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backboard

A temporary board on the outside of a scaffold.
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He finished the night off by double-tapping the ball off the backboard before slamming it through, which earned him the runner-up and 50 points from the judges.
The Tar Heel-logoed backboard and ball is great for family or dorm rooms, offices, sports bars, restaurants, fraternity and sorority houses, anywhere fans want to relive the glory.
The Backboard immediately makes me more aware of how I'm sitting.
At nine revs per second, Silverberg and Tran calculated, a free throw that hits the very top of the backboard will drop straight down for a point.
In preparation for the tournament, the boys have already repaired the fencing, cleaned up some bleachers and painted the backboards and benches.
You've seen fullcourt shots and halfcourt shots, but nothing over the backboard.
Using Smart Shot technology, the net, rim, and backboard sensors will let players know if the attempt is a "brick," "bank shot" or hits "nothin' but net
According to the Commission, Nautilus knew of injuries caused when the backboard bench, seat pin and incline support bracket on certain models of the exercise machines broke unexpectedly during use.
At the Santa Monica Museum of Art, Dugout II (HOLD ON to the house), 2004, an installment of more recent drawings and "stages," built around memories of the artist's adolescence and the early cold war, was haunted by the sound track from Allen's play Dugout III (WARBOY and the backboard blues).
The glass backboard shattered into pieces, which scattered as far as center court.
According to CPSC, while being used in the incline position, the backboard bench can collapse and break.
The Western Kentucky player had to take evasive action from the shards of falling glass after his slam dunk smashed the backboard.