Before Chuck Connors made his mark as "The Rifleman" on television, he already played a starring role on the Basketball court. Before the first home game of the Boston Celtics, Connors makes history: He is the first player to shatter a backboard in the NBA (though it was called the Basketball Association of American until 1949).
Chuck Connors in 1946 playing for the Boston Celtics. When playing for the Boston Celtics in 1946, Connors took a set shot during pregame warm-ups, hitting the front of the rim. Because an arena worker had failed to place a protective piece between the rim and backboard, the backboard shattered.
Darryl "Chocolate Thunder" Dawkins broke the board with a nasty 2 handed jam way before Shaq could even touch the ring.
The first team to use a glass backboard was the Indiana Hoosiers men's team in 1917. The glass plate was made by a company in Bloomington and was 1 1/2 inches thick.
Yes, the glass bottle will shatter.
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The glass will shatter if it falls.
The ability of a singer to shatter a glass is a result of the control that they have in frequency. These singers can control high frequencies well enough to focus them to shatter the glass.
Sometimes a glass is tuned to a certain frequency or note. If a person hits that note, the glass will shatter.
If you drop the glass, it will shatter. The mirror was going to shatter when it hit the floor after falling from the table.
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If you put tea in a normal glass the glass will shatter.
The backboard is from plexiglass or glass.
If it is regular glass then it will probably shatter it. If it is Plexiglas or another form of reinforced glass it may not shatter it.
yes a very high pitched voice or sound can shatter glass as seen on myth busters
Don't drop it; it will shatter into a million pieces! I dropped my glass on the kitchen floor and was lucky it did not shatter.
it will shatter
Most vehicles have safety glass installed in the windows. This glass is meant to shatter into gummy squares that are less dangerous then the sharp shards that regular glass becomes.
You can always use tempered glass that's shatter resistant and should be kid-resistant as well.
The Grand Estate collection is not made of temper glass and is not shatter safe.
If the ball goes all the way thru the hoop before the glass breaks then yes it counts.