the Brooklyn Nets Unveil First Gray Court In NBA History

With superstars Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant signing with the Nets in the offseason, seems like there may be a gray area as to how good their new look roster can be next season while Durant is on the mend.

But now that grey area got much larger, as in as big as the entire court the Nets will be playing on at the Barclays in Brooklyn, after the Nets unveiled these photos of their first fully redesigned court of the Brooklyn era with an all-gray color scheme inspired by the city

And. It. Looks. GREAT.

The colors of our new floor, weathered wood and concrete gray, represent playground courts throughout the borough; the brownstone-lined streets and Brooklyn’s industrial foundation. The palette engrains the grit and determination of Brooklyn into our playing surface, the team tweeted.

And the baselines are a thing of Big Apple beauty, as they proudly display “Brooklyn Nets” in typeface inspired by subway signage, with a subway tile pattern running across the apron perimeter.

This will be the first ever all-gray court in the NBA. Sure, a few teams have had sections of gray on their floors—it’s never been like this.

Source: The Sports Daily

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