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  1. Hey Kodrinsky. As it stands now, and to the best of your knowledge, are there any more 2018-19 NBA regular season courts you're expecting for the league to reveal and/or are working on at home currently? I figured since we're a month from the end of the regular season, and you haven't posted since mid-January, there might be nothing left. Thanks in advance, and as always, I really appreciate all the effort you put into this project.
  2. Hey Kodrinsky... what's the next step with the 2017-18 season? Presuming there's no more regular season court variants to post between now and April 11, do you intend to present playoff courts all the way through the Finals? Thank you, sensei!
  3. Cool, and thanks for the knowledge Mr. K!
  4. Kodrinsky, superlative work as always on the latest 17-18 additions to the NBA court database. Thank you for posting them. By my count you're up to 68 designs for the season, with all 30 franchises represented (and in a number of cases - the Warriors or Kings, for example - well represented). My question is, at this point and to your knowledge, are there any other court designs for this regular season left to release, and if so, whose? If so, will these designs present a "fresh" look that differs significantly from pre-existing team designs (e.g. the Golden 1 Center '18 court above), or rather simple differences such as baseline team or sponsor logos/verbiage added or subtracted (e.g. the Wells Fargo '18 court above)?
  5. Excellent, thanks for letting us know! Seems like the Raptors are playing on the OVO court tonight (January 26), for the first time... how's that for timing? The Jazz City Edition court will debut a few days later on January 30, and the Sacramento City Edition court February 5. Looking forward to seeing these three in the next couple of weeks. Keep up the fantastic work!
  6. Hey Kodrinsky, any sense of when you'll release the alternate Utah and Sacramento courts, both of which I linked to around Christmas time (see above)? And surely there can't be that many 17-18 courts left otherwise. By my count you've already put out 61, or roughly 2 for every existing franchise (30 in all). As always, very much appreciated, and thank you in advance.
  7. Well, fair enough. It's certainly bold. It's been said, "one man's trash is another man's treasure." The King's City Edition court was revealed the other day, and it's a looker too: http://www.nba.com/kings/blog/kings-reveal-city-edition-court
  8. That new Utah court looks pretty cool... http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/21868878/zach-lowe-utah-jazz-new-nike-jerseys-featuring-delicate-arch-nba
  9. The Jeep version has been released as well.
  10. Great work as always Kodrinsky. Thanks for your ongoing efforts, it's very much appreciated! I'm curious... can you give us a sense of how many more of the 2017-18 NBA courts you anticipate releasing? Best I can tell you've posted most, if not all of the franchises in the past two weeks.
  11. Fair enough.Thanks for taking the time to clarify.
  12. Kodrinsky, I'm curious about your pending team timeline updates/corrections in regards to the total amount of teams you're working on in this latest revision phase. You mention 9 in the quote above. Not withstanding the 15-17 updates to multiple teams that you posted earlier this year, if you include the Knicks, Wizards and Hawks revised timelines you posted just prior to your quote above, plus the 9, that's a total of 12 franchises if I'm understanding correctly. There's 18 other NBA franchises. Are those 18 teams, at least at this point and in the near future, not scheduled/not needing to have their timelines given the full revision treatment? Any clarification would be helpful. Thank you in advance for the consideration, and as always, your work is very much appreciated.
  13. I don't know if you're aware of this Kodrinsky, or if it's intentional, but if not this particular court appears to be missing from the Flickr NBA Court Database.
  14. Kodrinsky, I just want to say thank you so much for this latest treasure trove of 2016-17 NBA courts. Your dedication to your craft is phenomenal, and making your work available to the public is sincerely appreciated. Much respect (and I hope you've been able to catch some of the playoffs wherever you are)!