Courts of the World Team Presents at FIBA Partner’s Summit

The Courts of the World team was in Antwerp, Belgium for the FIBA Equipment & Venue Centre’s bi-annual Partners’ meeting. The summit was opened by Hamane Niang, President of FIBA, and then lead by Bart Prinssen, Head of Equipment & Venue Centre, and Jasmine Long, FIBA Equipment & Venue Centre Senior Associate.

Ryan O’Leary, Stephan Belitz, and Claas Garthoff
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Featured Player – Michael Overgaard

Denmark based Michael Overgaard has added 98 courts since he joined as a contributor a year ago, and in that short time has added more photos out of any other member. While we have solid coverage of courts on our Courtfinder map in the Nordic country, Overgaard has found all those courts that you are likely to miss.

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5 Most Photographed Outdoor Basketball Courts

With the growth of social media and the internet, there are unlimited photos to look at of basketball courts. On Courts of the World alone, we have over 10,000! For basketball players on the lookout to play on the most unique and beautiful outdoor basketball courts, there are a few that you’ve likely seen over and over becasue of their beauty and uniqueness. This our list of the 5 most photographed basketball courts.

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Must Hoop : Cameron House’s Upper Deck Court

You have seen this basketball court in movies and commercials, and this secretive and private court in the Chinatown part of downtown San Francisco is a must hoop… if you can get on it. The fortunate players that have had played here have received permission or have been among the families that have received support from the Cameron House, that has been empowering the San Francisco Chinese community since 1874. Youth sports started at the center in the 1940s and then lifted court was added in the 1970s.

Photo of the Upper Deck Court (promo picture from
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