MY SON HAS BEEN GETTING CRAZY ABOUT HOOPS LATELY.
AND I’M HAPPY BECAUSE IT MEANS HE’S GETTING MORE ACTIVE, AND SPENDING LESS TIME IN FRONT OF HIS TABLET.
I want to encourage him to continue playing that’s why I’ve been looking for some basketball-related things I could give to him.
Who knows, he could be the next Larry Bird..
The following are some of the things I have in mind.
IC3 BASKETBALL SHOT TRAINER
This basketball shot trainer cuts down on the time spent retrieving the basketball, so he can focus more on practicing his shot. Its patented design also helps users develop the proper arc to improve their shot. It is easy to install, too. I would love to give this to him although it is quite expensive.
LIFETIME BASKETBALL DOUBLE SHOT ARCADE SYSTEM
I’m thinking that he could master his shots faster if I give him this. It’s similar to those basketball shooting machines you’ll find in the arcades. It is easy to install and folds quickly for convenient storage. It is also a great way for me to bond with him.
NIKE HOOPS ELITE MAX AIR TEAM BACKPACK
This is a safe choice for me. It is not only a backpack that he can use to put all his stuff after a game, but also a bag that he can use in school. Nike is a brand known for its quality so I’m counting on this one to last many years.
SKLZ SHOTLOC BASKETBALL SHOOTING TRAINER HOOPS
Shooting is the most basic skill in basketball so it is important for my son to master it. Developing a good stroke is critical, so I am thinking of giving him this product from SKLZ. This is a handy device that forces users to keep the balls off their palms. It can promote good release and follow-through.
SPALDING NBA SLAM JAM OVER-THE-DOOR MINI BASKETBALL HOOP
This is what I am getting for him– a mini basketball hoop that he can have in his room so he can practice his shots in the morning, in the afternoon, or right before hitting the sack. It is affordable (less than $20), easy to install, and comes with a ball. Perfect!