Installation of a Pro Dunk® Platinum basketball goal system by an experienced professional assembly crew. It shows the two step process staring with the pier installation followed by assembly of the basketball goal on the cured pier. Tips and explanation is given throughout by the experts at http://www.produnkhoops.com.View video page »
Learn more about the industry's best warranty. Ryan, a basketball goal product specialist here at Pro Dunk Hoops will go over some of the details that make our warranty so incredible including bumper to bumper coverage for as long as you own the basketball goal.
Learn more about the industry's most rigid basketball pole. The Pro Dunk® Silver basketball goal has an over-sized 5 inch square pole that uses a 7ga thick structural steel for unmatched stability. Eight gussets attach the pole to a heavy base plate that bolts to a concrete pier using four high-strength J-bolts. Learn more from the industry's leading expert, Ryan Tate in this great feature video.
Get a quick overview of the Pro Dunk Silver basketball goal. Ryan, a basketball goal product specialist, will go over everything from specifications, best use scenarios to delivery and installation. If you're getting started on your search for the perfect outdoor, in-ground, adjustable basketball goal for your home driveway, this is a the perfect video for you.
Ryan, a product specialist at Pro Dunk Hoops, talks about the different features on the Pro Dunk® Silver's backboard. He also covers design choices made on the basketball goal and how the rim mounts through the glass allowing for dunking and hanging without risking damage to the backboard. If you're researching 54 inch backboard systems, this is a great video to watch.
We get a lot of questions about the shipping process so we put together this video to address questions such as, "when should I expect my delivery?" We'll go over details such as tracking numbers, what kind of shipping company we use, lift-gate service, curb-side delivery and how to check for shipping damage. Anything you want to know about shipping should be right here in this video. It's a must watch for anybody expecting a Pro Dunk® basketball goal soon.
Safety is paramount at Pro Dunk Hoops. Ryan, a basketball goal product specialist here at Pro Dunk Hoops, goes over several of the safety features included with each of our Pro Dunk® basketball goals including break-away rim, safety padding, large overhang and safety glass. If you're concerned about your child's safety with your new basketball goal, this is a great video to watch.
Ryan, a basketball goal product specialist at Pro Dunk Hoops, goes over the Rust Armor™ packing including stainless steel fasteners, zinc galvanization coating and the extended warranty. This video is a must watch for anybody researching outdoor basketball goals.
Learn about the design of our regulation-sized tempered glass backboard. Details will include dimensions, as well as how the glass and rim are mounted to the backboard. Different materials such as acrylic and thinner 3/8 inch glass will be compared. If you're doing research to find the best 72 inch outdoor basketball system available, this is a great video to learn more about the backboard from one of the industry's experts, Ryan Tate.
It's easy to make claims that you're the best and that's why we like to show it, no say it. Ryan, a basketball goal product specialist here at Pro Dunk Hoops will go over what makes Pro Dunk® systems superior with hard numbers, not fluffy marketing speak. If you're ready to get down to the brass tacks and learn what really makes a superior basketball goal, this is the video for you.
Learn everything you need to know about the Pro Dunk® Platinum's main pole including details such as size, thickness, corrosion protection, mounting and more. If you're really digging into the details of any basketball goal, the main pole is a great place to start. Let Ryan, a basketball pole specialist guide you through the important aspects of the Pro Dunk® Platinum's pole in this great feature video.
Ryan Tate, a basketball goal product specialist at Pro Dunk Hoops, does a brief overview of the Pro Dunk Platinum basketball goal going over features such as the backboard, height adjustment and performance. He also goes over delivery and installation to help you plan for your new basketball goal. If you're getting started in your search for the perfect in-ground, adjustable basketball goal, this video is great place to start. The Pro Dunk Platinum is perfect larger driveway, dedicated backyard courts and even institutional applications such as parks and playgrounds. It has a regulation-sized tempered glass backboard for the ultimate in performance and can effortlessly adjusted all the way down 5' 6". If you have any questions, don't hesitate to give one our basketball goal experts a call today!
Ryan, a product specialist at Pro Dunk Hoops, goes over everything involved with installation of your new Pro Dunk® basketball goal. you'll learn how to hire a professional and how much that costs on average. you'll also learn a lot about the whole installation process itself with tips and tricks if you decide to do a self-installation. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to give us a call. We keep an installation expert on staff to help with any specific questions you might have. If you're trying to determine how big of a project installing an in-ground basketball goal is, this is a great video to get you started. We also highly recommend taking a look at our full installation video showing the process from start to finish.
Learn everything you need to know about adjustable basketball goals in this video. Ryan, a height-adjustable basketball goal product specialist will guide you through Pro Dunk®'s height adjustment features including the crank or actuator, lift-assist mechanism and more. If you're in the market for a adjustable basketball goal, this is a must watch video.
Learn more about the Pro Dunk® Gold's main pole. Ryan Tate, a basketball pole specialist, will go over the main features of the pole including size, thickness, corrosion protection and how it's mounted to the concrete pier. You'll learn about installation features as well including leveling and squaring. If you're researching 60 inch outdoor basketball goals, this is a great video to help you compare the different pole systems that are out there.
Ryan Tate, a basketball goal product specialist at Pro Dunk Hoops, guides you through the high points on the Pro Dunk® basketball goal system including the backboard, adjustment, performance, delivery and installation. You'll gain knowledge to help you determine which basketball goal is the best fit for your playing area and players as well has helpful tips on self-installation or hiring an assembly professional. If you're interested in a premium 60 inch in-ground, adjustable basketball goal, this is a must watch video.
Learn more about the Pro Dunk® Gold backboard including size, thickness, framing and how the rim is mounted. Ryan, a backboard product specialist at Pro Dunk Hoops will guide you through what you need to know when looking at 60 inch backboards. He'll go over the different backboard materials you'll see such as acrylic, 3/8 inch tempered glass and 1/2 inch tempered glass. This is a must watch video for anybody researching basketball goals with 60 inch backboards.
Basketball pole system specialist Ryan Tate delves into the details of the Pro Dunk® Diamond's massive 12" x 8" rectangular pole. He talks about the Rust Armor™, gauge thickness, rigidity, J-bolts and installation adjustment you have. This is a great video if you're interested in finding out more about the stability of a basketball goal including how much shake you'll see and rigidity.
Basketball goal product specialist Ryan Tate goes over the highlights of the Pro Dunk® Diamond basketball system including features such as the backboard, pole, overhang, delivery and installation. If you're considering a high-end basketball goal for your home or institution, this is a must watch video.
Many customers are worried about how a new Pro Dunk basketball goal will look on their driveway. This video goes goes over the design choices made on the Pro Dunk basketball goal that help it blend into residential surroundings.
Ryan will go over things such as the unobtrusive clear backboard, powder-coated black support structure that blends in nicely and available Rust Armor™ which ensures you will not have a rusty heap of metal in your driveway.
Mr. Basketball from http://www.produnkhoops.com goes over several review concerning the stability of the Pro Dunk® basketball goal including one from a mechanical engineer.
In short, the bouncing while adjusting and shaking of the backboard have all been alleviated with major upgrades to pole size and gusset support at the base of the pole. All Pro Dunk basketball goals have best in class Rigidity Index™ scores.
Mr. Basketball from http://www.produnkhoops.com goes over some of the packing changes made to the Pro Dunk® basketball systems based on feedback received from customers. Specifically, the rebar that is used to steel-reinforce the pier is now packaged separately eliminating any scratching done to the basketball pole, extension arm and padding.
Mr. Basketball from http://www.produnkhoops.com addresses a review concerning the speed at which the Pro Dunk® basketball goal adjusts.
In short, the engineers at Pro Dunk Hoops believe that they have achieved a perfect balance between speed of adjustment and ease of adjustment. The gear ratio allows a 6-year-old child to effortlessly adjust the basketball goal from the lowest height to a regulation 10 feet in under 60 seconds!
Installation of a Pro Dunk® Platinum basketball goal system by an experienced professional assembly crew. It shows the two step process staring with the pier installation followed by assembly of the basketball goal on the cured pier. Tips and explanation is given throughout by the experts at http://www.produnkhoops.com.
Georgia's top basketball goal source with adjustable, fixed-height and roof-mount basketball hoops perfect for all outdoor applications. Follow Mr. Basketball, a product specialist at Pro Dunk Hoops for more information about Pro Dunk Hoops and the professional installation services available in the Georgia area.
Whether you're in Dallas or Ft. Worth, Texas, we have the outdoor basketball goal for you. In this video you'll discover a little more about Pro Dunk Hoops as well as the basketball systems and professional assembly services available in the DFW, TX area.
Ryan, from http://www.produnkhoops.com takes you through everything you need to know before choosing a location for your new basketball goal. He'll talk about overhang and how to get the most out of your basketball court.
Welcome basketball fans. My name is Ryan with Pro Dunk Hoops. Today were going to be talking about how far from your driveway you should install your new basketball goal. I get this question on the phone pretty often so I thought I'd put together this short segment to kind of explain how to get the most out of your playing area. I've got some great diagrams to put up on the white board so, let's get started.
So, to answer our question, we're going to have to learn a little bit about what overhang is. And it's actually defined as the distance from the front of the pole to the front of the backboard here. And it's important because a lot of play actually goes on underneath the backboard or behind the backboard here. For example if you're going to be running in for lay-ups or boxing out for rebounds you're going to be in this area, playing quite a bit. Another thing is the basketball is not always going to land right underneath the basket so sometimes it'll come in from and angle like this and land right there. So you're going to want your playing area. So, let's say this is your playing area. You really want it just as close as possible to where your pole is going to be installed so you can take full advantage of the basketball goal's overhang. Now having said that, if you've got a shallowing playing area, so out here you do't have too much room and you want to get in a free-throw line or a three-point line or something like that you can actually pull that pole off of your playing area a little bit and get more area in front of the backboard instead of behind the backboard. Having said that you don't want, you want the backboard hanging over at least two feet. Otherwise you're going to run into a lot of problems with the ball hitting the grass and going and doing that. So, in summary, you're really going to want your pole just as close to the playing area as possible unless you have a very shallow playing area.
So, that's all of the information I've got for you today. I hope this is going to help you maximize your playing area and thanks for watching and remember better basketball goals, better prices, produnkhoops.com.