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When evaluating a wall mount basketball system the main dimension information necessary to select a system is the distance from the baseline of the court to the mounting wall plus 4'. Most wall mount systems offered by manufacturers are cut to order so this measurement is crucial in selecting a wall mount system.
Some boards are specifically designed as wall mount basketball hoops while others can easily mount to walls, ceilings or polls at your at-home court. Features like wrap-around bracing and double-compression springs bring extra resiliency and strength. Find basketball backboards that fit your court, ranging in size from 54-inches to 44-inches.
Basketball Court Clearance and Padding Rules Wall Padding Gymnasium wall padding is not required, but is highly recommended. Padding should be provided on walls and facility features which athletes might contact during play. The industry standard is to use 2 inches of firm, 100 Indentation Load Deflection (ILD)
on courts with obstacles, like coal burning stoves in the corner or poles in the middle. in gyms with backboards attached to the wall, allowing players to jump up off the wall to shoot the ball. It wasn't until 1903 that courts were required to have boundary lines. Before then, many courts didn't have boundaries at all. There are reports of players chasing balls down hallways and into stairwells.
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