(KTXL) — The City of Stockton has its own take on lighting the beam.

Stockton City Hall was lit up in purple Wednesday night to celebrate the Stockton Kings clinching a G-League playoff berth, according to the city’s Facebook page.

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“This is how we #lightthebeam at City Hall, Let’s go Stockton Kings!!!! #Playoffs,” Stockton Mayor Kevin Lincoln said in a Facebook post on Tuesday.  

For as long as the Kings are the playoffs, city hall, the water fountains at Weber Point and the Stockton Arena, the team’s home venue, will be illuminated in purple lights every night, city officials told FOX40.

The Stockton Arena (left) and Stockton City Hall will light up every night during the Stockton Kings playoff run. Photos courtesy of the City of Stockton.

The Stockton Kings are the G-League affiliate of the Sacramento Kings and it’ll be the former’s second playoff appearance during the team’s tenure in Stockton. 

The G-League affiliate team moved from Reno and began playing in Stockton under the Kings nickname during the 2018-19 season. The team was known as the Reno Bighorns from 2008 to 2018. 

The G-League team clinched a first round bye in the playoffs after a 120-90 victory over the NBA G League Ignite in Stockton on Sunday, March 19. 

The Kings defeated the Mexico City Capitanes 117-115 in Stockton on Wednesday. Stockton will host the Mexico City squad in its regular season finale at the Golden 1 Center at 11 a.m. on Friday. 

Tickets for Friday’s game can be purchased online. 

As of Thursday, the Kings atop the Western Conference in the G-League with a 24-7 record. The top six teams in the Eastern and Western conferences qualify for the playoffs. The teams that finish in the top two in each conference earn a a first-round bye.