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Best Portable Basketball Hoops

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Basketball is without a doubt, one of the top ten most demanding sports on the planet. The athletes at the pinnacle of their career did not get there out of pure luck. The number of hours they had to spend at the courts practicing their craft is close to mind-boggling.

Whether you want to follow in the footsteps of your favorite NBA stars, or whether you just want to improve your skills for the sake of it, having a portable basketball hoop at your disposal at all times is crucial if you want to put in the necessary hours that it’s going to take.

The problem is, there are over a hundred portable hoops on the market right now. Which one is the best?

Unless you have got the time and the patience to test them all out for yourself, the next best alternative is to look for a helping hand from the people who are crazy enough to do such a thing…

We have tested and reviewed more portable hoops than we care to remember and we have narrowed our favorites down into just ten. If you are looking for the best portable basketball hoop, regardless of your budget, you will find it in here.

Without further ado, here are the best portable basketball hoops in 2017…

Tripod Backboard Size Backboard Material Special Features
Spalding NBA Glass Backboard 54 inch Tempered-Glass Two-piece support system provides superior stability. 54 inch glass backboard Check Price
Silverback NXT 54 inch Acrylic Infinity edge backboard technology makes the acrylic extremely strong Check Price
Lifetime 90061 52 inch Polyethylene Easy-to-use front adjustable height mechanism Check Price
Spalding Portable 60 inch Acrylic Provides NBA like experience for a mid-range price tag Check Price
Lifetime 1529 50 inch Polycarbonate The backboard is shatterproof and virtually unbreakable Check Price
Spalding 66291 Pro Slam 54 inch Acrylic Pro-Slam Breakaway rim. Angled pole creates more room under the basket Check Price
Lifetime 90040 40 inch Polyethylene Lightweight and great value for money. Perfect for kids Check Price
Spalding NBA Hybrid 54 inch Acrylic Hybrid base support for increased stability Check Price
Lifetime 71524 XL 54 inch Polycarbonate Shatterproof backboard and professional style Slam-It Pro rim Check Price
Spalding NBA Hercules 54 inch Acrylic Minimalist design and unique color choices Check Price

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Spalding NBA – Best 54 inch Portable Basketball Hoop

First up on our list of the best portable basketball hoops is the aptly named Spalding portable basketball system. If you are in the market for the best of the best, you can’t look past this beast of a hoop. It’s the strongest, sturdiest and best performing basketball hoop on our entire list, without a doubt.

The 50+ gallon capacity base can be filled with either water or sand and there is no need for any additional weight, regardless of how big the players who will be using this thing are. It’s the biggest and sturdiest base we have ever come across and we have tested almost a hundred of these things in the past.

The backboard is a full blown 54-inch board and is made from the highest quality tempered glass for ultimate performance. The rim is also professional standard to provide the perfect amount of flex and rebound. The spring mechanism is closed in by a solid red steel casing and the all-weather white net is far from cheap and flimsy.

One of the most important aspects of any basketball hoop, of course, is the support system. The hoop can have the best backboard, rim and base in the world but if the support system does not pull its weight, it’s not going to be a very enjoyable hoop to play on. With that being said, the ‘beast’ features a two-piece support system that is comprised of a 5-inch square angled pole to provide as much support as you could ever need from a hoop of this calibre.

One of the coolest features of this portable basketball hoop is the grey plastic inset cover that acts as both a handle for easy movement and a rebounding plate. On the occasion that you hit nothing but air, or throw a dodgy pass that completely misses the target player, the rebounding plate will send the ball straight back on to the court, as opposed to shooting it half way down the street like a lot of cheaper hoops tend to do.

The height adjustment uses a solid crank mechanism and the height of the hoop can range from 7.5 to 10 feet. Bear in mind that this hoop is not really built for beginners, so there is no real reason for it go lower than 7.5 feet in our opinion.

Our Final Verdict…

As you can imagine, this thing doesn’t come cheap. It’s a professional-grade basketball net that is extremely portable and easy to assemble. For the quality of the hoop and the performance it provides, we would have no problem recommending this to anyone. If you have the budget and the space to accommodate this beast of a basketball hoop, you can rest assured that you will be getting the best that your money could possibly buy you.

What We Like What We Dislike
The 50+ gallon base is incredibly heavy and provides solid support for the rest of the system The edges of the backboard are hard and angular. It would be great if this was padded
The two-piece support system provides stability better than any other have ever used The assembly directions in the box aren’t very useful – it gets easier after you have assembled it a few times
Made from the strongest tempered-glass which provides the perfect amount of rebound
It’s very easy to move around and set-up

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Silverback NXT – Best Portable Basketball Hoop

The reason we have awarded the Silverback NXT as the best portable basketball hoop is because the entire process of setting this thing and up and moving it from place to place is an absolute breeze. The awesome features don’t stop their either. The NXT is an incredibly stable hoop at this price point and the absence of a tempered-glass backboard actually works in its favour. Let us explain what we mean by that.

While a tempered-glass backboard provides the best performance overall, it tends to be heavy, expensive and prone to smashing. The second best alternative is a solid acrylic material, which is what is featured on the Silverback NXT. What makes this hoop stand out above the rest however, is the unique infinity edge design that Silverback have utilized. This innovative design basically allows the backboard to provide the same level of support and rebounding abilities as any other backboard, but without the plastic or metal shell that is often used on other hoops to provide the stability. Not only that, but the support braces that stem from the support pole are also able to attach directly on to the backboard itself, rather than to the outer shell, providing even more stability.

The area where the NXT shines, in our opinion, is its setup. It’s stupidly simple and takes less than 90 minutes from start to finish. When you consider how well built and stable this thing is, you will probably be as surprised as we were. The ergomove design also makes wheeling this hoop from one place to another as easy as wheeling a wheelbarrow. We were able to move this thing over both concrete and grass without any issues.

The backboard is available in both 50 inch and 54 inch depending on your preferences, and the rim height can be adjusted from 7.5 to 10 feet, in 6 inch increments. The actuator is smooth and easy to use, like everything else on this thing.

Our Final Verdict…

At less than half of the price of the Spalding we previously reviewed, the Silverback NXT provides a value for money that is going to be hard to beat. The simple, minimal design not only looks great but it also provides support in the places where you need it the most to provide a solid and safe experience.

The engineering team over at Silverback have really put the hours into this one and the result is a fantastic portable hoop that is great for both home and street court use. If you don’t mind the fact that it doesn’t have a tempered-glass backboard, you will be more than pleased if you decide to go with this one.

What We Like What We Dislike
Full assembly in less than 90 minutes – great for such a solid portable hoop The rim is pretty bog standard. It’s not bad, but it could be better
It’s very lightweight and easy to move around The minimal design makes it look far less sturdy than it actually is
The backboard, although acrylic is one of the best we have ever played on
Lots of innovative technology (ergomove, infinity edge, stabili-frame etc.)

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Lifetime 90061 – Best Outdoor Basketball Hoop

Next up on our list of the ten best portable basketball hoops is the 90061 from Lifetime. If you have been shopping around for a basketball hoop for any length of time you have probably already come across the brand, Lifetime. They make some great entry-level hoops, and a few that we would consider mid-range. The 90061 being one of them.

Where this basketball hoop really shines is the fact that it’s built-to-last and can withstand all weather conditions. If you need a portable hoop for outside use, this is one of the best ones that we can recommend. The backboard, rim and support system are all rust-resistant and the nylon net is weather-resistant too, meaning there’s no need to remove the net and bring everything inside when the heavens decide to open.

The 52-inch backboard is made of a high density Polythylene that is completely shatterproof. We were pleasantly surprised with how well this backboard performed considering the price point of this hoop. If you need something strong and tough but with decent quality performance, you will find that in this one.

The heavy duty base can hold up to 35 gallons of either water or sand, and the front adjustable height mechanism is convenient and easy to use.

Our Final Verdict…

Although Lifetime are well-known for providing budget friendly, entry-level hoops, don’t let that be an indicator of the quality of them. The 90061 is a strong, easy to move portable hoop with a shatterproof backboard and an excellent spring loaded rim that can withstand even the most forceful slam dunks. All of this at a reasonable price-point. It’s a thumbs up from us!

What We Like What We Dislike
The rust-resistant materials makes this perfect for outdoor use Doesn’t have the same level of stability as the previously reviewed goals
The Polythylene backboard is completely shatterproof It’s surprisingly heavy
It has one of the best rims that we have ever used at this price point
It’s quick and easy to assemble

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Spalding Portable Basketball System (60” Aluminum Trim Acrylic Backboard)

As the leaders of everything basketball, it should come as no surprise to see another Spalding portable hoop on this list. This time, however, we are looking at something a little bit less expensive than “the beast” that we reviewed earlier.

The backboard is still the same size, at 60 inches, but the material used is where the biggest difference between the two lies. To keep costs down on this mid-range basketball hoop, Spalding have decided to go with an acrylic backboard that is supported and surrounded by an aluminum trim. So, as you would expect, the quality of the backboard is not comparable to a tampered-glass counterpart, but it’s still an amazing backboard that is built to last and will take some serious pressure to shatter.

For the dunkers among us, you will be pleased to know that the Spalding portable basketball system features an awesome Arena Slam breakaway rim and a heavy-duty steel frame to allow you to practice your dunks with as much force as you want without ever worrying about damaging your hoop. The base can hold up to 40 gallons of sand or water for even more stability.

Another big difference between this hoop and “the beast” is the fact that this one utilizes a three-piece support system with only a 3.5 inch round steel pole. As you can expect, it’s not as strong or as sturdy as “the beast” but it’s almost 500 bucks cheaper so you can’t really expect it to be. The front cover is pretty much the same and will act as both a carry handle and a rebounder.

The height adjustment mechanism is a Screw Jack lift system that is easy to use and requires practically no effort on your part. You can set the height of the rim to either 7.5 feet or the regulation 10 feet.

Our Final Verdict…

It’s never going to compete with “the beast” in terms of support and playability, but it’s not exactly supposed to. The Spalding portable system is a mid-range basketball hoop that is perfect for both indoor and outdoor play. The backboard is huge, the support system is sturdy enough for all styles of play and the rim is one of the best we have seen at this price point.

If you are an intermediate/advanced player and you need an excellent quality hoop from one of the most trusted brands in the sport, this one could be a good choice for you.

What We Like What We Dislike
The 60 inch backboard is huge. Gives you plenty of room for banking and rebounding It’s heavy and has poor portability. Not great for those who need to move it around a lot
The Arena Style breakaway rim exceeded our expectations – perfect for dunking Takes a long time to assemble
The 40 gallon base is more than sufficient for providing a solid base that won’t tip over

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Lifetime 1529 Portable Basketball System – Best Budget Portable Hoop

The 1529 portable basketball system from Lifetime is the cheapest basketball hoop that we have decided to add to our top-ten – but that doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s the worst. It all depends on what you are looking for from your portable hoop.

The 1529 features a 50-inch Polycarbonate backboard that is marketed as unbreakable. We have played on Polycarbonate backboards in the past and we can vouch for that statement. If you need something durable and cheap, Polycarbonate is probably the best option for you.

The steel frame support system is comprised of a 3.5 inch round pole and a 27-gallon portable base. The pole is adjustable with just one hand and can range from 8 to 10 feet, so not as much flexibility as most other hoops on the market.

The bright orange rim utilizes double compression strings to allow maximum amount of flex and bounce. The all-weather nylon net is tough and durable, too. Overall, the rim is one of the best features on this hoop, so if you need something on the lower end of the pricing spectrum but don’t want to sacrifice any quality in the rim, this is probably the best choice for you.

Finally, the wheels work pretty well, allowing you to move the entire system without any issues. The 27-gallon base is strong enough to support the rest of the system but not too heavy to reduce the portability of it.

Our Final Verdict…

For the price, you shouldn’t be expecting this thing to be competition ready straight out of the box. If you do, you will probably be disappointed. However, for around a couple hundred bucks, you can have your very own portable basketball hoop that is height adjustable, has a great rim and even an unbreakable backboard. It’s perfect for families or rookie players.

What We Like What We Dislike
It’s great value for money – that’s the reason it’s on this list in the first place. It’s only a 27-gallon base and it uses a three-piece support system so it’s not the sturdiest on our list
The Polycarbonate backboard is virtually unbreakable The backboard lacks the responsiveness of a tempered-glass and even most acrylic backboards
The rim is surprisingly good for such a low-priced system

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Spalding 66291 Pro Slam Portable Basketball System


Another budget friendly basketball hoop for both indoor and outdoor use is the 66291 Pro Slam from Spalding. This is an entry-level hoop, so it does have an acrylic backboard, as do most other systems at this price-point.

The backboard is 54 inches in size and is concealed within a solid, thick steel frame for additional stability. Being acrylic, the backboard will last a long time and will withstand a lot of stick before it finally gives in, but it’s not the best for rebounding if that is a big part of your game. However, one cool feature (the same goes for all Spalding hoops) is the official NBA sticker on the front of the backboard. Spalding are official suppliers of the NBA so they are allowed to include the NBA logo on all of their products. It doesn’t affect the performance of the hoop, but it’s still a cool little touch that we’re sure any basketball fan would appreciate.

What we enjoyed the most about this system is the angled support pole which gives you an extra few feet of space between the edge of the rim and the base, allowing easier access to the rim for dunking and layups.

The support system utilizes a three-piece structure that can be height adjusted with a range of 7.5 to 10 feet. The height adjustment mechanism is a dream to use. It really is one of the easiest ones we have ever used which was a pleasant surprise.

Our Final Verdict…

For the price, there is nothing that we can really complain about. It’s an entry-level hoop that is perfect for beginners or the casual player who needs a decent hoop without forking out a small fortune. It’s the cheapest Spalding system on our list, and it’s definitely inferior to the others on most fronts, but it’s an absolute steal for the price they are asking for. If you need something that is inexpensive but sturdy enough to have a blast with your friends and family, we would highly recommend the 66291.

What We Like What We Dislike
The backboard, although acrylic is durable and will last a long time It can take several hours to assemble
Incredible value for money The angled support pole can cause it to tip when used by heavier players
The 54-inch backboard is big enough for more advanced players as well as rookies
The height adjustment mechanism is simple and easy to use

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Lifetime 90040 – Best Portable Basketball Hoop For Kids

We understand that not everyone who is looking to purchase a portable basketball hoop is going to need a top-of-the-range system with all of the bells and whistles that a dedicated, wannabe professional would need. Sometimes you just need something cheap and cheerful to keep the kids happy. If that sounds like your case, then the 90040 Lifetime is perfect for you.

The backboard is made from a high density Polythylene and measures in at 44 inches, which is more than enough space for most children. The rim is just a standard metal rim with no spring mechanisms. The net is weather-proof and is perfect for both indoor and outdoor use.

The support system utilizes a three-piece setup that attaches the backboard to the small, but sturdy enough support base. The base can be filled with sand or water, but due to its size, the whole system is prone to tipping if any daring family member decides to attempt a 360 dunk at the family barbecue. The good thing about the support base being small, however, is the fact that it’s extremely portable and easy to move. You can move this thing from the driveway to the garage with pretty much one hand.

It does have an adjustable height mechanism and to be honest, it works pretty well. The hoop can be adjusted in 6 inch increments and will range from 7.5 to 10 feet.

Our Final Verdict…

You’re not going to be perfecting your game on this thing, but it’s cheap, cheerful and great for the kids. If you need something that comes in at less than 150 bucks, the Lifetime 90040 is for you.

What We Like What We Dislike
Full, regulation sized portable system with a strong, durable backboard Only has a standard metal rim – pretty much zero flex or bounce
Costs less than 150 dollars – perfect for kids The light weight makes it prone to tipping
Comes with a 5-year warranty
Very lightweight and easy to move around

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Spalding NBA Hybrid Portable Basketball System (54” Acrylic Backboard)

One of the most unique portable basketball hoops on our list is the Spalding NBA Hybrid. Most of its features are nothing unique, with a 54-inch acrylic backboard, a breakaway rim and 7.5 – 10 feet height adjustment. Pretty standard, right?

What makes the Hybrid unique, and the feature which gives it its name is the support base. While the majority of other portable hoops will provide a base with only one compartment ready to fill with either sand or water, the NBA Hybrid gives you the storage access for both, simultaneously. This hybrid system is supposed to provide a level of support that either one on their own never could.

Do we agree? It’s hard to tell, in all honesty. We found the NBA Hybrid to be an incredible system overall and the sturdiness and stability were just one of the many cool features that we loved on this thing. Is it sturdy? Absolutely – it’s one of the sturdiest hoops that we have ever tested, but whether that is due to the “hybrid” system is still up for debate.

It feels like we dismissed the other features of this portable hoop in the introduction of this review, so let’s take a minute to look at what else it has to offer…

First of all, the backboard performs surprisingly well for an acrylic backboard and the padded underside is a welcomed safety feature that we don’t see enough on portable basketball hoops. The backboard is available in both 54 inch and 60 inch.

The breakaway rim is superb, as you would expect from a Spalding system and the hoop is height adjustable, again from 7.5 feet to the regulation sized 10 feet.

Our Final Verdict…

A lot of the focus is placed on the base support of this portable hoop, which is evidently a great feat of engineering, but it’s not the only feature that makes this portable basketball hoop shine. It’s probably the best mid-range product that we have reviewed here today, so if you are in the market for a mid-range system, you should definitely keep your eye on this one.

What We Like What We Dislike
Hybrid base allows you to use both sand/gravel and water simultaneously Takes forever to assemble
The hybrid base design makes it easy to empty and move around The hybrid support base is a little bit too small. It doesn’t really affect the stability of the system, it just looks and feels too small
Excellent quality breakaway rim is perfect for dunking
The cushioned underside of the backboard is a nice touch

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Lifetime 71524 XL – Best Shatterproof Portable Basketball Hoop

If you have decided that a Lifetime system is the one that tickles your fancy, one of the best that they can offer is without a doubt, the 71524 XL. It’s a step-up from the rest of the Lifetime systems on the market, and it’s on par with some of the more expensively priced systems, too.

The stand-out feature of the 71524 XL is the 54-inch shatterproof backboard. The durable Polycarbonate backboard is said to give you the look and the feel of a professional standard basketball hoop. The Slam-it Pro rim is phenomenal on this system. It’s the best Lifetime rim we have ever played on. It features a wraparound brace that supports a 5/8-inch solid steel ring, making it perfect for hardcore dunking.

Another cool little touch that we appreciated was the all-weather net, pole and fade resistant graphics. It’s built to be used as both an indoor and an outdoor basketball hoop.

The 35-gallon portable base is heavy and difficult to move, unfortunately, but it does an incredible job of providing solid support for those heavy sessions. If you play ball for long periods of time, this thing will hold its ground without having to constantly adjust its position.

Our Final Verdict…

We love Lifetime basketball hoops. The fact that we have several of them on this list proves that. However, if we had to choose just one Lifetime hoop to take home and use at our own leisure, it would undoubtedly be the 71524 XL. It’s a professional standard basketball hoop without the inflated price tag.

Give this one a try and you will agree with us, we promise you that. It’s backed by a 5-year warranty so you have got nothing to lose.

What We Like What We Dislike
Excellent value for money – it competes with hoops that cost hundreds of dollars more It’s heavy – very heavy
The arena-style rim can take some serious hammer – perfect for dunking The base has no padding or any surfaces to allow rebounding
The support system provides top notch stability It takes a while to assemble
It’s weather resistant
One of the easiest height adjustment mechanisms we have ever used

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Spalding NBA Hercules – Best Acrylic Portable Basketball Hoop

Last but not least, we have another portable system from Spalding – the NBA Hercules.With its green base, the Hercules is instantly recognizable. It’s very minimal and simple in its design, but it provides a solid playing experience for a very moderate price tag. The 54-inch backboard is made from a high quality acrylic and the support pole is angled to provide a real, court-like experience.

The “Exacta-lift” system allows you to adjust the height of the hoop between 7.5 and 10 feet and we found it pleasant to use. The overall feel of this portable basketball hoop was that it’s trying to mimic a professional court-style basketball hoop. It’s not got many features or frills, but it doesn’t need them.

It has a 37-gallon water base and 2 wheels which are easy to use. It’s a no-frills basketball system that will be a great addition to any court, driveway or garage.

Our Final Verdict…

If you have decided that you want to go with a Spalding hoop and you want something that is uniquely designed and instantly recognizable, the Hercules is probably the right choice for you. It doesn’t do anything extremely well, but it does nothing bad at all. It’s a solid, well-rounded piece of kit that we enjoyed playing with. Highly recommended.

What We Like What We Dislike
High quality portable system at an entry-level price Be prepared to spend at least half a day to assemble this one
Height adjustment is very simple to use – even the kids could manage it Has been known to have quality control issues, so keep an eye out for a leaking support base
The backboard is durable and will last a long-time

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Still Not Sure Which Portable Basketball Hoop Is for You?

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Don’t worry – buyer anxiety is a real phenomenon and we have all experienced it. When you consider the fact that you are about to drop upwards of $1000 on a single item, you have a legitimate reason to be anxious over choosing the right one.

The ten portable hoops that we have just reviewed are without a doubt, the best hoops on the market. With that being said, the choice can still be scary when you aren’t 100 percent sure what it is you are looking for.

That is exactly the reason why we decided to put this short buyer guide together. To “fill in the blanks” in your knowledge, to allow you to make the best-informed decision. If you are still struggling to decide which portable basketball hoop is the best choice for you, consider the following advice.

What Exactly Is a Portable Basketball Hoop?

We’re going to start this buyer guide with something that seems extremely obvious, but our philosophy is to always cover the bases and leave no stones unturned, so we thought we would cover this anyway.

A portable basketball hoop is, you guessed it, a basketball hoop that is portable. The term portable meaning that it can be transferred from one place to another without much effort. The base is often filled with sand or water and depending on the size and the build quality of the hoop, there may be additional space for bricks, weights or anything else to add a little bit more weight to the structure.

Portable hoops are probably the most popular form of home basketball hoop, purely because they are more affordable than the closely related in-ground hoops. The drawback, however, is that portable hoops will never be as strong or sturdy as an in-ground hoop, so they can move around a lot if you are consistently throwing down some hard dunks.

Important Factors to Consider When Looking for The Best Portable Hoop

1. Backboard Material

There are three common backboard materials that you will find on your portable hoop, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. Let’s break each one of them down into a little bit more detail:

Acrylic – Probably the most common choice of backboard for outdoor basketball hoops is acrylic. It’s relatively cheap to manufacture, but it’s strong and durable enough to survive harsher weather conditions. The hard material provides a solid bounce back, but not too much to disrupt the travel velocity of the ball.

Polycarbonate – Polycarbonate is a form of plastic that is strong, rugged and holds up well in a variety of different weather conditions. It’s popular on beginner hoops due to the fact that it’s cheap, light and extremely strong. The only issue with polycarbonate backboards is that the level of performance they provide is not really up to scratch. The rebound is generally poor and inconsistent, so if you are an advanced player, you will be better suited with something else.

Tempered Glass – If you are a serious baller who needs the best possible performance out of your new portable hoop, the only backboard material that will cut it is tempered glass. There’s a reason why it’s the material used on all professional and semi-professional basketball hoops. Obviously, tempered-glass is still glass, so it’s considerably more fragile than the previously mentioned materials, so it has been known to shatter after a heavy dunk but if you aren’t built like Shaq, there’s probably nothing to worry about.

2. Rim

One of the most important features of any basketball hoop is its build quality, and the type of rim that it’s equipped with. There are three main types of rim that you will find on a portable basketball hoop – standard, exposed spring breakaway and exposed breakaway. Pretty much all rims will have a built in spring mechanism to allow the rim to flex when you attempt a dunk, but the more expensive the rim gets, the bigger the springs tend to be, which often requires them to be enclosed in a metal casing.So, it’s important to keep in mind the style of basketball you will be playing on your new hoop. If you need a hoop to shoot a few free throws at every now and then, a standard rim will do just fine. If you need something with a bit more flexibility, performance, and better build-quality, we would recommend choosing a rim with bigger, stronger strings, or ideally a rim with an enclosed spring mechanism.

3. Height Adjustability

The range of height adjustment and the mechanism that the hoop uses to allow this adjustment will determine how expensive a portable hoop will ultimately be. The majority of portable hoops will allow you to adjust the range from at least 7 feet to 10 feet (regulation height), but the better quality hoops will allow you to drop down to around 5 feet, which is ideal for youngsters as it gives them the chance to work their way up from the smallest height, up to the standard 10 feet regulation height as they grow and progress as players.

Cheaper models may still utilize a pin lock mechanism, which requires you to manually adjust the height of the hoop before locking it in place with a small metal pin. However, the vast majority of portable basketball hoops will use some sort of crank or an automatic handle to adjust the height.

Hopefully, now that you understand a little bit more about the individual aspects of the best portable basketball hoops, you can head back up to our top ten reviews and make a better, more informed decision.

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