LOOK: Texas A&M unveils new home basketball court design
It’s safe to say that the theme of the 2019-20 season for Texas A&M basketball is “new.” This offseason, the Aggies hired new coach Buzz Williams. This coming season, Williams’ squad will play on a home floor with a new look.
Texas A&M unveiled the new court design at Reed Arena on Thursday. The team’s official site offered some details on the new design:
The new court features the popular Lone Star logo in maroon at mid-court, which makes this the fourth iteration of the Reed Arena court that features the shape of Texas. The court markings are maroon, including the new men’s basketball 3-point line of 22 feet, 1.75 inches. The women’s basketball 3-point line of 20 feet, 9 inches is marked in white.
The hardwood court is surround by a maroon apron, which for the first time, features the text “Gig ‘Em Aggies” in white. Additionally, Texas A&M’s online presence is featured on the court with athletics’ Twitter and Instagram handle of @12thMan and the web address of 12thMan.com.
Check out some photos and a video below:
A re-design in Reed Arena 👀
— Texas A&M Athletics (@12thMan) August 15, 2019