GSIII

B3300W
4.71 / 5
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$1,499.99
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The perfect Goalrilla for the smaller backyard basketball court.

It's one of our compact Goalrilla basketball hoops, but it's big on Goalrilla-tough features. Every Goalrilla is built to...

It's one of our compact Goalrilla basketball hoops, but it's big on Goalrilla-tough features. Every Goalrilla is built to bring safety, durability and arena-quality play to the backyard basketball court. The GSIII delivers with a rock-solid, one-piece 5" x 5" steel pole that supports a 54" x 38" tempered glass backboard. This combination delivers the rebound characteristics found in pro, college and high school arena units. And the GSIII's powder coated finish and corrosion resistant hardware will protect it from the elements so it remains showroom new. Every single Goalrilla unit is built to last and built to play.

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Features

  • 54" x 38" backboard
  • 5" x 5" 1Pc. pole size
  • 3/8" thick tempered glass backboard
  • 3' overhang
  • Dupont® powder coated UV and corrosion resistant

System includes

Pre-assembled Pro-style flex rim

Protects player under aggressive play.

Anchor bolt mounting system

Allows for easy leveling.

If you move to a new home, your system can move with you.

Includes rebar steel rods to strengthen concrete.

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100% of reviewers recommend this product.
4 / 5
June 10, 2013
Here's the deal
justin
From Wake Forest, NC, USA
OK. this review is from an average joe backyard court that I had poured. I bought the GSIII for 899.00 back during Christmas 2012. First thing that was the biggest task was digging the hole. YES, I did it with a post hole digger 48 inches deep, 16 inches wide and mushroomed it out at the bottom just like the instructions tell you to do. The re-bar they send in the box to me was not enough. I went to Lowes and got more 1/2 inch re-bar and put it down in the hole. The more concrete can grab a hold to the better off your goal will be from working itself loose in the ground. I made sure that the anchor plate was absolutely level, I did not want to move any of the adjustable nuts on the anchor plate to level the goal post. The more you have the goal bottomed out at the base on the plate the better off your goal is from moving when shooting. I let the anchor plate dry for one week before setting the post up. My post was absolutely level and I did not have to move any of the 4 corner nuts on the anchor plate to make it level. Also, I did not want to have a big overhang over the concrete pad because I wanted to maximizes the playing area. So, I moved my hole back 19 inches from the edge of the court. NOW, with all that being said, YES the goal still has vibration when shooting, but you must understand this too, this is far superior to any other goal out there. This is not a NBA goal nor court. The 5x5 post is a must and the glass backboard is a winner. I do have some play in the rim before the spring is active on the inside but its ok. We love this goal and play on it everyday. Spend the extra and get the 5x5 post or the 6x6 post.
Yes, I recommend this product
Improves my game
4 / 5
Quality
5 / 5
Value
5 / 5
5 / 5
June 10, 2013
This product was installed well
thejollies
We really love our Goalrilla hoop. We have had goals in the past that were terrible and would start leaning after a while. This product looks nice and we get a lot of use out of it! Thanks so much for making a great product.
Yes, I recommend this product
Improves my game
5 / 5
Quality
5 / 5
Value
5 / 5
5 / 5
May 10, 2013
Excellent construction will last a long time
KUBR
From Chicago, IL, USA
While expensive, you get what you pay for. (I think that as I watch my neighbors inferior hoops slowly deteriorate in the weather.) Over the past 3 years no issues at all. We have been slowly raising the hoop as the kids grow and learn the fundamentals. They now enjoy lowering the hoop for a few 'trick' shots and moves with their friends. Overall very satisfied with the quality of the product. While it took some time to install, it was not difficult and is VERY solid.
Improves my game
4 / 5
Quality
5 / 5
Value
4 / 5
4 / 5
May 9, 2013
Sturdy and able to withstand dunks.
Hawkeye33
From Burlington, VT, USA
Does not rust - looks great after 3 years - very heavy duty - worth the price!
Yes, I recommend this product
Improves my game
5 / 5
Quality
5 / 5
Value
4 / 5
5 / 5
May 8, 2013
Legit hoop!
Baron
From FL
This is my second goalrilla hoop and it does not disappoint. This is a quality hoop and Goalrilla stands behind their products. I use this in a half court slab in the back yard and I couldn't ask for more. The mechanism that raises and lowers the hoop failed after like 15 years on my first hoop and Goalrilla replaced my entire set up with the GSIII under warranty. No charge for shipping or anything. I've a very happy camper!
Yes, I recommend this product
Improves my game
4 / 5
Quality
5 / 5
Value
5 / 5
5 / 5
May 7, 2013
A great goal
Dustin24
From Laurel, MS, USA
This is one of the best goals I've ever seen. I've had it for about 2 years and its just like brand new. If your going to buy a goal get a Goalrilla u won't regret it.
Yes, I recommend this product
Improves my game
5 / 5
Quality
5 / 5
Value
5 / 5
5 / 5
May 7, 2013
The best investment for my driveway!
Wetstuff
From Central Florida
I have 3 kids- ages 15, 13, and 10- and all very into their different athletics, including basketball. I also played basketball in high school, so naturally it is something that we all enjoy doing together. We recently purchased what I hope is the last home that I'll ever move into, and it needed a quality basketball hoop (the last one was a cheap portable unit and was demolished in a hurricane). I plan on whooping my kids on this hoop until they leave this house, and hope to someday teach the grandkids how to shoot properly on the same unit- so I shopped around for a hoop with the best warranty, construction, and reviews. I found it with Goalrilla. The answered all of my questions and concerns in one phone call. We're a middle class family and I always considered these units to be over-the-top, but now that it's up and we can feel the difference, I know it was exactly the right choice. The installation wasn't too bad- the concrete work took longer than the kids expected, as we couldn't dig as deep as the instructions wanted (hit water only 2.5' down), so we had to expand to the sides- we ended up putting 25 of the 80 lb bags of concrete into the ground (best idea was to rent an electric mixer), along with a maze of re-bar (no hurricane is going to take this one down). We patiently and accurately painted the official markings on the court as the concrete dried (few days), and then the assembly was a breeze (stand on a truck's tailgate was the key). The hoop comes with a lifetime warranty, so I registered it under my 10 year old's name (Goalrilla probably won't like that note). This thing is awesome, and draws all of our friends over to play on it (mine too)- we love it, and the kids feel an attachment to it after all the hard work we put into installing it. It may have been more money than another portable unit from a big box store, but it's feel and stance can't be touched. It was a great investment. And someday my ten year old can unbolt it and take it to his house, when they put me in a nursing home.
Yes, I recommend this product
Improves my game
4 / 5
Quality
5 / 5
Value
5 / 5
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