Structure made up of a basket and its support; a team scores each time it puts the ball into the opposing team’s basket.
Base covered with protective padding; it supports and stabilizes the backstop.
Oblique piece that supports the backboard and the basket.
Vertical piece covered with protective padding; it holds the backboard support.
Circular orange piece on which the net is mounted; it is 18 in in diameter and 10 ft above floor level.
Flexible netting attached to the rim; it slows the ball when it passes through the basket.
Rigid board attached to the back of the basket; it is usually made of transparent material so that spectators behind the basket can follow the action.
Structure made up of a net mounted on a rim; a basket is worth two or three points, depending on where the shot was taken from.