Pro Dunk Platinum behind the house

Frank has made good use of the hardscape patio area behind his house. The hill behind the basketball system also makes a great ball return. This is a great example of what can be done by getting some ground work down. Frank has take a completely useless hill and turned it into a basketball court.

Looking down on the Pro Dunk Platinum basketball goal and backyard court from a hill.

The hill behind the basketball system acts as a superb rebounder ensuring you never have to run after basketballs and the pavers are a genius way to extend the playing area at a low cost and effort.

The Pro Dunk Platinum basketball hoop seemingly sits in the valley of basketball surrounded by hills and trees.

Backyard hardscape doubles as a basketball court.

Pavers add a runway about the width of the key (12 feet) underneath the backboard giving players room run underneath without running in the grass.

This shot is taken from the second story of the house to a court with a grass covered hill behind it.
More information about Frank's Photos
Court Width 32 Feet
Court Depth 32 Feet
Product Pro Dunk Platinum Basketball System
Order Date February 2012
Customer Frank L
Location Bethesda, ME
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