How to Transform a Football Stadium Into a Basketball Court

How to Transform a Football Stadium Into a Basketball Court

Category: Basketball, How To


Thanks to the magic of time-lapse videography, we see how the Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas magically transforms into a basketball court for the 2010 NBA All-Star Game.

Man, a basketball court’s size really pales in comparison to a football stadium. Even the giant monitor hanging from the rafters dwarfs the court!

The 2010 NBA All-Star Game set the record for the largest crowd ever to attend a basketball game with 108,713 people and it really helped that it was  held in a football stadium. Dwyane Wade was named MVP.

Now, I wonder how will they transform it for the Manny Pacquiao vs Joshua Clottey boxing match?

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3 Responses to “How to Transform a Football Stadium Into a Basketball Court”

  1. Dwyane Wade is the 2010 NBA All-Star Game MVP! | Says:

    […] a world-record crowd of 108,713 filling up the Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, Wade dazzled the crowd with his scoring and passing with a game-high 28 points […]

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  3. Pacquiao vs Clottey Video | Says:

    […] National Football League’s Dallas Cowboys and the biggest domed stadium in the world will be transformed into a boxing ring to accommodate 45,000 fans eager to see “The […]

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