Build confidence and perfect your aim with the best backboard. Anchored, in-ground Goalrilla basketball systems play as hard as you do, so you’ll have the skill and confidence to meet any challenge. With tempered glass backboards, steel-welded frames, and rims that can take a pounding, your Goalrilla basketball goal is unyielding. Just like your determination to be the best.
Your goal is our goal. So whether you’re shooting for more court time… varsity… or a ride to D1 school, arena-style Goalrilla basketball hoops give you the freedom to focus on what’s important: conquering your next goal.
3 backboard sizes to choose from: 72, 60 and 54
The Goalrilla CV basketball goal with STBLZR Technology is redefining performance for residential hoops. Available in both 60” and 72” backboard sizes, STBLZR Technology significantly reduces the “shake” of a basketball goal after a dunk or rebound and completely stabilizes the backboard of the goal at regulation height. After a shock to the goal, some units will violently shake for up to a minute before coming to a rest. STBLZR Technology returns the hoop to its static, resting position quickly, allowing players to maximize practice time and stay focused on skill development. Utilizing the same technology used to eliminate movement in skyscrapers during earthquakes, STBLZR Technology creates a dramatic improvement in goal stability. The Goalrilla CV with STBLZR Technology simulates the performance of arena-style, pro-level goals, delivering the gym experience in your driveway.
• Revolutionary technology that significantly reduces the shake of a basketball goal
• Goal at regulation height is fully stabilized after a dunk or rebound
• Maximize practice time by eliminating violent shake that can last up to a minute
• Experience the pro-style goal performance found in college and high school arenas
The Science Behind STBLZR Technology
STBLZR Technology features a Tuned Mass Damper, a small resonant system added to the top of the goal that reduces the amplitude of vibration by absorbing kinetic energy. This same technology is used in aircrafts to reduce unwanted movement during flight and in skyscrapers to absorb the motion created during an earthquake. The STBLZR design uses an internal, moving mass that absorbs the motion of the goal and is quickly brought to a rest using a magnetic field. The technology also includes bumper stops to limit the travel of the moving mass and prevents overstressing the springs.