The Milwaukee Bucks unveiled their new state-of-the-art court at the BMO Harris Bradley Center for the upcoming season. The Bucks’ new Robert Indiana-inspired home court honors the team’s rich history in Milwaukee while looking confidently ahead to a promising future.
The new Nitropanel floor system makes its debut in the NBA and is FIBA-approved for international play. The floor system provides 61-percent shock absorption and 97-percent ball rebound, contrasted with the old floor that provided less than 20-percent shock absorption. The technology is designed to reduce injuries and long-term fatigue for players.
The new playing surface was produced by Action Floor Systems, a Mercer, Wisconsin, family owned and operated company for over 25 years. East year, Action Floor Systems manufactures over 600 gym floors for schools, universities, YMCA’s, fitness centers and professional teams worldwide.