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Brand:

Spalding

Material: Glass Manufacturer: Huffy Sports Company
MPN:

71454A

Item Width: 38.00
Color:

Clear

Model Number: 71454A
Spalding 54 in. Glass Portable Ultimate Hybrid Base Basketball System, Clear

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