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SBD/November 5, 2012/Facilities
Rockets, Pacers Debut New Videoboards At Their Regular-Season Home Openers
Published November 5, 2012
KEEPING PACE: The INDIANAPOLIS STAR noted the Pacers' regular season home opener against the Kings on Saturday "featured the debut of the new scoreboard high above Bankers Life Fieldhouse's court." The new scoreboard "features twin 1080p high definition video screens, each measuring 50 feet long -- extending nearly foul line to foul line -- by 21 feet high" (INDYSTAR.com, 11/4). Also in Indianapolis, Bob Kravitz wrote, "The most impressive part of the whole evening was the gigantic new scoreboard, which would look really good in my man cave" (INDIANAPOLIS STAR, 11/4).