The NBA courts for the 2020 season restart have been revealed … and, as promised, feature a massive “Black Lives Matter” paint job front and center.
The league and the NBPA came up with the idea to display the message at all 3 arenas used inside the bubble … as a way to show solidarity with the social justice movement.
Along with the BLM paint … the sideline benches have been spread out to provide 6-feet of distancing for team staffers and players as a form of precaution during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Of course, commish Adam Silver previously suggested banning several coaches — including Mike D’Antoni (69) and Gregg Popovich (71) — from the sidelines due to their age … but eventually scrapped the idea.
The NBA’s set-up also features huge video boards and its “Whole New Game” slogan for the restart.
While no fans will be able to attend games, at least players have the chance to fill up some seats.
The league is set to tip-off again on July 30 with 22 teams battling for the playoffs.