As basketball fans await Game 6 of the NBA Finals tonight, PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter has unveiled a rendering of a newly announced amenity—a basketball court.
Feeling inspired after walking back from a Miami Heat game, residents of the 60-story, 513-unit luxury tower will be able to shoot hoops on the fourth floor on the indoor half-court hardwood basketball court when construction is completed in late 2018.
Your fans will be able to watch you play from the mezzanine viewing area or two team benches at court level. The court will also have a rack built into the wall to hold basketballs.
The facility will be surrounded by a snazzy, modern blue wall with multiple images of a basketball player rising in the air to dunk. A white Paramount P is etched on the floor under the rim.
For now, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers will attempt to tie the series against Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors back in Ohio to force a Game 7 for the NBA championship.
Other sports facilities at PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter downtown will include a soccer field and purple tennis courts.
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