This summer, the Minnesota Timberwolves will travel across the state of Minnesota to help neighborhoods take their love of basketball outdoors with the ‘Our Courts. Our Future.’ program, presented by U.S. Bank. Four courts will be selected from the nominations received from you, the fans.
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Voting closes Friday, May 24th at 11:59pm CST.
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Congratulations to our winners! Bill LaFave Park in Thief River Falls, Lindbergh Elementary in Little Falls, Independence Park in Marshall, and Madsen Park in Fridley will all receive refurbishments to their basketball courts over the summer. View the announcement video on Facebook.
WATCH: 'Our Courts. Our Future.' 2018 Event Recap
Minnesota Timberwolves players Keita Bates-Diop and Josh Okogie along with interim head coach Ryan Saunders, Crunch and community volunteers partnered with the Minnesota Timberwolves and U.S. Bank to renovate four outdoor basketball courts in the state of Minnesota as part of their annual court refurbishment initiative.Watch Video
520 E 13th St., Hibbing, MN
This basketball court was initially built in 1980 and is located in the most visible corner of the park, in a welcoming, safe area. The court is used by the entire community including the neighboring apartment complexes and nursing home.VIEW UNVEIL GALLERY
Groveland Recreation Center
2021 St. Clair Ave., St. Paul, MN
Groveland Recreation Center is part of Groveland Park Elementary School. The outdoor basketball court is used at recess by students, kids in after school programs, and the greater Macalester-Groveland community for practicing and pick-up games.VIEW UNVEIL GALLERY
801 15th St. W, Hastings, MN
These courts are located in one of the more accessible parks to the public. It's centrally located within the city and is one of the most utilized community parks which includes basketball courts, baseball & softball field, sand volleyball courts, playground equipment, picnic shelter, skating rink, and a warming house.VIEW UNVEIL GALLERY
2450 15th St. N, St. Cloud, MN
This court was originally constructed in 1982 and the pavement is beyond repair deeming it unsafe for use. The court is located immediately adjacent to North Junior High School and is located in a multi-family housing neighborhood, home to many St. Cloud youth of diverse backgrounds and income levels.VIEW UNVEIL GALLERY
The Minnesota Timberwolves & U.S. Bank will work with Sport Court to execute these court refurbishments.
Champions have been built on Sport Court game courts since 1974. Sport Court pioneered the concept of the backyard game court, and has continued to lead the world in modular sports flooring. We've changed the lives of thousands of families, teams and athletes and have set quite a few landmarks along the way.