I'd like to install a basketball court in the backyard for the kids (and me). The problem is that I don't really want an ugly concrete slab sitting back there. The court would be located behind my garage adjacent to the house. The primary function for now would be for basketball, but I'll be using it occasionally to park a utility trailer. Would it be feasible to use driveway pavers instead of concrete? I live in Minnesota so freeze/thaw is an issue. My biggest concern is that the pavers won't provide a flat enough surface for basketball. I'd also consider adding a sport court on top later which would make for a much nicer playing surface. I prepped the area last fall with 6-8 inches of 3/4" angular base material. I essentially have 3 options: 1. Pour a 4" slab to the exact dimensions that I want. The downside is that it doesn't look very nice and I'd probably never use it for anything else. 2. Lay driveway pavers. They look nicer, but the surface won't be ideal for basketball. It could also double as a patio down the road. 3. Pour the slab with the possibility of adding a workshop onto the garage later. I'm sure this would be the most expensive option. I'm leaning toward #2 or #3. I'd being doing #2 myself and hire out the others. Any thoughts?