The Los Angeles Clippers are owned by Steve Ballmer, and there’s no doubt he’s contributed a lot of money to make it a competitive team and ensure the players have all the resources they need.
While currently sharing an arena with the Los Angeles Lakers, the Los Angeles Clippers will soon have their own arena, titled Intuit Dome. According to Forbes’ Shane Young, the arena will feature a “state-of-the-art scoreboard and video display”, which will be called the “Halo Board”. Young mentions that it will be “the biggest and most impressive LED in basketball yet.”
After debuting an all-new arena in September 2021, the Los Angeles Clippers have unveiled more details regarding their state-of-the-art scoreboard and video screen.
The Intuit Dome, slated to open in Inglewood at the start of the 2024-25 NBA season, will feature the largest and most impressive LED screen in basketball to date.
Inside the Clippers’ new $2 billion facility will be the Halo Board, spanning nearly an acre and surrounding 18,000 fans with a 4K view of replays, individual stats, quarterly breakdowns and advanced measures.
It will be the latest innovation from Daktronics, an American designer of LED displays that is becoming a household name in the sports tech world.
There is no doubt that this feature in the Intuit Dome arena will make the fans’ experience in the arena amazing. Having individual stats and advanced metrics could help fans get more intriguing information about players, as well as help them grow their knowledge of the sport of basketball.
The Los Angeles Clippers are expected to be in contention next season, with Kawhi Leonard and Paul George leading their deep and experienced squad. Kawhi Leonard managed to win a championship with the Toronto Raptors in the 2019 season as the main superstar, so maybe we’ll see him again with the Los Angeles Clippers.