On Thursday, the Wolves and Bucks will play the first professional basketball game at the Sanford Pentagon's Heritage Court. Timberwolves.com took a look at the facility today and snapped a couple phone photos of the Sanford Sports Complex.
Across the street from The Pentagon is the Sioux Falls Fieldhouse, which hosts Sanford's POWER program facilities.
A look at the Sioux Falls Fieldhouse from the outside.
Across from the Sioux Falls Fieldhouse and The Pentagon, a bar and grill and hotel both sit right next to the complex. The plan is develop this 162-acre area into a one-stop shop for sports and more.
The Sioux Falls Fieldhouse has an indoor football and soccer field area sitting side by side.
The Fieldhouse has a full gym area right next to the football and soccer fields.
A look inside part of the physical therapy/training area of the Fieldhouse.
The gates inside the will call/main entrance of The Pentagon.
Inside The Pentagon, there is an area with displays showcasing South Dakota basketball history and upcoming events. Here is the display for tonight's Wolves vs. Bucks game.
Also included in the case is a spot dedicated to South Dakota native and former Wolves player Mike (Skinny!!) Miller.
Leading onto the Heritage Court (where the Wolves will play tonight) are murals of past greats. Here we see Kareem, Magic/Larry and Michael all donning spots on the wall.
A look inside the Heritage Court. Can you tell the "Hoosiers-like" 1950s and 1960s feel?
A look at the old-school clock look that sits up on the scoreboard hanging above center court.
Mark Remme and his dad, Dave, pose near the court during tonight's game at The Pentagon.
The Lynx are represented here at The Pentagon. In one of the hallways leading to the court, there is a timeline of great players in women's basketball history. Lindsay Whalen and Maya Moore represent today.
The Slam Squad gets prepped for the evening, including getting some free t-shirts ready for distribution.
Kevin Love warms up during his pregame shootaround routine.
Prior to game time, Love and South Dakota State alum Nate Wolters stood at half court for a ceremonial opening tipoff. Wolters, a rookie with the Bucks, was a beloved point guard on the Jackrabbits' roster. SDSU is located 60 miles north of Sioux Falls.
The Wolves and Bucks line up for the National Anthem. It's time to tip off!