Hooper Unsuccessfully Tried To Play On Indianapolis International Airport’s Full-Size NBA All-Star Court


Earlier this week, we reported about how the Indianapolis International Airport (IND) unveiled a full-length basketball court, installed in the middle of its main atrium, to welcome visitors to the upcoming NBA All-Star Weekend.

Measuring 50 feet wide by 94 feet long, is the first of its kind to be installed in an airport terminal and is sure to capture the attention of basketball enthusiasts and casual fans alike.

The court, while open to the public, isn’t in use for actually playing. Unfortunately for hoopers with delayed flights, it’s only there to provide an immersive basketball experience for all who visit.

Overtime Peter nonetheless tried his luck and booked a flight to Indianapolis. He went on the court, but unfortunately, there were plastic lids covering the rims, making a shot impossible to go in. What a waste of a court… unfortunately. 



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