don’t you think the practice equipment needs to be serious, too?
That’s why we offer Goalrilla Goals here at the Basketball Goal Store. Here are some of the features that make Goalrilla Goals the best choice for residential practice courts:
- ASTM certified for safety
- One piece, full-length pole
- Welded tube steel frame backboard and welded, not bent, board arms
- Adjusts from 7.5-feet to 10-feet to grow with the family
- Anchoring system that allows you to take it with you if you move
It’s that quality question here, too.
When you give your player a basketball hoop system that meets NBA, NCAA and NFHS regulations AND meets ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) safety standards it’s the difference between providing him with a computer instead of a typewriter to do his homework.
Tools and equipment are important, especially when you want to see skill develop – and keep up with the competition. Practicing on a regulation size basketball goal that adjusts to the proper height for the player means good technique can be taught at an earlier age.
Not only that, but the quality construction and glass backboards provide the response from the ball that professionals learn to expect in their basketball play – it’s the “feel.”
John Wooden said, “Success comes from knowing that you did your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming.”
If you want the best so your rising star can become his best, visit us at the Basketball Goal Store. We can answer your questions.
-Pat of the Basketball Goal Store Blog Team