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backboard

A temporary board on the outside of a scaffold.
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from one edge of the backboard and draw a guideline for the shelves and spacers along its length.
"The ball clearly goes over the corner of the backboard," McCabe said.
If you want, you can enhance the desk by adding a desktop backboard and sideboards.
The gas feature also counterbalances the weight of the 48" acrylic backboard, so raising and lowering the basket is fast and easy--even for young kids.
We are shown both sides of an outdoor handball backboard, over which a rope has been slung; Ames and Bordwin approach, grab opposite ends of the rope, and dispassionately begin to climb.
The SWIM N' DUNK[R] Basketball game was designed for the shallow end pool area of inground pools and is made of two 1.9" diameter stainless steel uprights with a competition quality acrylic backboard and regulation rim and complete with a water basketball.
Players take three steps forward, then raise the same knee as their shooting arm, and aim the ball to bounce off the backboard into the basket.
The Pacers victory was not secure until Ray Allen's desperation shot sailed over the backboard at the buzzer.NBA.- Play-offs: Orlando 79 Philadelphia 68 (Best-of-five series level 1-1); San Antonio 71 Minnesota 80 (series level at 1-1); Indiana 108 Milwaukee 107 (o/t) (Indiana lead series 2-0); Los Angeles Lakers 110 Houston 98 (Lakers lead series 2-0).
Look at the big backboard marked with black lines for the game.
Tabs of hook-and-loop fabric (Velcro) attach the states to a painted plywood backboard. Hung on a wall, the map beckons family and friends to learn geography and plan future travels.
According to the memo, 'a player who hangs onto the rim after a dunk and places either or both of his feet onto the backboard, shall be assessed with an unsportsmanlike technical foul.'
"Thankfully it hit the right spot on the backboard, and Bogut made a quick reaction to go up.