The Los Angeles Clippers’ Halo Scoreboard For Their New Arena Is Going To Be Next Level

Clippers Halo Scoreboard For Their New Arena Is Going To Be Insane

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  • The Los Angeles Clippers revealed the new “halo” scoreboard that will be going into their new arena.
  • The new scoreboard at the Intuit Dome is going to be an absolute technological marvel that fans will love.
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While the Los Angeles Lakers will be stuck in the horrifically named Crypto.com Arena for the next 20 years (unless they move), the Clippers are already well underway in their plans to move into their own brand spanking new arena for the 2024-25 NBA season.

Last September, the Los Angeles Clippers broke ground on what is being called the Intuit Dome in Inglewood.

The new Clippers arena will hold up to 17,600 fans, the game court, two practice courts for the players, and two practice courts for fans outside in a 80,000 square-foot plaza.

The Los Angeles Clippers new arena is going to be amazing

Also inside the dome will be something the Clippers are calling Courtside Cabanas. They are basically suites, but they are located down at courtside with exterior seats positioned behind the baseline with the suite directly behind them.

There will also be something called Backstage Bungalows, which will offer hospitality for pregame and halftime as well as sideline lower bowl seating.

Then, of course, there will be your typical suites, called Halo Suites by the Clippers, which ties nicely into the “halo” scoreboard.

This one-of-a-kind scoreboard is almost an acre in size (or the equivalent of 3,592 60-inch televisions), is double-sided, will broadcast the game in 4K, and provides optimal sightlines from every eat, especially for those seated in the upper bowl.

“Is this a great investment? No,” Clippers owner Steve Ballmer said prior to the groundbreaking back in September. “I’m probably better off leaving my money in the stock market. But it’s an okay investment.”

Judging by the reactions of many NBA fans to the halo scoreboard alone, it’s more than okay.

There’s always one in every crowd.