The San Antonio Spurs may not have made many roster changes over the offseason but they did reveal new alternate jerseys and will be showing off their new homecourt at the AT&T Center this season.
Check out a photo of what might be the new Spurs' court with changes to the mid-court logo which is now just the word "Spurs" less the background shield and solid black paint beneath the basket.
I got to say, if this is true, I like this new-look court. Though I am still disappointed in the alternate uniforms. What do you think Spurs fans?
(photo via Facebook)
Oh yeah this is very nice! And I agree with the incorporation of the fiesta colors. I think we should bring them back somehow!!!
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@temple_jordan @jansenalbrecht @TheRealJcas I dig it JT, cant wait for the season to get started #onemorerun
@brettfinley0 @temple_jordan @jansenalbrecht that's pretty fresh. I like the alternate jerseys too. We need to hit up some games again.
I prefer the mid-court logo with the background shield, but I like the solid black paint beneath the basket.
I like the new look. The all black paint area is cool and the "spurs" in the middle of the court reminds me of the old ABA days. something the SAS should have used in the alt jerseys
I really like it. Always been a fan of the light hardwood color. I don't like that the Nets also went with the all black paint.
What is this, the D-League? Why change the court? It was perfectly fine with our proper logo. If there is anything the Spurs should change about the court, it's their terrible corporate sponsors.
@CraigThomas Back to body solutions?..no wait
@Spursfan66 lol how about a company that doesn't relocate its corporate headquarters after buying out our parent company. Not to mention their horrendous customer service and reception. But, you do get all 5 bars when you walk inside the building which is nice, except for the fact that they can't handle the cellular traffic of 18k people in the same spot so the 5 bars is meaningless anyway.
Other than that, they're a great company though!