Portland Basketball History for Sale

Portland Design Studio’s dog in residence, Luca, shows off a Portland Fire basketball slab.

 

If you’re a big NBA or WNBA fan, and especially if you cheer for the Portland Trail Blazers or Portland Fire, we have a reclaimed product just for you—pieces of the actual gym court floor.

It’s almost as if you can hear the squeak of sneakers and the cheer of the crowd with these 4’x8′ slabs; maple strip flooring still with it’s original plywood backer. Turns out they build the floor this way so pieces can be easily swapped out as needed for a team change or repair.

Nearly all have some court markers, and we still have a bunch of really graphic pieces from the Portland Fire set. No, we can’t sell you a full logo, but whether you’re collecting as a fan or just interested in the graphic nature of these pieces, we certainly can work to find a piece that fits your look. (See the full collection, and map of available pieces, here.)

So what do you do with them? Some we’ve sold have made their way into a basketball performance center. Others have been made into furniture like the table you see above. We hear some folks have just leaned them up against the wall as pieces of art.

Whatever your take or purpose, you can get a real-time inventory by calling our Portland Design Studio (503) 719-4800 or sending us an email. Pieces range from $250-$1250, and we can ship to wherever you are.

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Portland Trail Blazers Tops

With a history in the Moda Center of roaring fans, squeaking sneakers, and the swish of the net, now decommissioned Original Gym Flooring has made its way from court fame to reclaimed wood icon.

The Trail Blazers and Portland Fire both called this Oregon court home. The salvaged maple flooring is attached to plywood, so we’re selling it in 4’x8′ sheets or cut-to-size.

Colorful line patterns, typography, and other imagery varies per slab.

 

Excited for a piece of Blazers history? Contact Elise today to learn more. Or explore our other Sports Collection reclamations for more colors, patterns, and history.

 

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