Dallas Weekly shares, The Dallas Mavericks are proud to announce the unveiling of its newest basketball court at Paul Quinn College, the only Historically Black College in the City of Dallas and the first Urban Work College in the country.

The court dedication will take place on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020, at Paul Quinn College marking the 27th court donated back to the community by either the Dallas Mavericks or the Mavs Foundation.

Dallas Mavericks legends will join forces with Paul Quinn College leaders for this celebratory event to officially unveil the court, created to generate excitement for students and surrounding community.

Paul Quinn College president, Dr. Michael J. Sorrell, will attend along with Mavs special guests, Cedric Ceballos, Erick Strickland and Randy White.

The Paul Quinn College court is especially unique to the city because the design was inspired by
renowned Dallas street artist, Tex Moton.

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Sport Court® technology installed a professional-grade quality basketball court that is known around the world for its safety and performance. The surface is splashed with an abstract masterpiece designed by Moton that includes a one-of-a-kind custom mural painting. The university also received other cosmetic upgrades like new basketball goals and bleachers. Read more via Dallas Weekly.