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FT235


$1100.99

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  • Official 42"x72" tempered glass backboard
  • Rim mount design eliminates goal-to-glass contact
  • Guaranteed to be unbreakable during play
  • Built-in goal leveling feature
  • Board is pre-drilled for FT72C TuffGuard backboard padding (goal and padding not included)
  • Cushioned " tempered glass
  • Regulation white border and shooters square fired into glass
  • Meets all NCAA and H.S. specifications
  • Lifetime Standard Warranty
  • Approx. Shipping Weight: 200 lbs

FT240


$1100.99

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  • Official 42"x72" tempered glass conversion backboard
  • Mounts directly to structures where fan-shaped boards previously existed
  • Unbreakable design like our popular FT235 board
  • Built-in goal leveling feature
  • Board is pre-drilled for FT72C TuffGuard backboard padding (goal
    and padding not included)
  • Cushioned " tempered glass
  • Regulation white border and shooters square fired into glass
  • Meets all NCAA and H.S. specifications
  • Lifetime Standard Warranty
  • Approx. Shipping Weight: 230 lbs

FT234


$999.99

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  • Official 42"x72" tempered glass backboard
  • Board is pre-drilled for FT72C TuffGuard backboard padding
    (goal and padding not included)
  • Cushioned " tempered glass
  • Regulation white border and shooters square fired into glass
  • Great for use for rough play is not expected
  • Meets all NCAA and H.S. specifications
  • 10-Year Limited Warranty
  • Approx. Shipping Weight: 190 lbs

FT239


$999.99

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  • Official 42"x72" tempered glass conversion backboard
  • Mounts directly to structures where fan-shaped boards previously existed
  • Board is pre-drilled for FT72C TuffGuard backboard padding (goal and padding not included)
  • Cushioned " tempered glass
  • Regulation white border and shooters square fired into glass
  • Great for use where rough play is not expected
  • Meets all NCAA and H.S. specifications
  • 10-Year Limited Warranty
  • Approx. Shipping Weight: 220lbs

 

FT236


$999.99

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  • Traditional 48"x72" competition glass backboard
  • Cushioned " tempered glass
  • Regulation white border and shooters square fired into glass
  • Meets all NCAA and H.S. specifications
  • 10-Year Limited Warranty
  • Approx. Shipping Weight: 210lbs
  • NOTE: Traditional 48"x72" backboards are still used in many
    high schools and colleges today. The FT236 should be
    purchased for replacement only. For new installations or
    complete gym conversions, First Team recommends the
    newer 42"x72" backboards because of the reduced risk of
    player injury due to contact with the board

 

FT241


$1199.99

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  • Traditional 48"x72" competition glass backboard
  • Mounts directly to structures where fan-shaped boards previously existed
  • Cushioned " tempered glass
  • Regulation white border and shooters square fired into glass
  • Meets all NCAA and H.S. specifications
  • 10-Year Limited Warranty
  • Approx. Shipping Weight: 230 lbs
  • NOTE: Traditional 48"x72" backboards are still used in many high schools and colleges today. The FT236 should be purchased for replacement only. For new installations or complete gym conversions, First Team recommends the newer 42"x72" backboards because of the reduced risk of player injury due to contact with the board

FT231


$849.99

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  • Down-sized 40"x54" tempered glass backboard
  • Same quality construction as our FT234 competition board
  • Cushioned " tempered glass
  • Heavy duty aluminum framework
  • White border and shooters square
  • Great for use anywhere regulation sized boards are not needed
  • 10-Year Limited Warranty
  • Approx. Shipping Weight: 150 lbs

FT233


$949.99

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  • Traditional fan-shaped 39"x54" competition glass backboard
  • Cushioned " tempered glass
  • Heavy duty aluminum framework
  • Regulation white border and shooters square fired into glass
  • Meets all NCAA and H.S. specifications
  • 10-Year Limited Warranty
  • Approx. Shipping Weight: 120 lbs

 

 

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game that started with 18 men in a YMCA gymnasium in Springfield, Mass., has grown into a game that more than 300 million people play worldwide. The man who created this instantly successful sport was Dr. James Naismith.

Under instructions from the head of Physical Education at the School for Christian Workers, Naismith was given 2 weeks to invent an indoor game that would provide an "athletic distraction" for a rowdy class through the brutal New England winter. His creation didn't come easily. His first intention was to bring outdoor games indoors such as soccer and lacrosse. These games proved to be too physical and cumbersome.

After brainstorming some new ideas, Naismith developed basketball's original 13 rules and consequently, the game of basketball. The new indoor game was played with a soccer ball, peach baskets and nine to a side. This first contest is believed to have been played Dec. 21, 1891.


The 13 original rules.

1. The ball can be thrown in any direction with one or both hands.
2. The ball can be batted in any direction with one or both hands, but never with the fist.
3. A player cannot run with the ball. The player must throw it from the spot on which he catches it.
4. The ball must be held in or between the hands. The arms or body must not be used for holding it.
5. No shouldering, holding, pushing, striking or tripping an opponent.
6. A foul is striking at the ball with the fist.
7. If a side makes three consecutive fouls it counts a goal for the opponents.
8. A goal shall be made when the ball is thrown or batted from the ground into the basket and stays there.
9. When the ball goes out of bounds, it shall be thrown into the field and played by the first person touching it.
10. The umpire shall be judge of the men and shall note the fouls and notify the referee when three consecutive fouls have been made.
11. The referee shall be the judge of the ball and decide when it is in play in bounds, to which side it belongs, and shall keep the time.
12. The time shall be two 15-minute halves with a five minute rest between.
13.The side scoring the most goals in that time shall be declared the winner.

In the history of basketball, the highest-rated college basketball game seen on U.S. television was the 1979 NCAA tournament championship game - Michigan State vs. Indiana State final that featured Magic Johnson and Larry Bird. This was one of the best-rated basketball games in basketball history.


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