The NBA All-Star Game weekend will be new. The league announced on Monday (5) that it will use a technological court, all LED, for some of the party’s main events, such as the dunk contest and the three-point championship.
Therefore, during each event, visual effects such as replays, video content, real-time statistics and animations will be displayed on the court itself. However, the main event, the NBA All-Star Game, will not be held on the court.
With this, the LED court will be installed at Lucas Oil Stadium, in Indianapolis, the city that will host the All-Star Game in 2024. The event will be held between February 16th and 18th.
Some new features of the LED court are: Changes in color and design, live replays and other video content, real-time game statistics, player tracking animations, interactive games for fans during the times, immersive animations of important moments and plays.