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Baskets

A basket is indispensable if you want to become as good at basketball as the greats from the NBA. Burned Sports has different types, so you can practice your lay-ups and dunks everywhere.

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€649,95
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This Spalding NBA Silver Inground Basket can be mounted in the ground so that the basket is extra firmly anchored. The basket has a transparent basketball board with an official NBA logo Read more
€49,95
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With the Spalding Universal Mounting Bracket you can attach a basketball backboard to different surfaces. The mounting bracket is suitable for a wall, roof or post. Read more
€899,95
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The Spalding NBA Gold Basket can be used both indoors and outdoors. This steel construction ensures that the basket is well suited to improve your lay-ups and dunks. Read more
€279,95
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The Spalding NBA Alley-Oop Basket is easy to move due to the light material. The basket is suitable for any size of basketball and can be adjusted to different heights. Read more
€159,95
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The Spalding Combo Highlight basketball board is a sturdy basketball board that you can use to keep improving your basketball skills at home. The board comes with a ring and a weather-resistant net. Read more
€999,95
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The Spalding NBA Platinum Basket can be used both indoors and outdoors. This steel construction ensures that the basket is well suited to improve your lay-ups and dunks. Read more
€799,00
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The Spalding NBA Silver Basket can be used both indoors and outdoors. This steel construction ensures that the basket is well suited to improve your lay-ups and dunks. Read more
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€49,95
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The Spalding Pro Slam Basketball Ring is a sturdy ring that can be attached to a wall outside. The ring can also be attached to a backbord. The ring comes with a weather resistant basketball net. Read more
€299,95
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The Spalding Highlight Composite Basket is easy to move due to the light material. The basket is suitable for any size of basketball and can be adjusted to different heights. Read more
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Baskets

Baskets are essential for basketball, in addition to basketball. After all, you throw the ball through it and you score with that. How simple that may sound; you do need a basket for it. To practice your throws at home, Burned Sports provides you with the best baskets. In all sizes and types.

Movable basket

Dribble, pivot, pass; of course it is all part of the game. But what matters is, shooting that ball through the basket, making three-pointers. Baskets are therefore indispensable if you want to train to become as good as the great top players. Burned Sports has different types of portable basketball systems in its range. A mobile basket is ideal, because you can place it anywhere. The light material makes it easy to move. You can stabilize it yourself by filling the base of the basket with water or sand. There are also heavy-duty baskets with a steel construction. Perfect for optimizing your dunks and lay-ups. Despite the weight, this basket is still easy to move, due to the wheel system.

Types of basketball basketball

Most baskets and basketball systems at Burned are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. In addition, they are adjustable in height. So everyone has basketball fun. You can set it to official match height, but the basket can also be hung lower. This way, children can enjoy it just as much and the basket grows with them in height. The brand that is inseparable from basketball is Spalding, of course. In addition to their famous basketballs, they also make baskets. And not only of the mobile type, but also an inground basket that you can anchor in the ground. Or a mounting bracket to mount your backboards on different surfaces.

History basket

It is a luxury that today we can choose from different types of baskets. When basketball was invented in the late nineteenth century, a peach basket functioned as a basket. With every point scored, the referee had to remove the ball from the basket. Later a net was hung in the bottom and the basketball was knocked out with a stick. It was not until 1906 that a ring with a backboard and a net was changed: the basket as we know it today.