This week, score a 3 point shot with this easy and fun DIY Basketball Hoop!
Hammer & Nails
Dremel MM14 Multi‑Max Wood Flush Cut Blade
L: Length, W: Width, H: Height, D: Diameter
Step 1 4
Source your reclaimed wood, basketball hoop and plywood. Use a Dremel Ultra-Saw™ to cut the plywood proportionately. Then, use the Dremel Multi-Max to sand the edges of the cut wood. Hint: Cut out the plywood backing 3” smaller than the reclaimed surface area to give you a nicer edge.
Step 2 4
Next, secure the plywood backing to reclaimed wood using the hammer and nails.
Step 3 4
Screw the hoop to front of the reclaimed wood, and add the net to the hoop.
Step 4 4
Then, screw the mounting hooks to the back of the hoop, which is now ready to be mounted to the wall.