The Pro Dunk Gold basketball system fits perfectly in this awesome backyard hardscape complete with court surfacing and striping.
One note when installing into a retaining wall like Paul has done, make sure the pole is completely encased in concrete. Do not install it such that the dirt is in contact with the steel as this could cause corrosion issues in the future. Also, note that on most systems, you cannot sink the pole more than about two feet as the adjustment handle will hit the ground. Lastly, the Pro Dunk systems are good systems for retaining wall applications because they can be adjusted down. Theoretically the Gold model could be installed five feet above the court surface and still be lowered to a regulation ten foot rim height.
The ultimate backyard court for any child
Paul has taken a relatively useless backyard and turned it into any child's dream backyard.
A unique perspective on these basketball courts. The view from above helps visualize the playing area almost like a diagram. Often these photos are taken from a balcony, elevated porch or the second story of the customer's home.Backyard
Get great ideas for your backyard basketball court by browsing these awesome photos submitted by our customers.Concrete Slab
Great photos of dedicated concrete pads as basketball courts including fancy surfaced courts, barebones courts and everything in-between.Half Court
Wonderful pictures of basketball half-courts submitted by our customers and one of the largest categories of photo albums we have.Retaining Wall
Get basketball court design ideas that include retention walls by browsing these great photos.Striped
Basketball courts that have the key, three-point line and and other lines striped.Surfacing
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