Almost everything about the Cleveland Cavaliers will be different this upcoming season.
The roster received a big boost when the team signed LeBron James and traded for Kevin Love. The team's home, Quicken Loans Arena, got a new court. Then, the Cavaliers unveiled a bold-looking alternate jersey.
Now, the team has announced that fans in attendance at Quicken Loans Arena will be able to see all of that and more on a giant new scoreboard.
According to the Cavaliers' press release, the scoreboard will be the biggest in the NBA. In addition, two 29.92-foot-high and 33.07-foot-wide baseline screens have been installed, while two sideline video boards measuring 31.50 feet high and 56.69 feet wide complete the revamped display.
Any fan who sits up in the nosebleeds will now be able to take in all the action easily.
Oh, there will also be flaming sabers attached to the scoreboard.
Fans will be treated to these new perks on Thursday night when the Cavaliers host the New York Knicks.