From an aesthetic perspective you don’t want something that detracts from your house and looks out of place. From a basketball perspective, wider areas can benefit from wider boards allowing you to get bank shots in that you would not be possible with a narrower board.
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If your players are competitive and want to practice at home you’ll want to consider a 72” backboard because it’s regulation in size. The wider boards allows more bank shots closer to what you’ll use in the gym.
Pro Dunk is not for everybody but it does have some features that could be a big benefit for your situation. Younger families that do or may have competitive players will find the most value in Pro Dunk.
Installation is a two part process. On the first day, you’ll dig a hole 20 inches square, 3 feet deep and fill it with concrete. The included pier kit consists of four bolts that will be sunk into the concrete. Averages a few hours to complete.
Once the concrete has cured (usually a few days), you will assemble the system onto your concrete footer. Averages a few hours to complete and requires 1-2 people except for the backboard mounting when you’ll want a few extra people.