Littlejohn court gets paint job

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The new Littlejohn Coliseum should be completed this fall

Littlejohn Coliseum is beginning to look a little more like home.

Clemson's basketball facility is in the midst of a $63.5 million dollar upgrade, and the hopes are that the basketball teams will be able to move into the finished product this fall. On Saturday, the lines on the court were being painted.

The renovations started in May of 2015 and Athletic Dan Director Radakovich said fans will notice a different look.

“I think walking into Littlejohn that it is going to look different. There’s going to be a lot more technology,” Radakovich said. “A lot more video boards. We will have the largest center-hung curved video board in the country in a basketball arena.

“There is going to be a lot more technology. You will be able to use your phone, WiFi will be greatly increased. It’s going to look better, feel better, it’s going to be tight - nine thousand seats that are there are really going to create a great atmosphere for our men’s and women’s program. There will be 400 club seats and the students, by the way, will be seated much like you see at North Carolina State, Duke, Georgia Tech, LSU, they are all right there on the floor. 250 of them. Then we will have the students in the other section as well.”

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