Captured from an amazing angle in Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Stadium, the pre-game line up announcement for the Cleveland Cavaliers puts available technology to great use through a combination of projection and graphics that simulate a falling and rising court, geometric breaks, and even historical clips and memorable players from the team. Although he will be returning to Cleveland to play for the Cavaliers this season, and is unarguably one of the most popular players in the NBA today, LeBron James is notably missing from the footage, not a big shock after the way he chose to take his leave from the team years ago.
While most stadiums use the best and biggest HD screens around while announcing the current roster before games, the Cavilers have gone a different route, making the pre-game line up announcements a part of the amazing on court projected show as well. It’s almost hard to believe that this is something being projected onto a court in an arena, and not just a digital promotional video for the Cavilers, but it is, and as soon as the lights go on and the projection goes off, everything is back to normal.
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