NBA Allstar Floor - Horner



MFMA (Maple Flooring Manufacturers Association)

Founded in 1897, the MFMA is the only authoritative source of technical information about hard maple flooring. The association publishes grade standards, guide specifications, floor care recommendations and specifications for athletic flooring sealers and finishes available from MFMA headquarters.

Basketball Hall of Fame

Basketball Hall of Fame

The game of basketball was created in 1891 in Springfield, Massachusetts. Since then it has grown exponentially. Today it spans the globe and has become an iconic international sport. The Basketball Hall of Fame is the most innovative, exciting and interactive sports museum in the world. The "Hall" represents countless people who've played, coached, officiated or been involved with the sport in some capacity.


NBA Global Games and NBA Summer League

Horner Flooring partners with the NBA to connect with fans around the globe. The NBA Global Games have featured many NBA teams playing both exhibition and regular season games on multiple continents. The NBA Summer League is a mid summer two week event following the annual league draft. Most NBA teams and other worldwide leagues send their rookies and free agents to Las Vegas for a closer look in game situations with hopes of determining who might have a chance to earn a roster spot on an NBA or other international league team for the next season. Most Global Games and all Summer League games are played on Horner Pro King™ surfaces.


USA Basketball

Horner provides the flooring systems for USA Basketball Men's and Women's Senior National Teams that represent America in global competition. USA teams have been nonpareil in international basketball history.



FIBA, the world governing body for basketball, is an independent association formed by 213 National federations of basketball throughout the world. FIBA is recognized as the sole competent authority in basketball by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). FIBA is a non-profit making organization and, in principle, does not pursue any objective of economic character for its own gains. The headquarters of FIBA are established in Geneva, Switzerland.



DIN is a German standard developed to test many items including floor surfaces, for ball rebound, shock absorption, vertical deflection, area deflection, rolling load and friction. DIN is analogous to U.S. standards like ASTM and UL. Products can be tested against DIN standards by one of two bodies: The Otto Graph Institute in Germany, or the USSL in the United States. Standards for hardwood floors were introduced in 1991.


U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)

The U.S. Green Building Council is a 501(c)3 non-profit community of leaders working to make green buildings available to everyone within a generation.

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AIA Continuing Education System. A required learning system that provides guidelines for members on how to remain competitive in the industry. It also contributes suggestions on ways to serve clients more effectively.



The American Sports Builders Association (ASBA) is a resource not only for the professionals who design, build and supply materials for top-flight sports facilities, but for the owners, operators, players and others who enjoy them.

Multiple Power Conferences and Teams

At ALL levels throughout the USA and the world.