Brooklyn Nets unveil redesign of home court at Barclays

David Caplan
September 23, 2019 - 2:50 pm

Brooklyn Nets


NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- The Brooklyn Nets unveiled a new home court Monday at Barclays Center that pays homage to the borough: "Inspired by the borough. Built for the borough," is how the team describes it. 

It marks the first time the court has been fully redesigned since the Nets moved to Barclays Center in 2012. 

"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 Nets said. "The palette engrains the grit and determination of Brooklyn into our playing surface."

"Center court displays the our iconic Brooklyn 'B' logo, simplified without the city and state wordmarks and enlarged for visual impact," the team explains.

The maple hardwood retains the signature herringbone pattern that ties back to the Nets’ unique original court design.

The baselines proudly display “Brooklyn Nets” in typeface inspired by subway signage, with a subway tile pattern running across the apron perimeter.