Toys of the Seventies, Harlem Globetrotters Basketball Game

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A 3-D board game which was a basketball court with various holes and a plastic ball. You'd drop the ball and whatever hole it landed in, you would flip a lever and aim for the basket. Mine was in the basement too long and all the metal springs and levers underneath rusted.
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Pal - December 17, 2010 - Report this comment
anybody know where to buy this game?
Rob Lambert - October 12, 2015 - Report this comment
Surprisingly, I found very little on these games over the net. There was a Globetrotter game, based on the 1970 Hanna-Barbera cartoon series., with several positions near each net for players to pop or flip the ball toward the basket. Simulated court with manual scoreboard, either by Ideal or Milton Bradley. There was another game, from around 1952 (following a movie release), with members of a Globetrotter team pictured. All I found on the net was a later arcade-type shooting game (selling for over $4000, so it must be new).

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