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Hey! Play! Mini Basketball Hoop with Ball 55-1000

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Hey! Play! Mini Basketball Hoop with Ball 55-1000

Product description

The Over the Door Mini Basketball Hoop by Hey! Play! gives you the real basketball experience, whether you are playing a game in your room, or simply shooting hoops at the office. The hoop is easy to set up and easy to play. With a breakaway spring rim, you can dunk, shoot 3-pointers or practice your foul shots, and you get the same action as with a life-size basketball hoop.

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Hey! Play! Mini Basketball Hoop with Ball 55-1000


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