The GRIND net is designed to help players reach their ideal shooting arc on every shot. Elite training, on the go. GRIND Machines weigh 110lbs and fold into a 4 x 2 x 2 duffel bag for easy transportation, storage and setup. Built to last. We engineered the machine to last for 1 million shots, or about 5 years of consistent use.
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GRIND Basketball Shooting Machine Update | Shark Tank Season 12. August 1, 2021 August 1, 2021 Andrew Smith Barbara Corcoran, GRIND, Mark Cuban, Season 12. Former NBA hopeful Thomas Fields entered the tank to present his company, GRIND Inc., to the sharks. The companies first product, a basketball shooting machine, is an affordable rebounding machine that aims to make it easier for those who want to practice getting their shots up on their own.
On episode 23 of ‘Shark Tank’ season 12, athlete Thomas Fields introduced his revolutionary Basketball training device, the Grind machine, which he claimed is the first one of its kind in the world. Hoping for an investment that will fast-track his young company, he promised to change the lives of millions of athletes all around the world through his invention that supposedly makes practice sessions ten times more efficient.
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The Grind Basketball machine itself is a portable basketball rebounder that lets a shooter practice without having to chase rebounds. This enables a player to get hundreds more reps in during a practice session. The machine returns the ball to five alternating spots around the key.
Key Points. The sports equipment company GRIND was created by 26-year-old Thomas Fields, who also appeared on the May 7 episode of “Shark Tank.”. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and ...
The future of sports equipment is here at www.grindbasketball.comWe've spent years researching, experimenting, and testing, looking for a way to design the b...