The Indiana Pacers have installed a new scoreboard and sound system for the 2012-13 NBA season. The investment in fan entertainment cost the team approximately $16 million. The team is preparing for lease negotiations with the government in an effort to commit themselves to the city of Indianapolis long-term.
Via Jon Murray | Indianapolis Star
The Indiana Pacers’ $16 million investment in a sound system and gargantuan new scoreboards at Bankers Life Fieldhouse could signal the team’s commitment to Indianapolis for the long haul. For fans, the upgrades will modernize the audio and visual experience inside the 13-year-old fieldhouse, Pacers business leaders say, and will keep the city-owned Downtown building in the top tier of arenas.