Pro-Bound Sports FAQs
Approved credit accounts are required to fax, e-mail or mail a purchase order. Prepaid orders can be placed by using Paypal or mailing in a check. Please verify the accuracy of your order particularly as to shipping instructions, model, quantities, unit of measure, and color. Customers are responsible for all freight charges plus a 20% restocking fee to cover costs incurred in correcting inaccurate orders. Should you have questions about placing an order, please contact Customer Service.
How Will MY ORDER SHIP?
All small parcels ship via IPS or FedEx. items marked with the truck icon will ship via common carrier. A contact name and phone number are required for carrier convenience. Deliveries to a residential address cost more than to a commercial address. A commercial address has a receiving dock/area and has someone present to accept deliveries during normal business hours. Drivers delivering truck shipments are only required to move the freight to the edge of their truck. Truck accessorial options (inside delivery, 24 hour notification, lift gates, etc.) are additional charges. Please contact Customer Service for details. All prices are FOB origin. Refused truck shipments will incur charges for both directions of travel. Original freight will not be reimbursed. Refused shipments are subject to a 20% restocking fee. Express delivery may be available for small parcels. Please contact Customer Service for details.
WHEN WILL I RECEIVE MY ORDER?
Pro-Bound Sports, LLC is committed to shipping orders for all stock merchandise within 48 hours. Once your order leaves our facility, transit times will vary from 1-6 business days depending on your location. Out of stock items and items shipped from separate locations may have an extended lead-time.
All returns must be authorized by Pro-Bound Sports, LLC and require return authorization. Call our Customer Care Team at 785-666-4207. Returns must be postmarked within 15 days of return authorization issue date; otherwise the return will not be eligible. Items must be returned in their original condition, including all tags, packaging and accessories (if applicable). Shipping charges will not be refunded unless the merchandise is defective or it was shipped incorrectly. Items will be subject to return shipping charges. Items will also be subject to a minimum restocking fee of 25%. Custom order may not be returned unless the merchandise is defective or an error was made in production. The return authorization number must be included in all correspondence and returns. We are not responsible for misuse, customer installation or improper storage.
Basketball - FAQs
The playing court shall be a rectangular surface free from obstructions with sidelines of 94 feet in length and end lines of 50 feet in length, measured from the inside edges, illustrated by the diagram.
The court shall be marked with boundary lines (sidelines and end lines) and other lines and markings as shown on the court diagram. All lines must be clearly distinguishable.
The division line shall divide the playing court into two equal parts and shall be formed by extending the center-circle diameter in both directions until it intersects the sidelines.
All lines designating the free-throw lane, except lane-space marks and blocks, are part of the lane.
The three-point field goal line shall be a distance of 20 feet, 9 inches, from the center of the basket to the outside edge of the three-point field-goal line.
The restricted area arc is a solid single-colored 2-inch line formed by a semicircle measured from the center of the basket to the outside edge with a radius of 3-feet and extending in a straight line to the front face of the backboard. This arc must be clearly discernable and distinguishable.
The playing court shall be measured and marked as shown in the court diagram.
A free throw lane shall be marked at each end of the court with dimensions and markings as shown on the court diagram. All boundary lines are part of the lane; lane space marks and neutral zone marks are not. The color of the lane space marks and neutral zones shall contrast with the color of the boundary lines. The areas identified by the lane space markings are 2 inches by 8 in and the neutral zone marks are 12 inches by 8 inches.
A free throw line shall be drawn (2 inches wide) across each of the circles indicated in the court diagram. It shall be parallel to the end line and shall be 15 ft from the plane of the face of the backboard.
The three-point field goal area has parallel lines 3 feet from the sidelines, extending from the baseline and an arc of 23 feet, 9 inches from the middle of the basket which intersects the parallel lines.
Four hash marks shall be drawn (2 inches wide) perpendicular to the sideline on each side of the court and 28 feet from the baseline. These hash marks shall extend 3 feet onto the court.
Four hash marks shall be drawn (2 inches wide) perpendicular to the baseline on each side of the free throw lane line. These hash marks shall be 3 feet from the free throw lane line and extend 6 inches onto the court.
Four hash marks shall be drawn (2 inches wide) parallel to the baseline on each side of the free throw circle. These hash marks shall be 13 feet from the baseline and 3 feet from the free throw lane lines and shall be 6 feet in length.
Two hash marks shall be drawn (2 inches wide) perpendicular to the sideline, in front of the scorer’s table, and 4 feet on each side of the midcourt line. This will designate the Substitution Box area.
A half-circle shall be created 4′ from the center of the basket