- Board Dimensions: 24”W x 16”H x 10”D
- Number Height: 4”
- Scoreboard Weight: 18 lb, Shot Clock Weight: 12 lb (each)
- Keyring remote included
- Tabletop or freestanding
- Use for basketball, wrestling, karate, team handball, badminton, table tennis, tennis, judo, and boxing
A Full-Court System
Log the action as it happens in real time on the MVP™ 4" LED Tabletop Scoreboard, while 2 independent shot clocks provide the current game time and a countdown for possession. The central scoreboard provides all of the game time information players and spectators need at a glance, with various settings and sport-specific programs that are ideal for a wide variety of games.
Incredibly beneficial to this portable scoreboard with shot clock is the inclusion of a remote control, which allows the central clock to be updated from a distance at any time. Referees can have complete control over time and score even when they’re right in the middle of the action. You can even buzz the scoreboard from the remote to signal stoppage of play, a score, or the end of regulation.
Two shot clocks add additional functionality to this basketball scoreboard by ensuring a high game pace and controlled possessions. Shot clocks force offensive teams to make an attempt on the basket within the given time—which can be programmed based on your unique match—before the ball is turned over to the defense. Having a set amount of time not only speeds up the game itself by creating urgency, it invites strategy on both sides of the ball.
Setup and takedown for basketball scoreboard and shot clocks can be achieved in just minutes. The central scoreboard quickly stands up on a tabletop and plugs into any applicable AC outlet. Once it’s powered, just select any of the preprogrammed game modes or quickly input your own specifications to get the game off on the right foot.
Shot clocks easily affix to durable powder-coated metal floor stands, which can be raised or lowered in seconds to meet the needs of the area. Two 132’ L cables connect shot clocks directly to the central scoreboard, enabling synchronicity between all 3 units at once, no matter how close or far apart they may be located. This allows players, coaches, and spectators to always have eyes on the time remaining.