Basketball Hall of Famer Nancy Lieberman and Nancy Lieberman Charities along with The Adleta Corporation announced the donation of the 100th Nancy Lieberman Charities DreamCourtÔ at an intimate groundbreaking ceremony at Scottish Rite for Children Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center in Frisco, Texas. Marking the 100th anniversary of both Scottish Rite for Children and The Adleta Corporation, this monumental occasion also marks the 100th DreamCourtÔ Nancy Lieberman Charities has installed across the United States. Sponsored by the Adleta family and The Adleta Corporation, the new Scottish Rite for Children DreamCourtÔ is the company’s second court collaboration with Nancy Lieberman Charities.
“Anytime a hospital, company and a charity have the designation of doing something well for100 years, 100 times — it’s significant,” says Basketball Hall of Famer Nancy Lieberman. “I am so proud to have our 100th DreamCourtÔ on behalf of The Adleta Corporation and Scottish Rite for Children for both their centennial years of excellence. I know this DreamCourtÔ will serve both the community and Scottish Rite well.”
The DreamCourt™ is high school regulation size, which is 50-by-84 feet, with two new basketball goals. It features a high-performance Sport Court® PowerGame™ surface in gray and blue. The DreamCourt™ logo will be featured as the court’s centerpiece, and the Adleta Corporation and Scottish Rite for Children logos will be highlighted on one half of the court. Due to COVID-19 delays, this project will be completed and officially opened for play in spring of 2022.