The top floor of the Supreme Court is famously home to a gym and basketball court known as the "Highest Court in the Land," Stanley Kay of Sports Illustrated writes.. The big picture: The Supreme Court's court is a haven where political differences no longer matter, creating a hallowed space where hundreds of clerks, aides and even justices tabled the issues of the day to dish out assists, set ...
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The Highest Court in the Land. A converted storage room on the top floor of the Supreme Court building has become a place for justices and their clerks to get a run in—and a source of a great ...
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The U.S. Supreme Court has always been known as the “Highest Court of the Land,” but there’s one more court that sits even above the Supreme Court, literally—a basketball court.. Aptly ...
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Located on the top floor of the Supreme Court Building is a basketball court dubbed the ‘Highest Court in the Land’. The gym is 3 floors above the 2nd floor courtroom inside the iconic marble courthouse built in 1935. Not open to the public, the court has become stuff of legend with physical games amongst the clerks over the years.
My good friend, Jesse Knight, and I with his students shooting hoops in the highest court in the land... the basketball court inside the US Supreme Court.
Supreme Courts has 4 full high-school size basketball courts for tournament and league play. During the week, Supreme Courts is a training/practice facility that has 24 basketball hoops available for rent. Our flooring is used in 90% of NBA floors, and top Universities around the globe.
Haywood v. National Basketball Association, 401 U.S. 1204 (1971), was a U.S. Supreme Court decision that ruled, 9–0, against the National Basketball Association’s (NBA) old requirement that a player may not be drafted by an NBA team unless he waited four years (which meant playing at the college level in most cases) following his graduation from high school.