|Estimated Shipping Weight||960 lbs||375 lbs|
|Pole Sizes||5 1/2″ Inner, 6″ Outer||5 1/2″|
|Rim Height||4.5′ to 10′ with Hydraulics||10′|
|Overall Height||6′ 6″ (Lowered) 12′-3/4″ (Raised)||12′-3/4″|
|48″ x 32″||48″ x 32″|
|Padded Base Size||59″ Diameter x 14 1/4″ Height||–|
|Total Stored Size||59″ (D) x 9′-3/4″ (H)||–|
Why 360 Hoops?
Use 360 Hoops for 3on3 (or even 3on3on3!) games, set up shooting stations in 1/3 the space, for players of all ability levels.
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It's got a lot of versatility in how you can use it , for camps, free throw shooting in practice, and many other ways. But overall it's fun and kids enjoy playing on it.
Joe Wootten, Athletic Director and Head Basketball Coach
When I was a kid we used to make up our own games. I loved the way the game of 360 Hoops was created by kids to have fun.
Coach Stan Van Gundy, Head Basketball Coach
I enjoyed watching the players get winded and seeing the fundamentals really come into play during this fast paced and exciting game.
Coach Kenny Blakeney, Head Men's Basketball Coach
This could be a way to get the kids involved. Put the baskets down to 7 feet, great way to introduce them to the sport.
Coach Brendan Suhr, Former NBA Assistant Basketball Coach
I think the future for 360 Hoops is very bright. It's really unlimited and to be able to bring something fresh, something new to not only this community, but to the world.
Ontavius McCullogh, Owner
22 of our schools have had a chance to try this. We haven't heard any negative feedback from anyone. The feedback I have received has been that it's great, new and unique. I would encourage any school district to look into adding this innovative program to your physical education curriculum, team sports, and even recess for elementary kids. They love it.
Chris Poynter, District Athletic Director
It develops young kids to transfer into the 5v5 leagues.
Coach John Mahoney, Former College Assistant Coach
Gives kids more repetitions and faster paced alternative play. With so many competitive, skill-building variations on game types, 360 Hoops is an invaluable tool to take your game to the next level.
Coach John Coffino, Former Assistant Basketball Coach
The games go by very quick. You can have a 20 team tournament end within 3 1/2 hours.
Geoff Nelson, Coordinator of Sports