One of Buddy Hield's homemade hoops here on his street in Eight Mile Rock in Freeport. pic.twitter.com/1U9bKZ9sxR
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) March 29, 2016
I mean, look at this sh*t! This is the homemade hoop that Oklahoma star guard Buddy Hield used to play on in the Bahamas and it makes a Koosh hoop look like a bastion of durability.
What were the dunking rules on this thing? If you dunked, did you have to build a new hoop? Was it like the Sandlot where everyone would yell at you if you hit a home run into the Beast’s yard? Then Jamaican Smalls would get all teary eyed because he stole the piece of wood to build the backboard from his dad and it was signed by the Jamaican bobsled team. I could just imagine that thing crashing down like that one time Shaq dunked and brought the hoop with him:
Shaq did not play on Buddy Hield’s homemade hoop in the Bahamas.