On Monday, the Indiana Pacers unveiled the court design for the 2024 NBA All-Star Game, which will take place on February 18th (8:00pm ET on TNT) at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
The two-tone hardwood court prominently features this year’s All-Star Game logo – incorporating the ball and race stripes from the Pacers‘ primary and secondary logos – as well as sublimated stars in the center of the court.
The navy blue sidelines and baselines feature gold stripes matching the key, and a sublimated checkered flag pattern in the upper left and lower right corners, while the bottom half of the baselines showcases the „Indy 2024“ wordmark.
Multiple smaller stars are also featured along both sidelines, a nod to the court design of the 1985 NBA All-Star Game, which was held at the Hoosier Dome. This was the first and only time that Indianapolis hosted the game.
This year’s court also includes the All-Star Game’s secondary logo – appearing on the players‘ uniform chests – on the lower sideline opposite the NBA logo, as well as advertising for AT&T and Michelob Ultra on the upper sideline and baseline, respectively.