With just three days until the festivities begin in Salt Lake City, the NBA revealed the court design for the 2023 All-Star Game on Tuesday afternoon.
Naturally, the All-Star Game logo is at center court, while the keys are yellow and the sidelines and baselines are black, pulling from the Utah Jazz’s current color scheme.
The hardwood includes five sublimated mountain peaks along the sideline, mimicking the Jazz’s uniform design from 1996-2004. The peaks are also a nod to the number of players on the court per team.
The baselines feature a “Utah 2023” wordmark with the All-Star Game’s secondary logo under the basket, while the late Bill Russell’s No. 6 and a “UT 23” wordmark are on opposite sidelines at center court.
The black out-of-bounds area is complete with sublimated music notes and mountains from the All-Star Game logo in varying sizes and patterns.
The court will debut during the Jordan Rising Stars Tournament, which tips at 9 p.m. ET on Friday. That’s followed by the Kia Skills Challenge, Starry Three-Point Contest and AT&T Dunk Contest at 8 p.m. ET on Saturday.
Last but not least, the 72nd annual NBA All-Star Game, which pits Team Giannis against Team LeBron, is set for 8:30 p.m ET on Sunday. Each event will be broadcast live on TNT.