Dallas Mavericks unveil beautiful new court featuring the green
By Tyler Watts
Dallas Mavericks unveil beautiful new court which brings back the retro green
The Dallas Mavericks were blue, green, and white during their inaugural season in 1980-1981. That stuck until current owner Mark Cuban rebranded the team in 2001. Out went the green with grey replacing it. Fans know the Mavericks have worn a multitude of jerseys in recent years, but next season will make fans of the original color scheme extremely happy.
The Mavs are bringing back the retro green in 2021 to celebrate their 40th season. It is not just in the uniforms, though. Dallas will use the original logo and have the court designed to feature green, blue, and white for some games.
Fans got their first glimpse of the new retro court on Oct. 30. Let us take a closer look at the design.
Dallas Mavericks unveil beautiful new court featuring the retro green
The Mavs posted a video of what the American Airlines Center court will look for some of the games next season. Fans have to check out this awesome design.
The throwback court looks fantastic. No word yet on how many games the Mavericks will use the design, but is something special. Supporters love the green and figure to see plenty of it during the 2020-2021 season. Expect to see some retro jerseys and at least one new one too.
The Dallas Mavericks are expecting it to be an outstanding year on the court too. Luka Doncic will be leading the way as the Mavs attempt to advance past the first round of the playoff for the first time since winning the title in 2011.
The Mavericks’ superstar wants to take home the Larry O’Brien trophy in 2021. Never doubt Luka. It should be a wild ride that Dallas fans will not want to miss, so please stay tuned. The Smoking Cuban will have all the offseason news and analysis that fans crave. Do not miss it.