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Best Basketball Arcade Games

Updated December 2018
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    Want to take your basketball game down to a mini, household version, just like in an arcade? A basketball arcade game belongs in your rec room. It has a net and basketball, of course, and is enclosed with netting and a fabric base sort of like a hammock to catch the ball and to keep it from leaving the enclosure. While mostly just for fun, it can help you practice your aim for the real game of basketball, all in the comfort of the indoors. You can also compete to see who can get the most baskets in a set amount of time, as many basketball arcade games automatically keep score and display a timer to let you know when time’s up. Most cost between $150 and $250.

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