Insert the legs on to the rim sections, making sure the Rebound logo is facing out, and the rims curving in (hooks will be on the inside). You will be making a circle. Once the legs and rim sections are made up, it’s time to secure the net.
Place the net within the rim, then loop the net over the rim and attach to the hooks underneath. Do this in 3 or 4 places around the net to begin with, then continue attaching the net around the rim. Make sure the net is even on all sides, and is spread taut, otherwise you will get pockets in the net. The ball should bounce well on the net. The balls will need to be inflated, (funny this!), your set would have come with a handy pump, and inflation needle (in its hidden compartment!) – Remember to store it back there when not in use
You can inflate the ball to however hard or soft you want however, the Rebound pros suggest that the ball is kept reasonably soft, for better control when hitting. When the ball is too hard, this makes it difficult to control and the ball will fly all over the place.