Kings’ new Golden 1 Center will have largest video board in NBA

Vlade Divac vice president of basketball operations and general manager of the Sacramento Kings (L) talks with owner Vivek Ranadive.
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With the help of Panasonic, Sacramento’s Golden 1 Center will feature a state-of-the-art video board that will be the largest of its type in the NBA.

Totaling over 6,1000-square feet, the four-screen display will be seven times larger than the current board at Sleep Train Arena. Extending baseline to baseline, the board will be longer than an 18-wheel semi-truck. The main screen will be over 44-feet wide and 24-feet tall

“Our partnership with Panasonic USA will revolutionize how fans consume the game,” said Kings’ owner Vivek Ranadivé. "We are proud to deliver the world’s latest technology and provide a transformative experience to the best fans in the NBA.”

The screen will also be the first "4K Ultra HD" monitor in the league. That means instant replays will be four times more clear than a typical 1080 HD resolution. The LED technology innovation will feature over 32 million pixels combined between the four screens.

For more info on Sacramento’s latest addition to their new arena, click here.

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