The three-point line on the Denver Nuggets’ new court was painted too far back, but was redrawn in time for Friday’s game against the Dallas Mavericks.

Mavericks forward Grant Williams noticed his shot didn’t feel good during shootaround and realized the three-point line was too long. When he went back to warm up before the game, the shooting line had been redrawn to the correct distance.

Denver’s 3-point line was drawn too far back and redrawn in time before the game

The NBA said the unified court design plan for the inaugural in-season tournament is the first time the league has implemented alternate courts for all 30 teams, and the first time an NBA team has played on an all-painted, timber-free court – Pellet Detail.

Denver’s venue features a “5280” sign in the center, which is the elevation of the Mile High City.

The Nuggets and Mavericks were grouped with the Los Angeles Clippers, New Orleans, Dallas and Houston. The top six teams in the group and the two wildcard teams (the second-best team in the group) advance to the quarterfinals.

The quarterfinals will be held on December 4 and 5 at the higher seeds; the semifinals will be held on December 7 in Las Vegas, and the championship game will be held on December 9 in Las Vegas, where teams will compete for the NBA Cup.

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