The Indiana Pacers on Monday unveiled the court docket design for the 2024 NBA All-Star Sport, which can happen at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on Feb. 18 (8 p.m. ET on TNT).
The 2-tone wooden court docket prominently shows this year’s All-Star Game logo – which options the ball and racing stripes from the Pacers’ primary and secondary logos – and sublimated stars at midcourt.
The navy blue sidelines and baselines embody gold stripes, matching the keys, and a sublimated checkered flag sample within the high left and backside proper corners, whereas an “Indy 2024” wordmark sits on the decrease half of the baselines.
There are a number of smaller stars alongside each sidelines as a nod to the court docket design on the 1985 NBA All-Star Sport, which was performed on the Hoosier Dome. That was the primary and solely different time Indianapolis hosted the sport.
This 12 months’s court docket is full with the All-Star Sport’s secondary emblem – which appears on the chest of the uniforms – on the underside sideline reverse of the NBA emblem and ads for AT&T and Michelob Extremely on the highest sideline and baselines, respectively.