Connor Sports Kicks off the NBA Season by Manufacturing and Installing New Game Courts for the Sacramento Kings and Utah Jazz
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NBA teams across the country are building foundations for winning seasons on their Connor Sports basketball courts. Being Champions of Sport, Connor Sports believes in providing surfaces that allow athletes and teams to practice and perform their best. This is one of the many reasons the Utah Jazz and Sacramento Kings chose Connor Sports to manufacture and install their new game courts.
This week, the Utah Jazz and Sacramento Kings will step onto their new Connor Sports basketball courts for their first season game. Good luck to them, and all other NBA teams who practice or compete on a Connor Sports basketball court, in the 2016-17 NBA season.
THE NEW UTAH JAZZ COURT
A new court has entered the Utah Jazz arena since the 1998-99 season. The excitement around the new staple of the Vivint Smart Home Areas aligns with the excitement felt around a young and promising Utah Jazz team. In the wave of this excitement, the Utah Jazz created a new look for the 2016-17 season, which included a new Connor Sports basketball court.
What’s different about the new Utah Jazz game court?
- Baselines now feature "Utah Jazz" written in a new custom font in gold lettering
- A partial tri-colored ball is featured in center court as a throwback to the classic court from the Salt Palace and Delta Center days
- The new design also includes the famous J-Note displayed inside the 3-point line
The new court was manufactured at the Connor Sports Mill in Amasa, MI. It then traveled over 1,400 miles to Idaho Falls, ID where it was painted. Once completed, the court traveled to its new home at the Vivint Smart Home Arena.
Watch a time-lapse of the new court being installed here!
THE NEW SACRAMENTO KINGS COURT
The Sacramento Kings are starting their new season in a state of the art arena, the Golden One Center, that has a new Connor Sports basketball court as its center piece.
What’s unique about the new Sacramento Kings’ basketball court?
- Features a 20-foot Kings primary logo at the center of the floor
- “Sacramento” and “Sacramento Proud” grace the baseline and sideline – with a bold accent on the word “Proud,” highlighting the team’s civic and franchise pride
- Bleached finish to show off the intricate grain patterns of the sustainably-harvested maple trees used to create the playing surface
- Sacramento elm is featured under the center court logo
The new court was manufactured at the Connor Sports Mill in Amasa, MI. It then traveled over 1,400 miles to Idaho Falls, ID where it was painted. Once completed, the court traveled another 800 miles to its new home at the Golden One Center in Sacramento.