basketball backboard

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: backboard - a raised vertical board with basket attachedbasketball backboard - a raised vertical board with basket attached; used to play basketball; "he banked the shot off the backboard"
basketball, basketball game, hoops - a game played on a court by two opposing teams of 5 players; points are scored by throwing the ball through an elevated horizontal hoop
game equipment - equipment or apparatus used in playing a game
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Tenders are invited for Basketball Backboard Systems - Requirements Contract
QMY GRANDSON wants me to fit a basketball backboard and hoop to an outside wall.
My grandson wants a basketball backboard and hoop fixed to an outside wall.
The golf tourney, held along the halls of RMA's SA-1 offices, featured a hole that required golfers to knock the ball through the small mouth of a red "fish" the size of a basketball backboard and into the cup on the other side.
Qualcomm demonstrated a basketball game played with a printout of a basketball backboard fixed to a wall.
Find your best bra, whether you're flat as a basketball backboard or you're overflowing outta your C-cup.
Estes admits he doctored a photograph of a No Parking sign with the guy's name, listed all his negative attributes and glued the sign to the basketball backboard.
What little cheering there was came from a section of bright-red-clothed fans seated just behind what would be the south basketball backboard, cheering their hearts out for Belgian heroines Justine Henin and Kim Clijsters.
Players should be discouraged from raising the take-off area under a basketball backboard.
Three horizontal surfaces of varying heights - including a ping-pong table, a glass basketball backboard, and a circa 1956 Saarinen-designed, tulip-style pedestal table - sprawled across the gallery.
These old spirituals are like a basketball backboard in my mind.
Some examples: graphics that are molded into a basketball backboard instead of being silk-screened.