Ever wanted to have your name on an NBA court?
Well, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Milwaukee Bucks might be the first two NBA teams to do so as they might offer season ticket holders that special honor.
Check out some of the details from Sports Business Daily:
The teams, Cleveland and Milwaukee, intend the plan as another benefit tied to their year-round membership and fan-loyalty clubs. Details are still being finalized and must be approved by the league, but the program would allow for the names of the season-ticket holders who are part of the loyalty clubs to be placed on the apron that surrounds the playing floor — or possibly even on the playing floor itself.
One source said the Cavaliers are proposing to put the account holders’ names on the sideline aprons while the Bucks are considering putting the names near the half-court line on the playing floor. The locations are subject to change depending on league response to the proposal.
Neither league nor team officials would discuss the plans, pending their approval, but sources said that if allowed, the initiative could be in
We’ll keep you updated if anything happens on this front…