March 27th, 2012
Anything you do in life can result in an accidental injury. Walk through the house while texting, for example, and you can flip over the coffee table and break your collar bone.
Athletes know better than anyone how injury can affect not only each game, but the championship game and the shot at a scholarship. It’s always important to take care of your body, but here at the Basketball… Continue reading
December 13th, 2011
Blustery fall has arrived with the winds whipping down the streets and along with the errant papers, basketball goals being blown about; at least those portable ones that are really meant to be taken down and sent back to the garage every day! In fact, my neighbors have one that they purchased for their three boys and, just like most… Continue reading
September 6th, 2011
Playing basketball exercising all the muscles, including the heart. It’s good for kids!
All most kids want to do is get out and take some shots at the basketball goal – make some hoops, run and beat their friends in a friendly game.
But here come the adults with their ideas about “warming up” and stretching before… Continue reading
April 6th, 2011
Kids will be kids, but boy can it be aggravating sometimes!
They play practical jokes on each other. (Why do they call them practical? The jokes usually aren’t.)
Case in point: I remember when a friend had her Volkswagen Beetle picked up and wedged sideways into a spot where there was no way she… Continue reading
April 1st, 2011
One of the questions we get a lot here at the Basketball Goal Store is about the adjustability feature on the Goalrilla Basketball Goals we offer.
People ask why the Goalrilla Goal adjusts specifically from 7.5 to 10-feet. There are several products out there on the market that adjust downward to 6-feet… Continue reading
March 11th, 2011
Here it is, spring in Indiana (yes, one of the hotbeds of basketball fever) and that means wind. It blows across the fields like it has to be somewhere right now.
What it does, right now, is blow a lot of things around. And today I saw a great big ouch! Big enough to make me cringe. Continue reading