The Orlando Magic unveiled not one but three different court designs on Thursday.
The images were included in a video the Magic tweeted out to promote tickets going on sale...
The Magic have announced that they will have three different court designs during home games. Which is your favorite pic.twitter.com/3yz1sCpRxG— Be Magic Or Be Gone! (@BeORLMagic) August 22, 2019
The “Core” design eliminates the Magic’s primary logo (never cared much for the font) at center court and replaces it with the the much preferable secondary logo. Based on its name, and assuming the Magic will indeed be using all three designs, I guess this is the court the Magic will use most frequently. “The Magic” font has been added inside the three-point line at each end of the court, replacing the original “RDV” insignia that honored Magic owner Rich DeVos. All three courts include the recently added “Rich and Helen DeVos Court” insignia.
So happy to see Mom & Dad honored as the @orlandomagic name the team’s court after them. They are an example to all on how to make an positive impact in your local community and beyond. While their names will now be on the court, their memories will remain active in our hearts. pic.twitter.com/8aH2rfJfFD— Doug DeVos (@Doug_DeVos) August 13, 2019
The “Icon” design also used the secondary logo but also adds black paint in the key. The “Association” design maintains the original logo and adds the secondary logo inside the three-point line.
Modest alterations but the “Icon” court is my favorite of the three, love the black paint. Though I, like many, had been hoping for a retro court design with the old school logo and parquet floor.