The NBA will fulfill its commitment to the league and its players by printing “Black Lives Matter” (Black Lives Matter) on the playing field and reuse it in Orlando.
On Tuesday, the league revealed the new stadium and provided a tour for reporters in the “bubble”.
“Black Living Matter” is displayed in large, glossy black fonts on the court floor.
This is Orlando’s NBA restart: the separated chairs are social distancing benches, and “Black Lives Matter” is written on the court. pic.twitter.com/XGJu1w4QLC
-Malika Andrews (@malika_andrews) July 21, 2020
Game announcers will not be in the regular sideline seats of the Central Court.
Instead, they will be included in the Plexiglas panel, which will create a separation between them and the player.
As for the players and coaches, they will be spread out through folding chairs 6 feet apart in the team bench area.
The entire stadium will be surrounded by large screen displays that will display signs of virtual fans, such as “colon” may pop up, just like they did on the NBA arena JumboTron.