THE INNOVATION OF BASKETBALL COURT DESIGN AND PAINTING
With innovation and lots of creativity just about anything can now be duplicated from an 8.5" x 11" digital rendering onto a 94 foot long hardwood basketball court canvas!
COURTSPORTS has come a long ways since the days of running low quality jpeg images down to the local copy and print shop to have the images blown up 500 times. The old process was slow, expensive, and the images were difficult to duplicate to exact scale.
Today we use high powered computers, large digital plotters, and miles of vinyl stencil material to duplicate any image, logo, or font onto your basketball court.
Last year Tinker Hatfield with Nike designed the new Mathew Knight Arena basketball court for the University of Oregon. The above rendering created by Nike is an extreme example of duplicating douglas fir trees onto a real basketball court.