Written By: Chris Creamer•
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Courtesy the official website of the Brooklyn Nets, we have our first looks at the new, completed, court design for the NBA’s newest team playing out of the NBA’s newest arena, Barclays Center.
The court is made using maple with a unique “herringbone” pattern on the wood as explained at BrooklynNets.com:
“Brooklyn Nets CEO Brett Yormark debuted the team’s official homecourt Monday, September 10 at Barclays Center. The unique, herringbone-patterned Maple Hardwood was designed by the Nets’ creative team and produced at Connor Sports Flooring Manufacturing Mill in Amasa, Mich.”
At center court is the Nets secondary circle logo featuring a “B” around BROOKLYN NEW YORK, script logos are under each basket and the team website and Twitter handle are on the baselines, keys are painted black. The Barclays Center logo, in blue, on either side of the center court logo.
We’ll get our first look at the new court in action on October 15th when the Nets host the Washington Wizards in their debut pre-season game at Barclays Center.
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