The Oklahoma City Thunder will unveil their new City Edition court during the Sunday game against the Brooklyn Nets, starting at 7:00 PM ET on Bally Sports Oklahoma.
The court, designed as a complement to the City Edition jerseys introduced in November, prominently features the Thunder’s primary logo in navy blue and woodgrain at the center of the court.
The navy and dark blue keys match the primary color of the jerseys, as do the baseline and sideline, transitioning from navy blue to dark navy blue near the center of the court and back to sideline.
The baseline includes a small „Oklahoma City Thunder“ script on one side of the court, allowing for television broadcast advertising, while inside the three-point line, a small orange state outline is visible.
Overall, the court is much subtler than the jerseys, inspired by the „evolving landscape of the city“ and featuring all-over sublimated artwork as a „celebration of local creators and innovators.“
This season, the Thunder are 1-1 in their City Edition set, previously combining the jerseys with a court specially designed for the NBA’s first in-season tournament.
This court was predominantly blue with a dark blue stripe in the middle and featured the Oklahoma City primary logo in orange and navy blue at the center. The NBA Cup was also displayed behind the logo and on the lanes.