Well the 2011 NBA championship has been decided – and I would think that Mike Bibby is one really disappointed guy.
As you might recall, Bibby gave up a $6.2 million dollar paycheck to play for free agent wages with the Miami Heat. General consensus was that this player was on the backside of his career and wanted to “win the big one.” Well, sometimes you take a chance and it works out just how you hope it would.
Other times, well, not so much – like for Bibby and the Heat this year.
It really isn’t worth the chance – go with a Goalrilla Goal
Here at the Basketball Goal Store we know that there are times when families opt for a competitors’ brand of basketball goal. We know because we hear about it when it doesn’t work out so well and they call us for a replacement.
The Goalrilla Goal Basketball system is one that will work out well – in fact, it’ll last a lifetime! There’s no settling, no compromise. Families with kids of all ages can use it because it adjusts from 7.5- to 10-feet with the easy turn of the actuator crank.
Because families tend to move to larger digs as the family grows, one of the best features is the unique anchor system that allows you to take the Goalrilla Goal with you when you move. There is no digging up or backfilling a dangerous hole. You simply remove the nuts and take it off. A new anchoring system can be purchased and installed at the new home and viola! Your family is back on the court dribbling and shooting well after dark falls – just like home!
Not only are we excited to offer the Goalrilla Goal product, we are the No. 1 online retailer so we buy in volume. Our purchasing power allows you the very best pricing possible.
Carefully compare the basketball goals you see at the local retail big-box stores with what you see at the Basketball Goal Store. It won’t take long before you recognize the quality in the product we carry – and can immediately ship (for free!!) to you.
Quality, savings, service – for a lifetime!
Why spend time looking at all the rest when you can visit us and get the best?
-Pat of the Basketball Goal Store Blog Team