CV60C Goalrilla Goal Review

The Goalrilla CV60 is the Premium selection in the Goalrilla 60” lineup. The Goalrilla CV60 features a 60”x’38” clear view tempered glass backboard,  6”x6” one-piece steel pole, and a 3’ overhang. Like all the Goalrilla systems, the CV60 is adjustable from 7.5’ to 10’ and has a tough baked on Powdercoat finish. The independent anchor system combined with the Goalrilla limited lifetime warranty make this a solid investment. WHAT TO LIKE   Independent Anchor System:  The Goalrilla CV60 features an independent anchor system. An independent anchor system allows you to take your investment with you if you move. The anchor system… Read more »


These two goals are both geared up with the features that have made Goalrilla the #1 residential basketball system in the world. They both come standard with: One piece 10’ steel post w/ welded gussets at the base Dupont powder coated paint & corrosion resistant hardware 3/8” tempered glass backboard w/ full parameter steel supported frame that includes a lifetime warranty Medium weight pro-style flex breakaway rim Welded board arms for maximum strength All steel actuator allowing adjustment of the rim from 7’1/2- 10’ Anchor bolt mounting system allowing owners to take their goal with them when they relocate  … Read more »

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The Goalrilla CV72 is the Premium selection in the Goalrilla 72” lineup. The Goalrilla CV72 features a 72”x’42” clear view tempered glass backboard,  6”x8” one piece steel pole, and a regulation 4’ overhang. Like all the Goalrilla systems, the CV72 is adjustable from 7.5’ to 10’ and has a tough, baked-on powdercoat finish. The independent anchor system combined with the Goalrilla limited lifetime warranty make this a solid investment. WHAT TO LIKE: Independent Anchor System:  The Goalrilla CV72 features an independent anchor system. An independent anchor system allows you to take your investment with you if you move. The anchor… Read more »

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There are two problems with pouring concrete in cold weather.  Concrete can freeze before it has a chance to  strengthen and concrete sets more slowly in cold weather.  This doesn’t necessarily mean you have to wait until spring before you can enjoy that Goalrilla Basketball Goal that Santa left under the tree.  If that were the case, you would have been better off with a lump of coal in your stocking.  At least coal could have been used  to heat up your home on those frosty nights. So what do we need to do to break that cabin fever and… Read more »

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With Black Friday quickly approaching, Basketballgoalstore.com has hard-to-beat deals on in ground, adjustable basketball goals. The best deals on are on the premium lineup starting with the Goalrilla CV72 regulation size goal. The Goalrilla CV72 features the clear view 72”x42” tempered glass backboard. The clear view styling gives more of a gymnasium look to the backboard. The Goalrilla CV72 uses the heavyweight flex rim that can handle 1000 lbs. of torque. All this is supported by a 6×8 one-piece 9 gauge steel pole with a 4′ overhang Like all the CV models, this goal will come fully equipped with a Universal pole… Read more »

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Goalrilla Goals, GS60c, GSIII, CV54, CV60, CV72 on sale for Black Friday

See the 2018 Black Friday Deals Black Friday Sale If you had plans to buy a Goalrilla goal this summer and just never seemed to get around to it, never fear: you’ve got another chance! And this time, the prices are unbeatable! We all are familiar with the amazing deals that companies offer for Black Friday, and at BasketballGoalStore.com, we are having a Goalrilla blowout like no other! If you have been shopping Goalrilla goals, you are probably know about our everyday unbeatable low prices and overstock pricing on the Goalrilla systems. We are the largest Goalrilla retailer in the country… Read more »



Amidst the excitement of purchasing a Goalrilla basketball goal, the overhang is something the customer may not think about. Overhang is the distance between the front of the post and the front of the backboard.  All Goalrilla goals have an overhang  of 2 1/2’ to 4’.  Typically, the deeper the overhang, the better, as the post is pushed back and removed from the playing area. The shorter the overhang, the more likely players are to run into the post during play. The heavy duty steel post on a Goalrilla doesn’t care if you’re the next Michael Jordan or a parent showing off… Read more »


The Goalrilla CV54 is the Premium selection in the Goalrilla 54” lineup. The Goalrilla CV54 features a 54”x’38” clear view tempered glass backboard, 5”x5” one-piece steel pole and a 3’ overhang. Like all the Goalrilla systems, the CV54 is adjustable from 7.5’ to 10’ and has a tough, baked-on powdercoat finish. The independent anchor system combined with the Goalrilla limited lifetime warranty make this a solid investment. WHAT TO LIKE: Independent Anchor System: The Goalrilla CV54 features an independent anchor system. An independent anchor system allows you to take your investment with you if you move. The anchor system has… Read more »

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  The Goalrilla GS-III and the GS54c are two variations in the Goalrilla line of 54” wide backboards. If you are looking to compare these basketball goals then you have probably come to the conclusion that you are in the market for a 54” backboard.If that’s the case then you actually have 4 total options to choose from. The other two goals that come in this size are the GS54 and the CV54 – with the CV54 (clear view) being the premium of the whole group. With Goalrilla being the quality manufacturer that they are, all basketball goals you will find… Read more »

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  BasketballGoalStore:  Shopping Made Simple Why Buy from BasketballGoalStore VS. a Box Store? While shopping for a Goalrilla goal, the BasketballGoalStore offers its customers three key differentiators: savings, convenience and variety. Savings As the largest Goalrilla dealer in the country, the buying power of the Basketball Goal Store allows us to offer lower pricing than your big box store.  If you were to purchase a Goalrilla goal at a big box store, you would be paying a considerable amount more than you would through the Basketball Goal Store.  If you are purchasing outside the state of Indiana, you will not… Read more »


If you have an up and coming basketball star or just want to shoot a few hoops in the driveway, choosing the correct basketball system is important.  You want to choose a system that is going to last, gives you the performance you expect, and looks good at the same time. There are numerous things to consider when making this decision. The type of backboard that you choose is one of the most important. For those of you looking at a higher end basketball hoop, you may have noticed a couple of different choices: acrylic and tempered glass. You may… Read more »


The DC72E1 basketball system will be the best and last goal you will ever have to buy. With professional style features from top to bottom, this goal is designed to withstand the roughest of play. This goal is the flagship of the Goalrilla lineup, boasting the best that Goalrilla has to offer. The only basketball goal with the new Direct Connect Technology In ground, adjustable high-end basketball goal Regulation size, for high school and college play NCAA backboard pad, premium pole pad Rock Solid, Independent anchor mounting system DUPONT® Powder coat painted 1/2’ tempered glass clear view backboard Premium actuator,… Read more »


Using the Goalrilla G Trainer, this basketball drill is going to work from the close range to the three point range. Warming up is something that many players skip over and many coaches do not emphasize enough during a practice session. With this drill, players can run the drill at their own pace and can focus on all shooting ranges. In addition, this drill allows players to focus on repetition, which will help build muscle memory that will lead to higher scoring percentages during games. Overall, the G Trainer will allow players to focus more time on practicing and less… Read more »

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Using the Goalrilla G Trainer, this drill is going to work a half court exercise with an open layup to the basketball hoop. The G Trainer should be set up at about half court, facing the basketball goal that the layup will be completed on. The offensive player will dribble towards the Goalrilla G Trainer, deliver a chest pass and will immediately flash around and drive towards the basketball hoop without the ball. They will work on receiving the over the shoulder pass and catching the ball a few feet away from the basketball goal and will complete an open… Read more »

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The Goalrilla G Trainer is a dual-sided piece of equipment that allows you to perform plenty of basketball training drills, such as the wing-to-corner flare jump shot. This technique involves passing the ball to another player (the Goalrilla G trainer in this case) and then transitioning to the basketball hook. It is a move performed by many top NBA players and allows you to improve your overall scoring ability. This basketball drill is actually very easy to perform. The most important thing is to set your Goalrilla trainer properly, which means in position 4 (a 30-degree angle). It’s best to… Read more »

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Using the Goalrilla G Trainer, this basketball drill is going to work on the over head delivery pass, as well as the catch and pop mid range and three point range jump shot. The Goalrilla G Trainer will be set up directly below the basketball hoop and will face either the left or right corner wing. The player will begin at the wing and will be set up about 10 feet away (just behind the three point line) to deliver the entry pass. To perform this drill effectively, the G Trainer should be set up at a steep angle. This… Read more »

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Using the Goalrilla G Trainer, two players are going to work to execute this basketball drill. The Goalrilla G Trainer will be set up at half court with both players starting under the basketball hoop. The first player will dribble towards the G Trainer and upon reaching the free throw line, will deliver a chest pass. Once catching the chest pass, the player will make a quick jab step and will dribble towards the basketball goal for a layup. After the first player catches the chest pass and makes the move towards the basketball hoop for the layup, the second… Read more »

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This basketball drill, which incorporates the Goalrilla G Trainer, is going to focus on a quick flare pass, v-cut step and creating an open space for a mid range jump shot. The Goalrilla G Trainer will be positioned at the top of the key (facing either wing of the court). Players will begin on either block (below the basketball hoop) and will dribble up the free throw lane, towards the G Trainer. Once they reach the Goalrilla G Trainer, a quick chest pass will be delivered and players will make a small v-cut movement out away from the G Trainer.… Read more »

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In this drill, the Goalrilla G Trainer is going to be positioned at the top of the free throw line and angled so it is facing the wing. Players will start positioned at the baseline (on the same side as the Goalrilla G Trainer is facing) and will dribble up the side of the key. Upon reaching the G Trainer, players will deliver a quick flair pass and will quickly sweep outside towards the three point line. Upon receiving the pass off of the G Trainer, players will quickly stop and pop up for the open three point jump shot.… Read more »

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